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Ford Contour
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Your 96 ford contour prone to overheating ive been told its blown head gasket does anybody have this problem before?

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2007-03-21 22:39:25
2007-03-21 22:39:25

yes yes yes. I had to replace my engine the day after I bought it for a warped head, and a scored cylinder because of a head gasket leak that the dealer never fixed, then a year later i replaced the engine again for the same reason, once the head warps it cannot be fixed, only replaced. But usually by then its to late, and the rest of the engine is #@*@ed. Check the usual culprits, water pump, temperature sensors, gaskets to save your engine.

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