What is the correct parts number for this reservoir (3.0 V6)? From the top of the original one that is installed, the numbers read: F7DE-8A080-AA.Below that are the numbers 94-34. Below that is the symbol >pp<. Overall, it looks like this: F7DE-8A080-AA 94-34 >pp<.
So, what's pertinent so that I can locate the part?
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Re: ford taurus coolant reservoir
If you call your dealership and give them you year and engine size they can get you the right one i would say F7DE-8A080-AA looks like a ford number but it might be superceeded by a new number (ford like to do that)
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You do not want to open that can of worms. Getting a belt to do that is simply guesswork, and if the thing does not get routed correctly, you will have pullies that are running backwards, which can cause all kinds of problems.
Here is a better solution: A company named MOTORMITE makes pully assemblies that are designed to replace the existing A/C compressor. You simply remove the compressor and this pully assembly bolts on to the compressor mounts. It allows you to not only route the belt correctly, but also allows you to use the belt that the vehicle was originally equipped with, eliminating the guesswork involved in trying to find a belt that will be the right length and have the correct tension to run things.
There is one of these available for your Taurus. It is Part Number 34166 and lists for $39.99 on the AutoZone web site. Click the direct link below to go there and check it out.
It could be both your thermostat and water pump, it could also be an air lock in your cooling system. One way or another, I think pressure is building up in part of the system because its not circulating properly.
When its cool, take the top off your reservoir, give the bottom hose to your radiator a good few squeezes, see if the water goes down a little, if it does, you moved something on and probably cured it.
If not, run the engine up, to get it warm and bleed off any air in the system. (Assuming there are bleed taps in the system)
If that also does nothing, I reckon its your water pump. And if your changing that, I'd suggest changing the thermostat at the same time.
Removal 1. Remove the engine front cover. 2. CAUTION: This pulse wheel is used with several difference engines. Install the pulse wheel with the keyway in the slot stamped 30 or30 RFF only (orange in color). Remove the ignition pulse wheel.3. Install the damper bolt. 4. NOTE: LH shown, RH similar. Remove the LH and RH spark plugs. 8.80 Page 2 5. Rotate the crankshaft clockwise to position the crankshaft keyway in the 11 o’clock position and position the camshafts in the correct position. This will position the number one cylinder at Top Dead Center (TDC). ^ Verify that the camshafts are correctly located. If not, rotate the crankshaft one additional turn and recheck.
2000 Ford Taurus V6-3.0L DOHC VIN S Camshaft Position Sensor: Service and Repair REMOVAL 1. Disconnect the battery ground cable. For additional information, refer to Battery. 2. Remove the Camshaft Position (CMP) sensor. 1 Remove the electrical connector. 2 Remove the bolt and the CMP sensor. INSTALLATION 1. To install, reverse it removal procedure 1. To install, reverse the removal procedure.
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CAUTION: Do not mix Standard (green) Coolant with Extended Life Coolant (orange). If mixing occurs, drain engine cooling system and refill with originally equipped coolant type. If this contamination occurs, the service change interval on Extended Life Coolant will be reduced from 6 years/150,000 miles to 3 years/30,000 miles.
Drain radiator until engine coolant is out of degas bottle. Disconnect radiator overflow hose and engine coolant vent hose at degas bottle.
Remove power steering oil reservoir retaining screws and position power steering oil reservoir out of the way.
Remove degas bottle return hose and clamp. Remove degas bottle retainers and remove degas bottle.
Position degas bottle in vehicle and install retaining screw and nut. Tighten retaining bolt and nut to 9-12 Nm (80-106 inch lbs.)
Connect degas bottle hose and clamp to degas bottle.
Position power steering oil reservoir onto degas bottle and install retaining screws securely.
Connect radiator overflow hose and engine coolant vent hose to degas bottle.
sounds like hoses going to heater core but they are rubber usually. But it could be the hoses for the degs bottle mounted on the passenger side inner fender.
Coolant Recovery System
NOTE: When the water thermostat (8575) is closed, coolant flows through the degas tube and hose assembly from the lower intake manifold to the radiator coolant recovery reservoir (8A080) .
Trapped air in the cooling system must be removed. A pressurized radiant coolant recovery reservoir system is used which continuously separates the air from the cooling system.
When the water thermostat is open, coolant flows through both the small hose from the top of the radiator outlet tank and the degas tube and hose assembly from the engine to the radiator coolant recovery reservoir.
The radiator coolant recovery reservoir separates any trapped air from the coolant and replenishes the system through its radiator coolant recovery hose.
The radiator coolant recovery reservoir serves as the location for:
coolant expansion during warm-up.
system pressurization from the pressure relief cap.
air separation during operation.
The radiator coolant recovery reservoir is designed to have approximately 0.5-1 liter (0.53-1.06 quarts) of air when cold to allow for coolant expansion