John Andrew: Thanks for sharing this informative video for #Gaskets
hang li: Nice video!!, Mine is a 96 bull too
Chris Lassiter: does it matter what side the head go back on? \
Nate Allison: Hey man the plug that you said you had issues with about 11 minutes into the video. Where exactly does it connect to??? It's the last thing I have to do but I can't remember where it plugs in at thanks.
russsboy: thanks from russia !
mario agostini: * Would you happen to know where I can look at Ford Tempo DL 3L-V6 motor parts description,. Is there a free website somewhere on internet/ * I am looking to find a website diagram with arrows showing the parts of the motor; like ( alternator, spark plugs, AC unit, belts, windshield washer tank etc).
Clay Ton: How do you tell which engine is in your 2000 Ford Taurus SE? I'm asking because there is no real identification on the engine other than the 3.0 L. VIN number 1FAFP53U6YG110867 I'm asking because I recently purchased a Taurus and while looking for parts... well there are choices: 6 cylinders 2 3.0L Flex fuel OHV 6 cylinders S 3.0L EFI DOHC 6 cylinders U 3.0L EFI
I'm guessing it's the "6 cylinders U 3.0L EFI" because there is no 2 or S in the vehicle identification Number. The car has 160,666 miles and yeah I wanted to do an overhaul on it this spring. Car runs great but did notice the rust in the coolant when I did a flush and fill and suspect the water pump. That and it slowly loses coolant. "About a gallon a month" was the line I got from the previous owner.
stigonutube: Thumbs up to you, thank's for taking the time to do this video.
misael pacheco: Has a craked valve or bends valvs
Querencias7: PSS: Regarding the adapter for the rockers, I meant to say 'Universal Joint' socket adapter. Sorry. Thought that this way there wouldn't be a need to remove the rockers but again, I'm only shooting from the hip. Your perseverance and attention to detail are impressive.
Querencias7: PS: Oh, you did mention the mileage, 180k+ (I had missed it). Also, from mere speculation on my part, would a universal adapter on the socket wrench worked around the rockers in order to removing the respective bolts? // Again, well done. May your know how and experience continue to develop and serve you well. All the best.
Querencias7: EXCELLENT job young man! That was one MAJOR PROJECT alright. Couple of Qs please: 1. Did you mention how many miles were on this Vulcan at that time? 2. Good to see you have several old school / old tools. 3. You placed a text disclaimer at the beginning saying "I'm not a master mechanic". But you sure have the common sense, smarts, and hard-work mentality to be better than many 'MMs'. Great way to save serious money for you, your wife and family. Congrats. Really appreciate you sharing this video. KUTGW.
QBMan: If i had that car id rather hadnt. Whats that crap inside there? Why is there Rust on the coolantreservoir????
Ive seen bigger engines where replacing gaskets is not half that work und the motor doesnt look that oldn rusty xD
Phill Fernandez: Check out this video on YouTube:
hlholden: 2 Questions #1 Could I do this with my 1998 Ford Taurus? #2 How long did this take you?
Charles B: you know what dude? Darn good video, good job, I know that was allot of work and it was a tough job. Good angle shots, very informative. Good fix!
T Creech: I do mechanics on the side, and I have a head gasket job to do on a 98 Taurus. What was the total time in labor hours to complete the job. I have all of the tools and what not so no need to head to a store or anything. I will be working daylight to dark on this project to get the person their car asap. If you could let me know, I would appreciate it. Thanks for the vid
Brian Johnson: I have a 98 Taurus and I have the same junk on the inside. A friend of mine said certain years of Ford put out a toxic coolant that eats the inside out. IE water pump fins on mine were gone. etc etc
Philip Bechard: I can hear the massive vacuum leak check all hoses and seals again
Johnny10894: what kind of camera are you using.
Replacing Head Gaskets On A Ford Taurus 3.0L V6 OHV Engine. With Time Lapse. RWGresearch.com5
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