Question about 1999 Ford Taurus
Engine oil is the blood of the engine. With out oil pressure the engine will not survive as moving parts will no longer be lubricated. It sounds like the damage has already been done.
Are you talking about a cracked coolant reservoir? If so did you run the car out of coolant and overheat the engine?
From your description it sounds like the motor is done. I wouldn't hesitate to at least explore the option and cost of replacing the motor with a low mileage used engine.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
Testimonial: "thank you but i ment the water reserver and the engine doesnt over heat though"
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