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Take to an autozone and get a free check engine code read and post the result on here to further assist you.
Parasitic drain agree with #1. While parked in garage, turn off all light or do at night, look around the vehicle for a light somewhere on that shouldn't be. One usual suspect is the under the hood light. Otherwise, take to a mechanic.
No, the line is too thin. The wider pipe is the low-side which, is where you use the AC recharge kit.
Need to check the brake pedal switch to see if functioning properly. Of course located on the upper brake pedal. May need replaced or adjusted.
Need to locate area of leak. Could be anything the radiator coolant flows through including the radiator. Have to locate source or take to shop for them to find it.
No it is not, something is causing excessive force on the bearings. Have front suspension checked probably struts/shocks. Lock probably just sticking and needs to be greased otherwise, the plastic clip to the release bar has separated and needs replaced.
Get the check engine code read and post the result on here to further assist.
Have exhaust flow checked and look for a possible vacuum leak issue. To try to find vacuum leak DIY : With vehicle running, spray carb. cleaner on the vacuum intake lines. If the engine starts surging, you have found the leak and replace the lines.
Check spark plugs for oil on them. May have failing valve gaskets that are seeping oil into plug housings.
Motor may be starting to fail of glass is off track. Try to assist pushing back up with power button on. If it goes up, motor is failing. If goes up crooked, may have track issue.