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Could you please help me correct these difficult sentences? I'm having trouble figuring out which are grammatical and how to correct them?

- When he doesn't want to be found he isn't found.
- If you're suitcase is full and you can't close it, try sitting on it, bring the zippers close together and zip it closed.
- The elevator passes the first floor more than it passes the last floor as it has to go past 1st to get to any other floor.
- I stayed on the phone with her for the duration of the trip.
- The bus won't be going through any of the stops between A and C as there is a diversion due to renovations. Our next stop is D.
- Isn't that convenient; the fact that you live so far that you know I wont come to you.
- This car is getting old. We should get a new one before it breaks down.
- He made me angry by accusing of something I had nothing to do with.
- They watch as/while their car was being/getting washed
- I can see my face in your pupils. (looking someone in the eyes)
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- When he doesn't want to be found he isn't found. OK

- If you're your suitcase is full and you can't close it, try sitting on it, bringing the zippers close together and zipping it closed.

- The elevator passes the first floor more than it passes the last floor as it has to go past the 1st floor to get to any other floor.

- I stayed on the phone with her for the duration of the trip. ok

- The bus won't be going through any of the stops between A and C as there is a diversion (American English uses detour; this is British English) due to renovations. Our next stop is D.

- Isn't that convenient; the fact that you live so far away that you know I won't (wouldn't ) come to you. (It's OK, as you wrote it - just a bit awkward)

- This car is getting old. We should get a new one before it breaks down. ok

- He made me angry by accusing me of something I had nothing to do with.

- They watched as/while their car was being/getting washed. ( any variation is OK)

- I can see my face in your pupils. (looking someone in the eyes) ok, but the pupil is the small center opening in the iris. It would be strange to see a reflection there.
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Thank you very much,

I just had one question regarding THROUGH

The bus won't be going through any of the stops between

Is through the word to use? or PAST?

Thank you
Past is better.
alc24The bus won't be going past any of the stops between ...
The bus will not be making its regular stops between... (it will be going past these stops, but not stopping for passengers.)

The bus will not be following its normal route between... (It will be on a different path, perhaps stopping at temporary stops.)