Question about 2006 Ford Taurus
The 1st Thing to check is the Battery Condition,You can take it to a Parts Store they'll charge it and check it to see if its Good.
If battery is good make sure you check both Positive and negetive battery Cables for Corrosion,sometimes the acid gets under the battery cables installation,
Cut the Instation back say about an Inch.and see if you do have corrosion under the cables instalation.
If your Battery is Good and No corrosion under Cables,Then its your Starter Solenoid ,Which is Mounted on your Starter.
Replace it and Providing your Starter its Self is Good your Problem will be Solved.
If your Starter is Old I really Recommend you Replace Your Starter the Solenoid will come with it as in 1-Unit.
Hope this gets you on your way. and down the Road again,
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