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  1. 4.6L Tech
    New mustang owner. Recently bought what I thought was a 2000 GT 4.6L V8. Turns out the VIN matched it to a 2000 V6, however the engine inside is definitely a v8. So it was swapped out. I ordered new valve cover gaskets (OEM fit for 2000 4.6 SOHC) . The gasket has too many holes, 13 compared to...
  2. 2011-2014 V6 Mustang Tech
    Hey guys the reason why its a mystery is cause I havent looked into it at all. Put long tube headers on my V6 and noticed some oil on the passenger side, never noticed anything coming out of my exhaust so I was never too concerned. I assumed it was a valve cover gasket and was getting around to...
  3. V6 Tech
    The reason I replaced my valve cover gaskets was because my oil was leaking into my spark plug well and it caused my car to have a really hard idle and misfire. After switching the gaskets, sparkplugs, and wires the leak stopped and my car has been driving better than ever. I'm not responsible...
  4. Classic Tech
    I just recently got my engine back from the shop and started assembling it. I could not find any torque specs so I just made them what I felt to me "adequately tightened". Unfortunately now my oil pan and valve cover gaskets are bulging out at each bolt. I tried loosening the bolt but it...
  5. 2.3L Tech
    For the valve cover that says, Ford Turbo (aluminium), I used the cork valve cover gasket. This thing just LEAKS and is garbage in my opinion. Any suggestions, and/or part numbers for a good, non-cork gasket? Thanks! Turbo Drew :circlingsmilies
  6. 5.0L Tech
    So i just changed my valve cover gaskets, i had to pull out to upper intake manifold to get close to the rockers. I changed the gasket that sits between the upper intake and the lower intake while doing this as well. Now initially i had forgotten to put back the pcv pipe into the lower intake...
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