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Canyou chage head gaskets on 99 ford cougar 2.5 v6 with engine in car

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Yes! No need for the engine to come out at all. But there is going to be alot of parts coming out, you will need a manual from aoutozone or advance $14.99 It will tell you step by step.

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SECTION 303-01A: Engine - 2.0L 1999 Cougar Workshop Manual
IN-VEHICLE REPAIR Valve Cover Removal
  1. Disconnect the oil feed sensor electrical connector.
  1. Disconnect the crankcase ventilation tube.
  1. Remove the appearance cover.
    1. Position the throttle cable out of the way, and the speed control cable (if equipped).
    1. Remove the eight bolts.
    1. Remove the appearance cover.
  1. Remove the spark plug wires.
  1. Detach the upper part of the engine front cover out of the way.
    1. Remove the four bolts.
    1. Position the front cover to one side.
  1. Remove the valve cover.
    1. Position the throttle cable to one side, and the speed control cable (if equipped).
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My '99 Cougar heated up the other day and when i parked and popped the hood some gray smoke came out. Now the car over heats a lot and the heater will only blow cold air out


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