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Take your car to a reputable repair facility and have a professional diagnosis done. Once that has been done, a proper explanation of the problems- and proper repairs- will prove beneficial.
The labor rate will depend on what shop does the work for you. Repair facilities charge different rates for hourly labor. Call around some local shops in your area and check their hourly labor rates. Use the estimator feature on this site to get a better idea of what this job might cost.
The 'P' in the code signifies a powertrain trouble code. Take your vehicle to a reputable repair facility and have a professional technician diagnose the problem. And stay away from auto parts stores on the beach.
PCM - Powertrain Control Module. This does not control the a/c.
Well, first off, the battery is only available from Ford. Current prices, depending on the hybrid battery used on that model can go upwards of $2500-4000. Shop wisely.
If you have the ability to remove the transfer case from the driveline, disassemble it to get the chain out, then you should have the ability to repair/rebuild the t-case and put it back in. Good luck!
Take you car to your local Honda dealer to get the recall taken care of.
You'll need to address these issues one at a time. The Transmission is in need of a specialist to determine whats wrong with the overdrive. By running the car without the overdrive on & functioning, its costing you miles per gallon as the engine is working harder at a higher rpm. As far as your 'not running right' issue, a proper diagnostic check by a qualified technician might serve you well.
More than likely, something is blocking the ducting behind the dash or in the cowl.
Use the 'Estimator' feature on this site to direct you to pricing on these services. It will not be exact pricing, but close. You may have to use it for more than one service, if they are not done as one repair.