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Michael Pettis: How long did this take you do all this? I have to do the exact same thing with my wife's 2001 Ford Taurus and was curious how long it will take.

Rodrigo Guimaraes: good job then!

Rodrigo Guimaraes: This engine is done. The cooling system is entirely blocked by the rusty antifreeze

Daniel Lee: Hello, I was wondering if this is a interference engine?

Jimmy Bazen: I just did this on almost the exact same Taurus. I have a crank no start condition. Any ideas anyone?

Wayne McClure: Just like on my f150 the bright steamed clean piston was the leaking one...Nice job!

enrique solis: that was an amazing video well detailed and all thank you very much for posting it 💪👍

Demetrius Harris: can i use this as a reference for my 2000 ford taurus single

Tudor Ana: Hello cylinder head gasket set Ford Windstar for 2001 300 capacity. Where can I find. thank you in advance.
I am from romania
please a site where they can buy
skype. marian.tudor67

408skills.: you dude is this what they call vulcom engine.

stereopsis99: You did the right thing.

Tony Juarez: Thank u this help I had water tank bubbling so I had to do the same thing

Kirk Inev: WTG. Thanks for putting this out there. I have the same leaking cylinder. Looks intense but may be worth it to repair as rest of the car is solid.

Robert Nelson: people have not been mentioning that you always want to disconnect your battery before doing anything... these videos are great...but you must assume people watching do NOT know what they are doing , so be sure to make the proper warnings or disclaimers .....

Desmond Young: Cylinder heads are either cast iron or aluminum...not steel buddy

Y10Q: why would anyone invest that much work into a $200 car. You can buy another car like that for $600 every day.

Marcy Stott: btw  is the car still running  any probs in future????? i have same problem

Marcy Stott: thank you so much  good tips  mine just blew today

moofushu: I have a question. At 40:32 in the video you get lost and look on a computer monitor for the answer. What website was that? Or, was that a CD Rom? what was that you referred to on the monitor? Where did you get that diagram of the engine?

moofushu: I didn't understand the part shown at 35:31  Tighten it to 57 foot pounds and then loosen it to 360 degrees and then tighten again twice? Does anyone know why you have to loosen it after its tighten? I don't see why you just can't tighten to spec and leave it.
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