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Can't be aligned without fixing the problems. With parts bent the wheel can't be held straight. The wheel has to have the supporting members in proper position to hold the wheel in proper position. Replace the parts and have it aligned.
Have the Body Control Module diagnosis done, find possible trouble code. Have a repair facility do this to ensure no other problems are caused by tampering with system, or $$$$
The EGS is part of the monitor system of the transmission. Probably notices a malfunction in the trans and going into a Fail-Safe mode to prevent damage to tranny. Have it tested at a repair facility before it cost you more with continued driving.
On the left front of engine compartment, close to LH headlight, radiator area. (according to Mitchell)
This is a lean code, bank 1 & 2. This means you have more air than fuel in your mixture. Need to run live data on engine performance. Possible cause are, vacuum/or air intake leak, fuel filter and/or fuel pump, o2 sensors, mass air flow. Have it tested to insure proper fix.
Check your tail light bulb circuit boards, They give a lot of problems, with twist in bulbs (1157-1156) they burn out and short. Just a thought.
Pulley bolts are 18 ft lbs. Pump bolts are also 18 ft lbs.
IF you can expose the wiper motor, transmission, and linkage, check the passenger side trans and/or linkage to see why it's binding. Should be easy fix once you look at it.
That is usually a sign of the Idle Air Control Valve. If you have a throttle by wire control try to clean the throttle plates. Start your car, turn on the a/c, check your rpm to see if it stays normal or drops. A good tell-tell diagnosis.
That depends on what is wrong. Airbags themselves are very expensive, usually start aprox $400.00 on up. Get it diagnosed to see what the problem is.