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if its leaking that fast you may be able to find the leak with soapy water unless the evaporater in the car is leaking cause you cant see it.
if coolant got into the trans, your trans "will" go bad. there are test strips that can be used to check for this. be sure to flush the trans lines if contaminated and use the laundry product "SHOUT" to flush the oil from the coolant system.
swap the ballast left to right to see if the problem moves, but try swapping the bulbs fist. note: don't touch the bulb glass and "DON'T MESS WITH ANYTHING WHILE THE LIGHTS ARE ON!!!" very high voltage.
don't rely on your dash volt meter to be accurate. test the actual voltage with a real volt meter.
please check your first post for a response.
your car has a speed sensor, position sensor and a cam sensor. if one of these don't work it should leave a code in the eng module. the coil should be tested too, assuming the fuses are all good. does the fuel pump run when cranking? knowing this would help narrow the coises a bit.
get a rebuilt abs module from www.bba-reman.com their site even has some tips to follow. if the blower comes on when you hit bumps or make turns, replace the blower motor. if water got in your car the first problems would be with your door locks or transmission module. i have NEVER replaced a control head for blower problems.
the dealer will replace them for "free!!!" why are you paying for them? the only thing that will kill coils regularly would be pressure washing the engine allowing water to get in the spark plug holes.
brake fluid should be replaced every 2 years no matter what miles. this is important on brake control systems like yours. it should say that in your owners or service manual.
the nuts that hold the arms to the wiper linkage may be loose. with the wipers off, set the arms in park position and tighten the nuts. this usually happens when they are turned on while stuck like snow or ice.