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The average cost for a Toyota T100 Head Gasket Replacement is between $1293 ... Blown head gasket, or leaking head gasket should both be taken to a repair ...
In the absence of a person with a great deal of knowledge you will need part numbers...
The manufacturer part numbers and a helpful dealer will be able to tell you if any other cars in the franchise have used those parts.
Such parts are often bought in by the vehicle manufacturer from a specialist company and if so your parts will be marked with the name and part number of that manufacturer who will also be able to tell you what other cars of any make have used those parts via the buyer's guide in their catalogue.
Aftermarket suppliers also use catalogues with part number cross references and a buyer's guide section. If the parts are available for your car from an aftermarket supplier the numbers will also appear in the other sections of the catalogue.
I have had water intermittently in the right rear trunk area (below the battery) every since an rear end accident. The dealer tells me that there is a vent back there that gets clogged up or opened up and lets water get in there. Not sure that I believe that, but that's the best explanation that they could give me.
I am sorry but we have no access to any parts or any parts locator service other than the same search engines you can use, we are strictly a self help site, no parts for any product. That said as a fellow car nut and car builder I have had this dilemma of hard to find parts, I suggest you use a salvage part or contact one of the many Mustang specialty parts sellers, they are on the internet. You can also do a nation wide used part search by using the forms on the Internet at multiple sites, just google "Used Mustang Parts"
Try a salvage yard for the part. As soon as your new car left the lot it became a used car. Used cars run on used parts.
If the old part is a recall they will upgrade you regardless which part is on your car.
Check the internet and enter your part# in the search box of the Browser. You may get lucky for a new part.