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Starter Replacement Can a 2000 ford taurus starter be used as a replacement for a 2002 model?

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Yes it can the model 2000-to-2007are the same and i just wanted to tell you all of Michigan Man Cars are fords and to give you this website its a good site also.

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Starter replacement, on 2000 ford taurus. At first car was idling rough

Bad battery cable ? Do a voltage drop test on starter circuit ! Wouldn't you like to know before you replace the starter and find out that the starter isn't bad ? Starter Voltage Drop Test Explained in Plain English AutoTechnician org

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I hear starter spinning right before it engages engine

It sounds like the starter is going bad. you may want to replace it before it destroys your flywheel. A lifetime replacement starter at autozone is about $125.00 plus instalation if this was helpfull please leave good feed back

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Do 2002 ford Taurus 24 valve v-6 have a starter relay mounted on the firewall?

I don't think so. The starter has a solonoid on it. There isn't a relay involved. Check for power at the small wire on the starter when the key is in the "start" position. If there is power there ,the starter is bad. If not,could be neutral safety switch or ignition switch.

Sep 24, 2013 | 2002 Ford Taurus

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How to replace a starter

Disconnect negative battery cable from battery first. Raise vehicle and use jack stands. Starter will be in front of engine by oil filter. There should be 13 mm nut on the hot wire on Starter solinod. then 2 13mm bolts holding starter up.

Apr 25, 2011 | 2002 Ford Taurus

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2002 Ford Taurus-won't start, replaced starter last night, started once, but hasn't since. Battery is good. Any ideas?

Have you thought of maybe checking the ignition switch that starts your vehicle. A faulty ignition switch will give you the same symptoms as a dead battery or a faulty starter. I hope this helps you out.

Mar 31, 2011 | 2002 Ford Taurus

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I have a 2002 ford taurus 3.0L v6 it will not start i replaced the starter and it seems like the starter is not getting any power what could it be ?

Dead or weak battery, corroded or loose terminals, bad cable, bad solenoid (starter relay), bad ignition switch, bad neutral safety interlock, driver forgot to put car in park or neutral before starting, bad wiring. When you turn the key, do you hear anything, like maybe a clicking noise, or is the car completely silent?

Aug 25, 2010 | 2002 Ford Taurus

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Diagram of 2005 ford taurus starter

your starter is down in front of the vehicle near the radiator i know this cause i replaced on on the 04 model just jack up the car crawl under it and it will be right in front of you

Mar 15, 2009 | 2005 Ford Taurus

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