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Does anyone know anything about these O-rings? I've the oil in the coolant, but no coolant in the oil scenario, which points to the oil cooler. (Yes, I know, I have a GT, but some on the 98's came with them for some reason.)
1) Can I get all the needed O-rings from the Ford Parts counter
2) Is there any difference between the 96-98 and the 99-01 ones
3) How much am I looking at for this stuff?
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Yeah, I've thought about that too. But I'll continue to refuse the thought until it hits me in the face.....so to speak. If it ends up being the head gasket I'm going to track down some PI heads before I bolt the crappy NPI one back up.
All done, it's torqued down to spec on the center pin and the adapter to block. Oil'd and filled with water and no leaks yet. Just need a ride to the autoparts store to get some PS fluid. I had to take the resevoir hose (no pressure) off to get to the clamp for the lower hose. ~$60 and 5 hours total investment. Not too bad if it fixes it.
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