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Lehigh Acres, FL
From what you have stated, you most likely have a bad fuel pump. Without a proper diagnosis it's just a guess.
This website provides an estimating page.
Do you mean the heater core?
I'm not trying to be con-descending, but who does your oil changes? Don't you have a mechanic that you go to on a regular basis. Back to your problem, most likely you have trashed at least one rotor or both. I would be checking the rear brakes also, before you trash the brake drums. Good luck
Back, firewall side. #1 is the first cylinder at the front of the engine, firewall side.
Go to this website http://www.walkerexhaust.com/catalog/vehicletypescrn.asp . You will be able to veiw the stock exhuast.
You need to check fuel pressure & volume to verify a fuel pump problem.
Not servicing the cooling system regularly. You can buy a block tester at a auto parts house. It tests for exhaust gases in the cooling system. It changes from blue to yellow, indicating you have carbon monoxide in the cooling system. It could be a head gasket or a cracked block. I doubt the later.
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If you go to a Auto Parts Store like Advance or Autozone they will code it out free. Make sure you get the code number from the person that codes it. The number wil be P0000 something. Then post it on this site and we can help you more.