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Maybe neutral safety switch?
Your front brake rotors have your bearings inside them. Each wheel has one inner, one outer and wheel seal that holds inner bearing in place. You have to take brake calipers off first then rotor should come off to replace bearings. Pack with good high temp grease.
Another name for this should be a purge valve solenoid. Try and find a small green cap on a plastic hose (that comes from fuel tank) in engine compartment, usually on drivers side, and it's usually located right near. Should be small little motor unit that has at least one hose going in and one out that goes to intake.
Noise has to be coming through heater core. Sounds like problem with it unless you have an air pocket somewhere and need to find out how to bleed it. I'd suggest getting a radiator cap with pressure release if one available for your model that may help.
speed sensor should be on side of transmission.
Sounds like your right front wheel hub assembly (bearing).
Bad cv axle won't cause any alignment problems. If you need an alignment it usually can be done with no parts needed or possibly if you have problems with your tie rod ends.
Sounds like leak probably coming from seal on side of transmission where cv axle goes in. If so should have axle taken out to replace seal. If is axle itself- you should see one or both boots torn. If so you may be able to get some axle grease and new boot (one called split boot nice cuz can install without taking axle off vehicle). You may not have to replace if caught early.
Should be located on side of transmission. You should be able to do yourself once you find. Autozone usually able to print you step by step repair information on many jobs.
First think I'd check is if radiator fan turning on when gets a little above half on guage. If not may be coolant temp sensor or one or both radiator fan relays. If that doesn't fix jump wires from fan motor directly to battery and see if fan motor out. If working fine replace thermostat. Also look around cylinder head area for any signs of coolant. If there are you may have bad head gasket.