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Good question....where are the leaks located right now? Valve gasket leaks do not in any way mean a damaged radiator.
That cose is for a faulty speed sensor. Need to take to trans. shop for inspection for the leak. Transmission could be not shifting due to lack of fluid or the faulty speed sensor or both.
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I would try adding more coolant. Quite likely there is a lot of air in the system that will need to 'bleed out'. If this condition was not present before you changed the hose, then air in the system is the likely cause now. You can go to an autoparts store to get a free read on the check engine light to confirm.
Possible blend door actuator is not functioning. Need to check to see if blend door is switching over to the heater core side.
All dealers rip you off. Their parts and labor are way overpriced. Next time take to a trusted shop and a trusted mechanic. Not a dealership.
Sounds like the head gasket has gone bad and the coolant is leaking into the oil. Need to have a shop inspect.
Try putting a gallon of gas in it anyway. It is possible the fuel sending unit "float" is broken and giving a false reading. It may actually be out of gas. Turn key 3 times for 5 seconds each, but do not start, to try repriming fuel line and then see if it starts.
The ac evaporator core water condensation drain is plugged. The drain is at the base of engine firewall passenger side. Get under the vehicle to inspect. It will be a tube about 1/2 inch diameter.