I have 2000 Ford Mustang 3.8l I don't know what's wrong with it I changed my heads and still same

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Hello it's my first time here so I hope I'm posting in the right place
So I bought a 2000 Ford Mustang 3.8l

I was told by a mechanic it was a blown head gasket anyways I did and still same problem follow link I took a video or put your email I can share it pleas help me

View: https://youtu.be/5XWZ1wO7x70
 
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You need to run a compression test on all cylinders.

Also: It doesn't sound like all cylinders are firing. Have you tried pulling codes?
 

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That thing sounds awfully noisy for a V6. Was that video taken with the exhaust attached?
 
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You need to run a compression test on all cylinders.

Also: It doesn't sound like all cylinders are firing. Have you tried pulling codes?
Yes after I put the heads and everything together it wouldn’t turn on, so I diagnosed the fuel pump was out. Which I was right but then it kept making this sound
 
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That thing sounds awfully noisy for a V6. Was that video taken with the exhaust attached?
Hey yes l. I disconnected the exhaust connected to the headers but with that connected it still made this sound. So I’m thinking of just changing the engine but if I can save it and also save money, then that would be awesome