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Old 07-19-2006, 13:46   #1 (permalink)
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some things to check for a blown head gasket

I had no replies on my last thread and I need to know if these motors are worth fooling with after they overheat or if I should look into another motor if they are what all is involved in replacing head gaskets is it just replacing the gaskets or do you have to have the heads reworked?
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Re: some things to check for a blown head gasket

Just replaced the head gaskets in my 96 Mustang Cobra 4v motor. Overheated & head gaskets leaked. No other problems, head was not warped. Had to take the engine out from below. Don't know what they charge in your area, but the labor is about 20 hours.
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