Question about 2002 Ford Taurus
There should be air bleeders near the thermostat,and another one else where on the engine at a high point,Break one bleeder loose,(thermostat location) first,with engine off,and pour coolant into the reservoir ,and when the bleeder runs pure water no air bubbles out,then shut the bleeder off.then do the same with the other bleeder.Sometimes allowing the engine to run,until normal engine temp,or a little warmer,and turning the engine off,will allow the cooling system to bleed itself,by waiting about 30 minutes and checking the coolant level in the reservoir to make sure the level is dropping,then u will know the system is bleeding itself,just make sure there is enough coolant in the reservoir before doing this.This may have to be done two,or three times.
Posted on Apr 17, 2012
SOURCE: Heater blows cold air.
heater cores clog in taurus. way to know is this--engine fully hot--heat on reach down to the fire wall and grab hold of one of the heater hoses where it hooks to the core--one should be real hard to keep hold of because its that hot. If the other is close to the same the core is not clogged. But if the other is cold to the touch its clogged. You can remove the hoses and shoot garden hose water in one side or the other and break it loose usually
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
SOURCE: air bag code
Hi, ON your 2002 ford taurus, The Flashing code 33 ( B 2292 )
This code refer to : Driver side seat belt pretentioner ( seat belt bucklet) problem.
Check the conecctions under the driver seat.
Repair as need, and recheck if thi code is present.
But if you had an accident on you taurus. You need to replace the Seat belt Pretentioner ( seat belt bucklet)
OK. I hope this information work for you.
Posted on Jul 11, 2008
SOURCE: PCV valve location
if i know what you are asking, look at where you put your oil in. on the valve cover to the top right should be a plug with a tubeing runs to your air clear tube where the air mass sensor and carb is located. i think that is what you are looking for.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
I am assuming you have the 3.0L Duratec engine. Although the job seems daunting, it's actually easier to remove the upper half of the intake manifold plenum. This took me about 40 minutes to remove the first time I did it, and leaves the rear three spark plugs wide open.
A good repair manual such as the Chilton's manual for the 1996-2005 Ford Taurus has the step-by-step. You should get a new set of intake plenum seals (from Ford or most auto parts stores, which may have to special order them) along with the spark plugs. The seals are a set oval rings made of silicone rubber. Yours may not need them but if you damage one getting the plenum off, or if they have shrunk with age, you'll be glad you got them. They're about $16 a set.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
Sounds like your a/c system is low on freon, system has a low pressure switch which disables a/c compr.so that it don't damage a/c compr, it would be kind of like running an engine with on oil it would damage an engine, what needs to be done is have dye injected in to a/c system to be able to fine the leak, once leak is found can be repaired and recharge with freon, system will work good after repair has been done.Good luck
Posted on Dec 17, 2009
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