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It is the crank posizion sensor code.
There is a vacuum leak somewhere. Broken vacuum line possible.
that should be under warantyby federal law.
Freez plug maybe rusted out.
Most likelly the rear main seal give up the fight.Transmission has to be removed to replace seal.
Check the rear control arm bushings. replece them to poliurethan bushings they last forever.
There is a drain hose on the A/C housing that needs to be cleaned. It is clogged ant the water can not drain down and leakes inside of car.
To replace the coil spring on the front takes an hour or less. The price of parts will depend on that the part is new or used.I dont think that the price of coil spring cost will be horror.
might have a coolant leak and low coolant level . You have to take to your shop to check the source of leak but first fill it up with coolant first.
If you had an overheated engine that could cause a high pressure in the cooling system that could blow up the heater core. but the damage should be present at right after the engine was installed.