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Re: the clucth in my 97 taurus keeps trying to kick in...
The a/c clutch should cycle on and off 4 to 7 times/miunte depending on air temperature. if it's cycling n & off several times/minute, you are probably low on R134a. Add a can to see if the cycling lessens. get a hose kit with a gauhe on it that tells you if you are getting overcharged.
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i do not know of a bulb on the engine, there is a knock sensor,you first need to have the engine scanned for codes.then trace the code problem. also you may have lifters or rocker arms noisy. is engine oil black or low?if so change oil and filter.hope this helps
If I understand your problem correctly, you have a transmission problem. The Taurus/Sable platform has had several tranny related problems, especially from lack of fluid/filter changes at the required service frequency.
You may have a low level of Transmission fluid, or you could have a serious problem. Either way, continuing to operate your Taurus in this manner will cause expensive damage.
Please check your Transmission fluid level. If you see that it is low, be sure to use the proper type of fluid for your car.
If you do not have a low level, then you should take this Taurus to a trained mechanic, and have your transmission evalutated.