Question about 1999 Ford Taurus
Posted by Anonymous on
There may be a screen in the fill neck by sometimes there is enough room if you take the rubber fill hose off at the gas tank opening insert a hose or the syphon gizzmo gas don't taste very good is you have to do it manually don't swollow
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
This is difficult due to the baffle in the top neck of the tank, you would need to remove the filler hose to the tank then use a very small hose like a 1/4 inch hose to get by the baffle and then you may get the gas.hope this helps
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You must mean the catalytic converters? There are two. One for the front manifold and one for one for the rear. They also call this set ( because they come already wielded together with a pipe in between ) The Y pipe. The catalitic converters are about the size of a half flat football and are the first thing the exhaust pipe leaving the ngine come to. The front one is between the engine and the radiator and the bottom with the y pipe its connected to travels from the front cat across the bottom of the oil pan where it connects to the rear catalytic converter witch is a lot harder to get to. Hope you don't need to re;place one of them they come together as 1 unit and they are around $1100 to buy and that's just the part not the installation. Plus there are 4 O2 sensors that go with it. 1 above and 1 below each catalytic converter that are about $100 each. I hope this info helps you out
Posted on May 29, 2010
you should not have to sypon the fuel just locate the fuse that controls the fuel pump pull it out and start the car when it stops there will be no pressure in any line. you should be able to remove the fuel pump without any trouble then
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
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