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Here's a link to replacing your heater core,it's a job,be sure to replace your seals that the boxes connect to each other or air will go thru,your's is probably dry rotted.Also make sure your outlets are pointing in the same direction on both heater cores,if they are different,then your heater hoses going to them will be too short,happen to me. Use a 2x4 to hold dash up,I did.Repair Guides Heater Air Conditioning Heater Core AutoZone com
The tensioner is the smooth pulley(back side of the belt,no grooves) Think it's a 15mm bolt, just "tighten the bolt" and the spring loaded tensioner will move The pulley is steel on the 4 cyl, plastic on the V-6 The tensioner bolt is left hand thread so it won't unscrew when you realese the tension.
under the intake manifold between the fuel rails to replace you need to remove atleast one of the fuel rails to spread them apart for the regulator its not a very hard thing to do just be careful with removing the intake
Try removing all spark plugs and crank the engine for a bit to get everything lubed up and it will give u max compression..Also replace plugs and fire some carb or injection cleaner in some high octane gas........Hope this helps.
First and foremost, before you do any of that make sure you disconnect the battery terminals, unless you want to get the **** shocked out of you.
The starter (in case you're not aware, I have no idea) is a black cylindrical object right underneath the front of the car... pretty close to the bumper cover. There should only be two bolts holding it up - taking it off is pretty simple. Just get the bolts off with a socket wrench (you might need a deep set socket) and you're set. Hooking it back up can be tricky though. Try and mark the wires somehow so you can remember which ones go where, or you might cause some electrical issues when you get it back on.
Try checking the fusible links in the wiring harness near the starter. My 91 had a similar problem where I lost my radio and my headlights. Turned out those fusible links were all corroded. replaced the bad ones (winter time- pain) and all was well again.