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Evaporator drain hose is either located underneath the vehicle or at the firewall. See if there is a rubber hose sticking out of firewall or undercarriage then check if it is clogged. Pour water on the outside of the vehicle to see if its coming inside the cabin. Also check cowl if its clogged with leaves from fall season.
First, make sure all lights and accessories are off. If it still drawing power, you might have a parasitic draw, anything above 50mv can drain a battery. Have it tested by a reputable mechanic/shop
check tire condition and balancing. also check steering and suspension for looseness or play
Use OEM for the best results. Motorcraft fortunately is available at the aftermarket stores like carquest etc...
Make sure the drainage for ac is not blocked. That could cause it to overflow into the interior.
either drilled out or grind off.
http://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/showthread.php?t=326873. here ya go!
Rebuilt or used trans? i would bring it back to the place where you got the work done. Should be covered under warranty of it rebuilt transmission.
Check battery, battery fuses, and charging system.
Are you talking about transmission oil cooler? im guessing because if it does not move then its transmission related.