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It could be a few things. When it is warm put your hand in the center of the radiator if it is warm good if it is cold the radiator is plugged.
It could be the thermostat which is the cheapest or the big problem it could also be head gaskets.

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on Jan 11, 2018


Relay faulty or blown fuse.

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on Dec 14, 2017


Ronny Bennett Sr. Dec 08, 2017
you have to replace the whole control arm

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on Dec 11, 2017


you have a torque clutch problem chan your torque transmission

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on Nov 20, 2017


Friend, replace the fuel injector on that cylinder. That's really good compression and nothing at all wrong with the valves. That misfire is what we call a dead cylinder and it is repairable. #4 cylinder is the front cylinder on the drivers side. You must remove the coil pack, disconnect vacuum lines from the front of manifold, pop all the electric connections off, remove the 6 bolts securing the upper plenum chamber and lift it off the manifold. Unclip the fuel injector wire connection from #4 injector at this point. There are small bolts securing the fuel rails to both heads to remove so the fuel rails can be pulled up to get to the fuel injectors, the will stay in the fuel rail when lifted, and it's a stiff removal because of the rubber O-rings holding the injectors in. When you have that up and able to get to the injector, just twist it out of the fuel rail, put the new one in it's place after a light lubricant is put on all the O-rings on top and bottom #4 and all the lower O-rings that are exposed, guide all the injectors back in their ports and push them all down until the fuel rail mount brackets are in position for the bolts and put the engine back together.

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on Nov 12, 2017


the compressor doesn't have to be working for the gas to go in
you connect the gas to the inlet line and as the gas pressure in the system rises , the ac compressor will cut in normally and suck in the rest until the pressures are correct
of course you have to be putting in the correct gas because the switches are different

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on Nov 08, 2017


You have a better idea than us, you saw and smelt the smoke.

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on Nov 01, 2017


Low fluid? Expands as it warms

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on Oct 03, 2017


You will need to check the wire harness in the driver's door. The main wire is often times broken because3 of the way it was placed.

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on Sep 28, 2017


If the pump is running but not pumping gas, it's a bad pump or a clogged filter sock in the tank

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on Sep 18, 2017


A/C clutch is locked up. have it checked sometimes low pressure switch can lock it down to prevent more damage some cars can be fixed out removing pump.

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on Sep 13, 2017


Thermostat issue. Replace it. Not properly regulating coolant temps - affects heater temps.

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on Sep 05, 2017


The cable is not fitting properly in the speedometer either on the transmission or the speedometer itself. If you push on the speedometer and it works than this is most likely the problem.

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on Aug 08, 2017


If the heater core bypass refers to the water flow to the heater core, I would wonder why you did not flush the heater core as part of the system. You can drain water from engine, disconnect heater hoses and add a short hose to the heater and force a garden hose to flush the core.

I have not looked up the particulars for which heater system is on your car. Some just use duct-work to close off air flow through the heater core and the heater core always has hot water in it. Others will use a valve to shut off the water flow through the heater core and they can be either electric or vacuum operated. Combination systems are the third system which controls water flow and duct air flow at the same time.

Some of the Premium Climate control systems with Electronic displays have a computer diagnostic system which self-diagnoses problems but you need the sequence codes and explanation of where the bad part is located.

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on Aug 08, 2017

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