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Did you check your fuses? If not Door lock problem sounds like actuator inside that door- or is it all?
Sounds like problem with brake booster. Maybe first replace check valve on it and look for any vacuum leaks to it.
Go to your local autozone for free check engine light read and advise to codes. They'll give you good idea on the spot as well. Request receipt for each code and will give you all possibilities. Receipts show most common to least. Sometimes will be very specific, other times several solutions.
I'd have other inspected first. It's a good idea to replace both but not necessary if no problem with other side.
As per the 2007 factory Service Manual P0129-Barometric pressure out-of-range low also know as the MAP sensor, the PCM has found a fault with the output voltage from the MAP sensor, being to low, possible causes high resistance on the 5v supply, high resistance in the MAP sensor circuit, or the sensor it self. I think located on top rear of intake manifold ?
Maybe problem with your o2 sensor bank 2 sensor 1. That's drivers side sensor near manifold.
May have small leak in evap hoses between tank and purge valve. Kind of difficult to find on your own but try and follow line between. If not, may want to seek service whereas they can pump a smoke through line to try and locate if leak exists. Could have blockage too in evap canister.
May possibly be fuel injector #3
Rotate the tires and see if noise moves to rear. If so you know you need new tires unless rear have worn unevenly.
Your local autozone has a serpentine belt tool loner program. Leave deposit of like $30 bucks and get all back once returned. This should get you taken care of.