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The 507 is usually a bad IAC motor and the other codes are usually a bad torque converter clutch solenoid in the transmission. None of these are responsible for the ABS or brake light. You would need to get the vehicle specific codes from the ABS to see whats going on with those. A generic scan tool wont pull those codes.
Either way these particular codes have nothing to do with the coffee. Out of curiousity did you clear the codes after replacing the switch? If not try that and see if the ABS and brake lights go away.
If the switch you replaced was responsible for the brake lights clearing the codes should solve those. Try unhooking the battery cables for ten or fifteen minutes (step on the brake pedal a few times with the battery unhooked to help drain any residual power in the modules) and yes you could have a bad converter. Do you have a meter to do some testing?
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1. Disconnect the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) clear connector and turn the key on.2. Connect an ammeter from pin 46, a Tan/Black wire, to ground.3. The Torque Converter Clutch (TCC) Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) solenoid should click and amp draw should be close to 1 amp.4. Disconnect the transmission connector, C100, the 20 pin connector near the thermostat housing.5. Ohm test the TCC PWM solenoid on the transmission side of the connector, pins U and T, it should have 10-15 ohms.6. If the tests fail, remove the side cover from the transmission and check the wiring to the solenoid. If OK, replace the TCC PWM solenoid.
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