Hey Levi! Between 2005 and 2007, The Caravan and the Town Country are pretty much the same car. And from what I remember, both engine, the 3.3 L and 3.8 L use the exact same starter. So which ever it is, you shouldn’t have any problems! GL!
iPods are really really thin and they can be easily broken with a hard hit. A simple contact could have come loose or maybe a bad connection happened and broke critical parts on the logic board. Unfortunately as you have already tried replacing cameras, you've probably re-install the new parts correctly which means that it might be an issue without a possible repair. Saw this a couple of time when the iPod Touch received a pretty hard it. Some iPods I replaced screen had non-working cameras after, as I care a lot about the way I repair the device, I know for sure that the damage happened as the screen shattered.
My girlfriend had a similar problem on her 5c, until the screen went dark completly and it never turned back on ever again. I thought the phone was pretty much dead, but to my surprise I actually only swapped the LCD with another known working LCD and the issue was resolved. It's been a good 6 month since then and the iPhone is still in pretty good condition. I'd give that a try if you can get your hands on a cheap LCD, it's worth the try. -Good luck
First step would be to update iTunes to the lastest version on the current used computer. Second, install the lastest version of iTunes on the new computer. If you are running under a Windows environment, in the Music folder, there's an iTunes folder, just copy it and paste it in the Music folder on the new computer. The same should work on Mac. Good luck
By experience, it's either a bad contact on the installation, but because you can actually charge it I would tell you you've received a defective unit. Keep in mind you might as well have an other issue linked to the iPod. But I doubt it ! Good luck !
First thing first, I would go ahead and check if updates are available for your iOS version. Second, I would perform a full restore of the tablet to make sure the software hasn't crash or anything. If none of these solutions seem to be working, you are most likely dealing with a hardware problem and opening te iPad will probably part of the deal. Good luck!
First thing to perform would be a full restore and/or update on your iPad and then see how things work. If nothing seems to be working even though your perform both an update and a restore, you might have damaged the wifi antenna when you removed the digitizer which is a frequent problem when opening iPads. The wifi antenna is located at the bottom very close to the bezel. Depending on which way you slided your tools to remove the adhesive you might have hit something. Good luck!
You don't need a new jack or any kind of special tools. Get some hyper glue and some ears cure tip, take some scissors and cut the curetip in two pieces. Take one of the pieces and put some hyperglue at the top of the fresh cutted part and insert it into the headphone jack. Hold it like this until the glue is completly dry. Then just pull it out, the broken parts will come out glued to your stick. Be careful not to put too much glue, otherwise you'll fill the jack and it won't work anymore. Also, don't insert any kinds of metal tools inside the jack, ex; screwdrivers, tweezers. Good luck! I've done it several times on iPods and it always worked like a charm!
Sounds like VoiceOver is activated, you can deactivate this feature simply by slightly pressing 3 times on the home button fast. Then the stupid squares and voice will stop and it might help you proceed. Depending on what version of iOS you are running, if an update is available through iTunes, go ahead and do it, there was a bug with some phones with the iOS 9 that prevented some phones and some iPads from booting correctly. Start by removing the VoiceOver functionnality, you should be fine afterward. Regards.