Hey i have a 95 tauras 3.0L GL and it is idling high, i have replaced the air idle control motor and its still idling high, ive takin it to a friend that has a computer and he said that there is a memory failer and might be a ground problem.. He had cleared all the codes and it ran perfect untill i turned it off and started it back up and it went back to idling high
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remove neg. cable from battery so the ECM will reset this may work. make sure the IAC is air tight. if this doen't fix your problem have someone check the IAC valve if it's bad the part runs $300.00 pluse
clean the throttle body. main cause of your problem.there might be a sticker on throttle body saying dont clean it because of some anti dirt coating but disreguard ive never had a problem after claening them and ive done hundreds.
I owned a 95 Taurus for several years and done my own maint. I never heard of an external oil pump. The pump is in the oil pan and runs off the cam shaft. To replace it you have to pull the oil pan. After that it is fairly easy. Take out the bolts and it will come out. There are no springs to worry about.If you were talking about some other pump let me know.
the idle air control valve maybe sticking and causing the car to want to stall until you start moving. it keeps the idle when not moving. it is on the throttle body where the air tube meets the intake. it looks like a 3" silver cylinder. common to fill with carbon after awhile, have the fuel injection cleaned at a shop after to remove the carbon build inside the intake. best of luck