Question about Ford Taurus
Firstly in my opinion it is likely to be a faulty temperature switch that is causing this problem. As far as I am aware there may be two one in the block and another in the radiator on the Taurus as this is a two speed fan.
If you go to www.myford.fordvehicles.com and sign up (it's free) you can enter your vehicles VIN number and find a lot of vehicle specific information there. There is no specific free manual download for the vehicle that I am aware of but there is a lot of info on that site once you are registered.
You can also download the complete wiring diagram for the Taurus from here
This includes the cooling fan circuit and should help you to ID the temp switches and the relays in the circuit.
Hope this helps. Please do rate my answer. Many Thanks.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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