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Vehicles i need a pic or schematic of the where the head gasket goes on a 1985 ford mustang 5.0? i would really appreciate it

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Well the head gasket goes in between the head and the block. take of valve cover, then the exhaust manifold, then the bolts that connect the head to the block. the gasket underneath the head is the head gasket

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