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For professional help, please contact us. We specialize in diagnostics and then perform excellent repairs. We can service your a/c system for the Jeep.
Typically with a fuel pump replacement, we also recommend to replace your fuel filter. So that job with parts, labor and tax comes to about $585.
Any coolant leak (whether common or not) is likely to cause additional more costly repairs if not quickly addressed. Loss of coolant can cause the engine to overheat and sustain permanent damage. If you are doubting that it's leaking, then I would recommend cooling system pressure diagnostic test to confirm the source of coolant leaking.
You need to have your wheel bearing checked. Also make sure the wheel balance is correct, which should have been done with any tire installation.
This one code means that your engine cylinder#5 has a misfire. There are multiple causes for this and it's recommend to schedule an appointment for diagnostics asap. Misfires can cause damage to the catalytic converter and add a great expense to your repairs if neglected.
You can get a lock cylinder/handle with the key from Honda and replace it. You don't have to replace the whole glove box.
You would be the best judge if it's something you would like to repair on your own or not. It may be very awkward to replace p/s lines if the are under the vehicle. I would recommend a professional inspection at least. P/S fluid loss like that could quickly damaged the pump.
You may check that the alternator is installed properly and that nothing was left disconnected during the repair. Sometimes when alternator go bad, that battery may also require replacement. If the battery is bad, you could have multiple complications.
The A/C lines should be clean and dry. Freon is a gas and you may not be able to tell where it leaks out. If the system does not hold the proper level of Freon then it will blow warm. Also there may be a problem on one or more other components in the A/C system causing it to only blow warm air. I would recommend professional diagnostics to determine why it only blows warm air. There are many A/C components and guessing could become very expensive.
If you didn't have this problem before you got new brakes, then you should check with the installer to make sure that everything is properly assembled. If you did have this problem before you got new brakes, then it would be a good idea to check control arm bushings and the suspension. A jerk could be caused by an engine performance issue, but since you mentioned a clank as well I would assume it's more physical in nature.