Windshield, tires, dome light.
Have you actually tested anything or done any troubleshooting? Throwing parts at it is the least effective and most expensive way to fix a car.
All the parts you listed will cause different symptoms, which you didn't specify. Does the engine crank and not run? Is there just one loud clunk and the engine doesn't crank? A plugged fuel filter will cause a running engine to stall when the largest volume of fuel is flowing through it, which is during coasting. Spark plugs and wires will cause misfires, not a no-start condition. There's dozens of gaskets in the engine. None will cause a no-start on a Chrysler domestic product. A leak in the intake system can cause a no-start on vehicles that use a MAF sensor. Chryslers don't need that sensor to run well.
There's a bunch of sensors on the engine, but I have no idea what you mean by "injector sensor".
If the engine cranks, you need to check for spark AND fuel. Don't stop looking if you find the first one missing. If both are missing, suspect a defective crankshaft position sensor, or more commonly, the camshaft position sensor. You could have fuel pressure, but not spray from the injectors. The pump will run for two seconds when you turn on the ignition switch, but not again until the engine is rotating. That's where the pressure comes from, but the injector pulses are what's needed. This system is real easy to troubleshoot, but you have to understand how it works. Have you checked for diagnostic fault codes?
Thursday, August 20th, 2009 AT 1:40 AM