My daughter has a 94 3.8 V6, and this will be the third time since we've owned the car to replace the head gaskets. It's the same one blowing, passenger side, rear hole, backside. Anyways, the last time she blew, I had the heads milled, radiator replaced, etc, etc. Lasted about 8,000 miles, now she's overheating again. Bubbles forming in coolant, and very high pressure building up in radiator. No oil in coolant, or coolant in oil, but still pretty sure a blown head gasket again. Read somewhere that 3.8's were notorius for blowing head gaskets.......anyone agree? and what is the permanant fix? Later model engine? and/or was it a desing flaw from ford on the 94 model? Please help, as I'm debating on whether or not to even fix this again, or replace engine, or heads, or what? Thanks in advance for replys.