What year model and what engine? The 3.0L V6 engines seem to hold up better than the 3.8L V6 engines. The 3.8L engines are more likely to have head gasket problems. Also I've found that the 96 and newer Sables are a bit more reliable than 95 and older. Also the Ford Taurus and the Mercury Sable are basically the same car. All mechanical parts are exactly the same. The engine, trans, and so on are the same. The interior is the same depending on the trim package, aside from the Sable or Taurus name badges. Most sheetmetal such as hood and fenders are different as are most lights. But all in all they are the same car. Hope this helps. If you have more questions contact me at fordfinds@Yahoo.comMy collection was/is:
They should, I think the cars are the same in the "middle". I hope that helps.
Usually that would be the case, however their are variations in both cars.
Only the Mercury Sable has the same hub center, below is a list of all rims with the same bolt pattern.
the Ford Taurus is essentially the same car. the 3.0 engine is also used here. stay away from the 3.8 engine found in these cars.
If "heater coil" is just another term for "Heater core", then yes, most all cars have them.See "Related Questions" below for tons of information about Taurus / Sable heater cores.
depending on the years yes the older cars interchage
A key is needed to enter, lock, and unlock many Mercury Sable cars. A key is also needed to start the engine.
Taurus (Ford), Thunderbird (Ford), Topaz (Mercury), Town Car (Lincoln) and Trans Am (Pontiac) are cars. They begin with the letter T.
There is a thermostat on all cars.
Taurus (Ford), Terraza (Buick), Tesla and Thunderbird (Ford) are cars. Additional cars include Topaz (Mercury), Toronado (Oldsmobile), Town Car (Lincoln), Toyota and Trans Am (Pontiac).
According to the official Ford website, http://www.fordvehicles.com/cars/taurus/, the MSRP for a Taurus Sedan is $25,170.
Chevrolet Impala, Ford Taurus, Mercury Sable, Ford 500, Nissan Maxima, Toyota Avalon, Honda Accord 2003-up to name a few.
· T-Bird (Ford Thunderbird) · Taurus (Ford) · Terraza (Buick) · Thunderbird (Ford) · Topaz (Mercury) · Tracer (Mercury) · Torino (Ford) · Toronado (Oldsmobile) · Town Car (Lincoln) · Toyota · Trans Am (Pontiac) · Triumph
Maverick (Ford)Monterey (Mercury)Mountaineer (Mercury)Model T (Ford)Mondeo (Ford)Mustang (Ford)Mystique (Mercury)Montego (Mercury)
You can get the full engine specs on the Ford Website. Here is the link for the 2011 Ford Taurus: http://www.fordvehicles.com/cars/taurus/specifications/engine/
I would have to say say some older model Taurus 82-91
YES. Every 1986-2007 Ford Taurus is front wheel drive (if you don't count the NASCAR stock cars that were labeled 'Ford Taurus').
The Ford Contour and Mercury Mystique here in the USA used the same spec motors, and in europe, the Mondeo used the same motors from the early '90s till around 2002. You can also mount a 3.0L duratec from a Taurus, Sable, or Escape, though the swap process is a little daunting for most people.
A Ford Taurus 1999
Unfortunately, no. The 1991 Taurus / Sable had a one-of-a-kind transmission. They are only intertchangable with the same year and car family. There are some early 1992 cars that have the same transmission as the 1991. A transmission shop could give you more information.
ford Taurus, Pontiac Trans am, geo Tracker
Chevy Monte Carlo Ford Taurus and more
Taurus, Thunderbird and Torino are car models from Ford. Toyota and Triumph are cars.
The Ford Taurus and Escort are not cheap cars (as far as quality goes). Speaking financially, they are cheaper than some competitors and are also great on saving gas money in the long run as well!