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You've answered your own question. I think the A/C housing drain is plugged or disconnected. You should be able to find a little rubber hose coming from the A/C housing, going through the firewall on the passenger's side, and emerging low in the engine compartment which should be able to drain onto the ground.
No idea, there's not enough information in your question for me to give a thoughtful answer. Open the hood, try to hear where the noise is coming from. Use adequate care, don't get your tie, hair, jewelry, clothing or anything else near moving parts. If you can't tell what it is, find a GM specialist. If you want to find a GM specialist, here's our directory link for you: https://repairpal.com/directory?address=90723&car_brand_names=GMC
Get it checked by a Lexus specialist. Something is wrong with the ABS, and if the light is on, the ABS is inoperative and therefore a safety issue. The ABS light indicates that the computer has detected a malfunction in the ABS system and has diagnostic codes and data stored which would be essential in diagnosing the problem. A technician with a scanner can access the diagnostic codes and data and then be able to give you a diagnosis. If you want to find a Lexus specialist, here's our directory link for you: https://repairpal.com/directory?address=53202&car_brand_names=Lexus
I think you have a tire failing. Get it checked out ASAP, if a tire comes apart you could lose control and crash, so get it checked. take it to a GM specialist or a tire shop for diagnosis. If you want to find a GM specialist, here's our directory link for you: https://repairpal.com/directory?address=28311&car_brand_names=Chevrolet
Get under the dash and work the controls while watching what the control cables are doing. You should be able to see what's wrong if it's a blend door stuck or a cable come loose.
You probably have problems in your torque converter clutch (TCC). Take it to a transmission shop or a Suzuki or import specialist for diagnosis. If you want to find a Suzuki specialist, here's our directory link for you: https://repairpal.com/directory?address=04474&car_brand_names=Suzuki
You mean brake rotors? They all rust unless you can get stainless steel. I wouldn't want to pay for stainless, myself. You could clean the rust and paint the areas not in the brake pad path on the rotors, if you want to.
I'd have to see it myself to be sure, but I'd think that there are many small screws retaining the trim pieces. Look for hidden fasteners, like from underneath. There could be spring clips involved so don't force anything, like I say, I'd have to see it.
It's possible that there's a malfunction in the idle air control (IAC) system, or it and the throttle body are fouled with carbon. You may be able to clean the IAC and the throttle body if you have the skills and inclination. Otherwise, find a Dodge specialist, if I'm right it's not too expensive a repair. If it's something else, the Dodge guy should be able to diagnose it. If you want to find a specialist, here's our directory link for you: https://repairpal.com/directory?address=95648&car_brand_names=Dodge
Go to a Kia specialist and get it diagnosed. The system is too complex for me to guess what's wrong without diagnosing it myself. If you want to find a Kia specialist, here's our directory link for you: https://repairpal.com/directory?address=76901&car_brand_names=Kia