Uh oh.... I really didn't want to do this now.

Discussion in 'Mustang Chit Chat' started by MrAwesome987, Aug 13, 2020.

  1. MrAwesome987

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    So I was doing some routine maintenance on my car. I pulled all the plugs and inspected them, they all looked great. Then I grabbed my endoscope camera, just to see what the cylinders/pistons looked like. Then I found this on cylinder 4. The pictures are terrible, but there is a semicircle directly below the opening for the sparkplug. I am assuming it's the head gasket. Thoughts?

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  2. MrAwesome987

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    Oh I'm an idiot. I forgot that the spark plugs was in the center. That's just a valve! Wow I'm retarded.
     
  3. EBABlacknChrome

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    Lmao brother! Not at you, with you.

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  4. bujeezus

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    I couldn't figure out what the Hell you were talking about. Ha!
     
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  5. MrAwesome987

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    Yeah... I have no idea what I was thinking! Let this thread die, please LOL
     
  6. Dino Dino Bambino

    Dino Dino Bambino I have a red car

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  7. bujeezus

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    We all have our days.
     
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  8. Sactown

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    I thought maybe there was a cam roller guide bearing that get smashed and dropped in the cylinder, thank god that's not the issue
     
  9. J.Kidd

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    Hey man, relax. That is just a relief for the ultra-high-performance "moon jets" for the carb! They obviously get their name from their unique shape (that offers superior flow)...and Chrysler already had claimed "hemi".

    You will only find those present in the #4 cylinder due to the very unique timing characteristics of the Ford V8 piston movement and the natural motion (rotation) of carburetor jets. Looks nice and healthy!
     
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