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With this problem, I can give you 2 possible solutions. Your thermostat is bad and needs replaced or your heater core has plugged and no coolant can flow through. Betting on the thermostat though. Do need to know if you have overheating issues or if you can hear heater blower fan running.
If you can find a shop that sells used tires in your area and they do repair work, this type of shop will usually give you a low and fair price. One in my area took a 2002 ford escape, cut out cat and flexpipe and put new cat and flexpipe in and welded it. Parts and labor $289 dollars. You can't really beat that. A catalytic converter can not be cleaned sorry.
Take to autopart shop and have alternator tested. First, use voltmeter on battery to get a read. Then attach black end of voltmeter to black on battery and red from voltmeter to red wire coming off of alternator. Do this with car turned off. If the second read is about 0 then the fusible link is burnt out and replace it.
I assume you mean the harmonic balancer pulley. Have to replace might need to borrow the tool kit from autoparts store to do this. Depends how much is left attached but don't bother fixing it get a new one.
Tried to answer earlier but internet went down sorry about that. Hope this helps http://www.ehow.com/how_4583898_replace-abs-wheel-sensor-jeep.html
Go to autoparts store and tell them you need an oil cap wrench for your vechicle. Probably a 76mm. Give them your make and model and this is what it will look like http://www.autozone.com/autozone/accessories/OEM-74-to-76-mm-dia-oil-filter-A-cap-wrench/_/N-25ra?counter=1&filterByKeyWord=oil+filter&fromString=search&itemIdentifier=153157_0_0_ Make sure this is the proper size for your vechicle.
Is the blower fan running?
The question really is was the battery really bad or was it drained because the alternator isn't working properly. When alternators start to go bad, you usually notice dash lights flickering and headlights dimming and various other 'wacky' electrical problems. The battery isn't getting sufficiently recharged to support all the systems. Need to have parts store test the alternator.
Agree with ramp dog. Sounds like blown head gasket. The plug may have fouled from exposure to this.
The end with 'ribs' on it faces toward the direction of air coming in from outside. The flat side faces toward the air intake of the engine.