Yes, it is in the PDB next to the battery.
The starter relay is inside the starter. You will need to replace the starter.
In the Power Box next to battery.
No , they are different.
Yes, the power goes through the relay before the starter gets it so if the relay is bad, there is no power to the starter.
If the starter bolts are difficult to remove on a 1997 Ford Taurus, they were probably put on using an air wrench. An air wrench can be used to remove them or a product called Liquid Wrench.
check your starter or starter relay.
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The 1992 Ford Taurus starter solenoid is bolted onto the side of the starter itself. The starter is at the rear of the engine at the bell housing.
That wire is from the starter relay and is responsible for engaging the starter when you turn the key. It connects to the starter solenoid before you put the positive lead back on the starter.
Yes, they do. The older ones had a starter solenoid, but all of Ford's new ones have a starter relay.
there it is http://mywiperblades.com/1997-ford-taurus-wipers.htm
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