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Old 07-11-2012, 03:34 PM   #1
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S it hard to replace the head gasket on a 2006 stang?
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S it hard to replace the head gasket on a 2006 stang?
A head gasket?? Yeah you take off the whole cylinder head
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It's not rocket science, but I'd imagine if you got Haynes Manuel check it out.
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It's not rocket science, but I'd imagine if you got Haynes Manuel check it out.
Yeah taking apart a motor it's no big deal, if you don't know what you're doing you will seriously screw something up. You crazy man?
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Yeah taking apart a motor it's no big deal, if you don't know what you're doing you will seriously screw something up. You crazy man?
That's why I suggest he get a Haynes Manuel Take a look at doing it. Several members here have successfully done the job.

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My guess is he will find that doing it is over his head.
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That's why I suggest he get a Haynes Manuel Take a look at doing it. Several members here have successfully done the job.

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My guess is he will find that doing it is over his head.
For most people it is
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I mean I know a little but I'm looking around the gasket isn't high it's the labor I know a guy who knows a lot about cars but he asked if I could find a manual so does anyone know good ones
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