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I would need to hear the noise, but these vehicles are known for brake issues. Calipers have issues, hoses, etc. Another possibility is a bushing or chassis component.
Very hard to say. If you have checked the primary connections, you will probably need to have it checked. I have seen issues with the fuse junction blocks. Need to scan all systems, compile codes, and trouble shoot from there. I can take a look if you would like. Feel free to give me a call
Does sound like an internal transmission problem. You will probably need to have it checked at a shop.
Possible shifted belt in the tire. I would need to look at the vehicle to know for sure. Feel free to give me a call
Seems a switch is stuck or wet. Probably need to scan it so that the problem switch can be identified. Assuming live data on the switches is available, a quick check should pinpoint the source.
You should probably have it looked at by a shop. Sounds like it is some type of induction noise from possibly from the turbo. Would not expect it to go away, but cars do strange things. Transmission pump is also a possibility, but I would expect some shifting concerns if there were that much pump noise. Give me a call if you would like to discuss further
Not much to go on. Possible air leak? Probably should have it checked out by a shop. Give me a call if I can help further
Those are not good scenarios. You likely have internal engine issues, and possibly a transmission issue as well. Not much else I can comment on without seeing the car. I will happily look at it for you if you want to have it towed.
You likely have a couple bad wires or a defective control module. Probably best to have it checked by a qualified shop. Feel free to call with any other questions
Fix the fuel leak, clear the codes and retest. The leak itself would not ruin anything, but it could cause random codes