Exhaust are longer than intake. Exhaust goes thru the loop in the gasket, intakes set outside gasket.
It tells you how high a mountain or hill goes with each contour line.
It goes where you put the gasoline, in the filler neck.
Contour lines are oddly shaped because it goes according to whatever its up aganist.
According to the 1997 Ford Contour Owner Guide ( 5W-30 )
Yes, there is an "O" ring inside the fittings.
No because a contour line gets darrker and daarker when it goes from line to line.
Gasket that goes between head and valve cover to prevent leaks
A common cause of problems in cylinder head gaskets is leaks in the gasket. When a leak forms, the gasket must be replaced.
No, a 1996 hood will not fit a 1998 because the hood goes around the headlights on each car that are different.
A refrigerator gasket is a flexible band that goes around the door opening, to help create an airtight seal.
4 cyl or 6 cyl? Either way it goes it's a harry job. You have to remove your intake manifold, and heads to get to the has gaskets. Parts are cheap, but labor is usually an arm and a leg. If the car has overheated because of the had gasket going bad, repair shops have to send the heads to a machine shop to be re-surfaced.
the same as any gasket to provide a seal between the two parts so no air or liquid goes in or out
Look at the contour lines the stream passes through. Whichever way the contour lines show downward is likely also the way the stream flows(because liquids go downhill due to gravity).
The head bolts to the block. The head gasket goes in between the head and block to seal the head to the block.
The two may not be connected as a head gasket can fail at any time
it leaks oil
that means that you have a blown head gasket or it is on the verge of blowing. alot of moy to fix if it goes. it is leaking antifreeze into the cylinders and burning it causing your car tto smoke white.
Thermostat probably needs to be replaced.
According to the 1998 Ford Contour Owner Guide it came with ( green color antifreeze ) meeting Ford specification ( ESE-M97B44-A )
A general rule is the head on any car will need skimming if the gasket goes. With out going into too much detail, the head gets slightly damaged once the gasket goes and if it is not skimmed (made really smooth and flat) your gasket won't seal properly and is likely to go again and again. You could always be brave and try getting away with it but I think you'll just be wasting your time and money. Get the job done properly and hopefully you'll never have a gasket go again. A good question to ask though is, why the head gasket blew in the first place.
You really need two products--contour powder and blush. Contour powder is brown (regular pressed powder will work--one that's three to four shades darker than your foundation is good) and goes under the cheekbone; blush goes on the cheekbone.
...And So It Goes was created in 2000.
That's the part the air goes through into the engine on top
Everything will shut down and the car will stop running.