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Excessive water coming from number 2 cyl & skipping

(1996 Ford Thunderbird)
in Camden, SC on December 03, 2010
how does water get into number 2 cyl?
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on December 03, 2010
Pretty classic concerns from a 3.8L V6. However, I must say that usually by the 1996 models, the gaskets were more robust. How are you seeing the water in the cylinder? Is your oil full of coolant?
on December 03, 2010
at the least a blown head gasket if not worse
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