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there are drains on both sides of the console. the floor mats and console side covers need to be removed (2 screws) . the red/orange rubber thingies are the evap drains.
usually a headlight switch. best to get diagnosed while happening.
you need an adapter that you can get at www.ross-tech.com
if you dont have a trans dipstick you must have the newer style trans pan. the fluid is filled from the large plug on the pan with the car "WARM NOT HOT!!!" a tester is most accurate, spec is 35c. dont use generic ATF its special stuff! go to the dealer. pretty sure your service interval is every 45,000 miles.
usually the "second gear brake band" causes something like this. it can be adjusted to a point unless the band is shot. there is a 17mm lock nut over an allen bolt on the side of the trans (there is a proceedure). this problem is usually worst cold, it that your case?
a brake fluid flush sould be done every 2 years (see service book in your glove box). the normal charge is about 3/4 hour and cost of a liter or so of fluid. for that price i hope you had more done than a flush.
buy factory tierod ends! some of the aftermarkets fail quickly. do it right! do it once!
are all the tires the same size, brand and rating? also check for looseness in the wheel bearing which can cause too large a gap between sensor and ring, rust or dirt on the sensor tip (magnet), and is your steering wheel off to 1 side when driving straight? a "steering angle sensor" can be confused. you may need computer diagnosis if the simple stuff above is not the answer.
there have been issues with the circuit boards on taillights for your type car, just replace it (easy to do) and clean the connector end. the misfire may be due to an oil leak but be aware there is an ignition coil recall coming for your car so "boots" which are part of the coils may be FREE. go to the dealer.
this type of car is known for some ignition coil issues. your car will be covered by a recall for them any day now. they are soooo fragile that spark plug replacement sometimes damages them (no fault of mechanic). get the cat checked too! make sure it passes a "readiness" test