Question about 2005 Ford Taurus
HOW DO I REPLACE THE GASOLINE FILTER AND THE PCV VALVE? CHUCK
The pcv valve is located on one of the valve covers and that one just snap out by hand and the filter should be close to the fuel tank right rear side of car close to the wheel under the car and you will see little platic clips remove the clips install new filter and then reinstall the clips be carefull since fuel might be under pressure when removing filter at rear passenger side
use a rag or someting to cober lines while unplugin filter
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If you mean the crankcase breather filter, I've looked into this, but I haven't found any reference to this existing on a 1994 Taurus (at least with a with a 3.8L engine), except for some online parts companies that list it for the
1994, but either they're wrong, or if there were 1994 Tauruses that have a
breather filter, I suspect it's for an engine other than the 3.8L. It's used on earlier Taurus models, but
only up to 1991. Some people say
the PCV valve performs the function of the earlier breather filter, but I don't
see how, since the PCV valve just opens and closes, and does no filtering once
it's open. On one web page where breather filters
are discussed (http://www.taurusclub.com/forum/82-maintenance-repair/79542-bad-pcv-valve.html),
it's said that adding one to an engine that didn't come with one, doesn't help
increase horsepower or mileage, and can bring in air that's not metered by the
MAF, which can actually reduce horsepower and mileage.
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