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2000 V6 mustang Vert- Boss Shinoda Legacy conversion in progress!!!
Go: GT cat back exhaust with H pipe , K@N air filter Show : Bullitt : door lock knobs , shifter trim ring , fuel door , pedals , Smoked and clear cornered headlights , white face gauges , GT fogs , Mach 1 Grille Delete , Shinoda front chin spoiler, Bunch of Billett stuff , Gt hood scoop , and GT side scoops
no, but the 98's are known for blown head gaskets. you shouldn't have drove the car until you diagnosed the problem. anyway, the gasket itself is a cheap piece but you're looking at around 2000 in labor just because it's hard to get to. if you have any friends that are good with cars, now would be the time to ask a favor.
Fly me over from Oslo, Norway and I'll do it for free (food and drink). I've done the head gasket swap on my '95 twice. I'll use a weekend.
Hell, I might have a pair of head gaskets in my toolbox already as backup, hehe.
It's not much parts needed. Gasket set and new head bolts.
The 94 - 95 does have a recall for head gaskets, but I'm not sure if Ford Europe (which is German) will fix it.
-1995 Conv V6 H/C/I and all bolt ons
-1994 Coupe V6 built by GSS Motorsports, painted by Allen Skaggs (Flawless Customs)