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Grab yourself a case of beer, some good carb cleaner and make sure you have a wrecker handy. The plugs like to break off so stone cold motor, remove your coils and use compressed air to blow any debris out of the plug hole. Spray holes with carb cleaner and let sit for 20 to 30 minutes. Try lossening plugs, when they get tight run them back down and spray again, repeat until plugs come out. If the break you can buy a special tool to remove them. I dont know the number off hane, put the auto parts store has them for about 75 bucks. Good luck
What you have is a broke tone ring on one of your axles. What happens is rust will build up under the ring and cause it to break. If its a all wheel drive you will have 4 to inspect.
You have a plugged convertor, You will have to have a shop check the back pressure to find out which one. You will want to have the checked soon. I have seen them blow a hole in the intake if they get to bad.
Unplugging the compressor isnt going to help you at all. The problem is going to be a bad bearing in the ac pulley and will need to be replaced. It will let go one day and you will loose the belt.
Which side are you talking about. The right side turns in counter clockwise
Your Idle is right where it needs to be, Dont mess with it
You need a blower motor resistor locatted just left of the blower motor on the bottom of the heater box. You also have a water leak that will need to be repaired. There is a TSB out that will explain the repair
Its just left of the blower motor on the bottom of the heater box
Do not,I repeat do not hold the throttle wide open in neutral. Its going to spit and sputter at 6000 RPM because the computer is trying to keep you from blowing your motor all over the parking lot.
Sounds like you lost overdrive. Take it to a shop