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This vehicle has a fly by wire throttle system. It will need to be relearned - most likely. Unless you're experienced I would have a shop do it because it is slightly involved.
Try having the motor mounts checked
This may help. Most of the time the convertor will end up needing replacement. After replacement make sure you test to see if something caused it to go bad. Running rich, coolant leak into exhaust, burning oil. Unfortunately convertors are common on these Toyotas
Key o engine off 55-62 psi.
Sounds like it might be a cold vacuum leak. May need to get the engine smoke tested to confirm where.
Fuel pump is in the fuel tank
Sounds like the key and tumbler went bad (the tumbler is the thing the key goes into). It takes special tools to replace it because the air bag assembly and the steering wheel needs to come out to get to it.
Front of the engine. There is a plastic "thing" with 5 hoses attached to it. You will see a part of it that is bolted to the rest. It's in there. Sorry can't put pictures up.
You will need a shop with the proper scanner to get into the transmission side of the system. P0700 is just telling someone with a basic code reader that there is a code/problem with the transmission.
I'm assuming ( i hate to assume) that this is all from the drivers door. Open a different door and see if the light will come on. If it does the problem is most likely inside the drivers door. It will need to come apart and diagnosed. Sorry, no silver bullet fixes.