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Sounds like you have a leaking head gasket.

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Yes they are as long as the Motors are Similar.

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it is DOHC

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Depends on whether or not you are going with Brand new or are Going to Machine the Old ones. Which way you goin????

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Make sure to Replace the Rings also and they will be Fine unless the Heads are Warped.

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It is 4.6 Litres. And if you change the Air Filter, then it would consume half a litre more.

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I had put water in my radiator on my 2000 Crown


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Make sure to Replace the Rings also and they will be Fine unless the Heads are Warped.

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2004 Ford Crown Victoria, how many labor hours for?


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