So firstly just be clear in your mind what the redline represents that will help you avoid getting into the wrong spots. Generally a bad red line is from being too passive postflop, not having the initiative enough and calling on the flop and then giving up when you don't improve. Your wtsd is just a little low which tells
me you are giving up on hands on the turn and river a little too much.
The flop needs to become your defining moment in the hand, decide then what your plan is for the hand and don't call speculatively.
I also have problems with the red line and have a few strategies to combat the leaks.
Firstly cut right down on any calling with speculative hands when oop.
In fact I'm trying to cut down on all cold calling generally preflop. Its just so much harder to win the hand as a caller as opposed to being the opener.
I constantly find my self limping along in the semi blind with connectors when it only costs me 1bb to see a cheap flop. However when I reviewed these hands in leakbuster and they are big losers in the long run, I never win enough to compensate for all the little limps. If you do want to play these hands you have to be able to bluff with them.
Looking at your red line i can't see that many upward jumps so it doesn't look to me like you are bluffing
enough on the river generally (not unlike myself by the way)
The problem with playing connectors is you often catch enough of it to call on the flop but then have to give up later in the hand so it is nearly always a bigger loss than just the original 1bb when completing. I have cut my sb vpip right down and this is helping.
Your biggest leak at a glance looks like you are folding to a 3bet yourself 10-20% more than you should. Once your fold to 3bet stat starts to get too high (above 65-70 other regs will see it and 3bet you a lot more than usual. So make sure you have a comfortable well thought out 4 bet strategy. There is nothing like taking hands down pre with a 4 bet to help the red line.
I have to go out now but as we have similar problems at the same levels I'd be happy to hook up on skype and talk about it with you and perhaps sweat a session or so if you want to PM me your skype name.