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Yes they would. Start with this: http://forums.trailvoy.com/showthread.php?t=51619 Then this: http://www.obd-codes.com/p0410 These two issues can cause all of the codes. Good luck!
I don't usually recommend this but, you can get compression fittings and cut a new line in at the break. You may have to look around to find the right fitting for the fuel filter end though. Perhaps at the dealership.
Agree w/#1......there is a way to do it but it involves cutting a slot in the dust shield....grinding part of the stud head down and still having to tap and pound it in with a chance of roughing the threads. Best to stay with ANS#1
Drive cycles vary from vehicle to vehicle. Just go about your usual business and if the issue has been repaired....the check engine light will disappear soon.
I am guessing from what I see....the shift cable broke. Until you replace it, You can't get out of gear. Good luck!
Start with the switch in the dash and see if power is present there, coming in and going out.
Possible the battery blew a cell out. If that's the case only fix is to replace the battery. Only way to know is to have the battery tested.
There is a type of mold or bacteria that can start growing by the condenser. May need to clean it all out with some slightyly diluted bleach.....bleach kills basically anything. There is a cleaner you can get at a dealer as well but I don't know what it is called.
Sounds like the coolant temperature sensor could be failing and needs replaced.
Trouble light. Go to an Autozone and get a free code read and post the results on here to further assist you.