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You may have a few different reasons. The cylinder heads on early production N52's have ticking issues. It could need a set of lifters. It could need a rocker arm replacement. Multiple issues cause this. We'd need to listen to it and go step by step to cure the noise.
We need to know if it is a 3.0 or 4.4. Two different tanks!
We'd be more than happy to diagnose that for you, but this is something you're not going to get answered over a forum like this.
At 10,000 miles- "technically" nothing. But we change the oil every 6 months or 7500 miles. Every other would be a good idea for the air conditioning microfilter as well. These cars are condition based, meaning they have various schedules for each service. We would be more than happy to look at your car to tell you what you'll need.
We'd have to see where it's leaking at before an accurate diagnosis could be determined.
Why would you replace the brake booster for a stalling issue?
Sounds like whoever did your windshield messed with your hood switch during the job?
This car doesn't have a interior trunk release. Its too old for that technology.
This can be a difficult question to answer without seeing the car directly. Numerous things can cause this fault. We would have to diagnose it to be able to give you a correct answer. Would you like to bring it by? We are in Spring, so its a little drive for you.
This is the DMTL pump running for emmissions. No cause for concern