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What does it cost to replace a head gasket in a 2001 mustang

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Cost about $500 or a little more less for a head depending on what type of engine you have. Labor about $200 - $300 to install. Total for one head $ 900 or a little more again depends on what type of motor.

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Get a Haynes or Chilton's Manual on your vehicle so you have the correct sequence for removing the head bolts and for putting them back. While you have the heads off and the timing chain loose replace the timing chain and make sure you have the heads resurfaced and valves adjusted. Might as well do all of this at once so you don't have to worry about it doing it in 10k to 20k.

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