Re: have power but when i turn key i get nothing. no...
I had a similiar problem, I had a bad sensor at the back of the engine, it was connected by 2 hoses to the EGR pick up tube.
I unplugged the sensor and the car started, I drove it to the parts store and replaced the part and it ran great after.
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I looked at info for your security system, it is starter motor disable. I didn't see 06 ford Taurus in my database, so I looked at 05.
Battery has a full charge and battery connections all good?
We can usually do some tests to see if starter motor will crank the engine, but, if the security is the problem, it still won't start.
You can check for applicable trouble codes? Try a different key?
The dash lights coming on doesn't mean your battery is strong enough to turn the car over. That being said, I would lean towards the starter also. I would just have the battery chkd out before you go replacing other things just to be sure. Good luck to you.
In the diagram, the top wires are voltage to ignition switch, hot all the time, use a test lite to check for voltage, you can see the wire colors. The bottom wires go hot with key in the proper position, check them for voltage, also. I started to trouble shoot your power windows, figuring if you fix one component, it may fix the others. I guess it's 6 of one or 1/2 dozen of another. Several ways to troubleshoot.
Any applicable trouble codes?
It there is a problem with the dash, there is probably no power to the anti theft module in your ignition. The car is in anti theft mode due to not being able to read your key transponder. Basically if it cant read the key, it thinks its being stolen. Either fix the dash lights, or fully bypass the security. All the security info you need is on here including how to bypass it. http://vatspasslockpasskeysecurityhelp.yolasite.com/
The first thing to do is to check for power at the starter, the big wire should have power at all times then have someone turn the key and hold it in the crank postion and test for power at the small connection at the starter if theres power then you have a bad starter, if theres no power then check the ignition swith and the wiring to in and see if it throws power in the crank spot and last if that checks out check the neutral safety switch, make sure power is flowing through that in park or neutral.
Sounds like stuck starter moter solenoid. Get a mate to tap the solenoid (smaller cylinder attached to the starter motor side) with a hammer, quite hard, while you repeatedly turn the start key on & off. If no joy (and this is needed anyway) have starter removed and reconditioned.