Question about 1995 Ford Taurus
I will start car, go to work, at lunch will not start. By end of day will start. Then next day, same thing. Took it into the shop, but of course the car is running and the time and they can't seem to find a problem. Drove home and went back out 30 minutes later and car would not start. Had oxygen sensor replaced, fuel filter replaced, checked battery, all fluds, nothing is working.
Sounds like the Fuel Pump, which is located in the Gas Tank, ahead of the rear wheels, basically under the rear door. The gas tank itself is not hard to remove, and you could get a kit available online. It's probably easier to do if you have ramps and back the rear wheels onto those two ramps, you can't do it as easily by just jacking up the car. If you have two hydraulic jacks, that might work as well.
If you buy the part, you want to bring it to a gas station to remove the gas tank, they should be able to do all the work for you in about one hour.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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