Yes, there's seepage around the actuator...This is not uncommon or of particular concern. If the solenoid leakage values from the SD-3 parameters were in line, your actuator repair/replacement is certainly a non-issue. The seepage at the transaxle case, should you decide to indulge, is a simple, modestly inexpensive repair. Clutch life is dependent on many factors, but certainly not limited to driving style. Many premature clutch wear issues are simply due to "not doing the job right" the first time. If the 75% wear is credible, a clutch replacement is in the near future. Without knowing precisely what will be needed, I would be estimating at least $7K to play it on the safe side. Other than the the "throwaway" ball joints and seepy/weepy water/oil pumps, the cars are pretty much bullet proof. TPMS sensors? Save your money and buy a good tire pressure gauge. Most generic TPMS tools can communicate with the wheel transmitters and give you their status.
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