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Hey guys, I found this video on YouTube, this is the best explanation I have found for those that do not understand why, and want to understand why, the 2.0 engines tend to fail on cylinder two or three. I hope you guys enjoy the video

 
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I have a 2019 Lincoln MKC 2.3 that leaked coolant between 2 and 3 at around 33,000 miles and required the gasket to be replaced. Apparently, it was a failure of the gasket itself. The engine is OK. Why would the gasket fail? Are the 2.3 engines built the same way as the 2.0? Should I expect a second failure in the future along the lines of this video?
 

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I don't believe the 2.3 had this problem, I don't know why but does not seem to be common. I believe it's a similar block design, but just what I've seen around the forum is most people with a 2.3 don't have that problem. I wouldn't be too worried, probably just a manufacturing defect
 
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