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think its fuse #5 should be a 7.5 amp fuse.
40 Nm + 180° (1/2) additional turn in a staggered pattern.
usually just tightening the nut will fix the problem. if the problem has been neglected for too long the hole in the wiper arm can become elongated and unuseable or the knurls on the drive can wear off. remove the arm, clean the area and reassemble using loc-tite thread locking compound, and clean the snow or ice before using the wipers.
cats are covered for 8 years 80,000 miles. if you were within this window the repair could have been free. nothing beats a factory part for trouble free performance.
test for battery voltage between the two outer wires on the distributor 3 pin plug with the key on and check there are no breaks in the middle wire to the eng module (pin 44?). if thats ok you need a distributor or (very unlikely) an eng module. lining up the oil pump drive and timing window is mandatory and may be a little hard. there is no "timing" ajustment like old cars. this is just a sensor window.
this fault stores if the battery was disconnected or went dead. usually the fault is sporatic, does'nt set a light and is harmless. if it returns after being reset you need to check the power supply to the module.
p2181 is for cooling system performance. this usually indicates a bad thermostat or something that prevents the temp from hitting a predetermined temp within a predetermined time. the p0864 fault is for trans communication circuit range/performance.
the sensor is located behind the engine just to the passenger side in a coolant pipe. there is a plastic clip that holds the sensor in its hole. if you release the pressure in a cool coolant system by opening the cap you will be able to replace the sensor and only loose a few ounces of coolant. replace the rubber o-ring and have a spare clip just in case.
turn the a/c on, does the fan come on then? this would rule out the radiator switch if it comes on. with a/c on and running check for power and ground at the fan wiring (brown is ground).