the heating controls are electronic and vacuum controlled if you take out the radio/heater/ac cluster, there are around 5 vacuum lines going to 1 switch..
This door controls the flow of the air through the heatercore - the more air moving through the core, the hotter the air being blown into the car.
This actuator motor is one of the most common causes of heater problems in modern Ford vehicles.
Look for clear w/colored stripes rubber hoses behind the dash and up by the firewall to the right of the gas pedal.
See "Related Questions" regarding the "radio converter kit" for detailed instructions.
See "Related Questions" below for much more about trouble-shooting Taurus/Sable heating problems.
Yes. Look in your owner manual for the fuse location. however if the heater turns on, but isn't warm, check your coolant level.
No 2011 Mercury Sable model , but there is a 2011 Ford Taurus
No, a Generation 2 (1992-1995) Taurus/Sable Windshield will NOT fit a Generation 3 (1996-1999) Ford Taurus/Sable.
No they do not
The Mercury Sable and the Ford Taurus will have DOC in printed on the engine if they are dual overhead cam engines. The symbol should be on the top of the engine.
Yes, it does.
Yes, it is identical.
You have to learn all the new controls(??)Seriously though - See "Related Questions" below for more information about dash converter kits for this generation of Taurus / Sable and how to install an after-market unit.
Yes, they will fit.
Just one handles the job. See "Related Questions" below for more about Taurus/Sable fuel pumps
99% sure the Taurus radiator will be a perfect match to the Sable's.
Ford Motor Company, Dearborn Michigan, produces the Ford Taurus, and it's fraternal twin, Mercury Sable
Ford Motor Company makes Fords, Lincolns & Mercurys. The Mercury Sable is the same car as a Ford Taurus, just different names and a little different trim. they use the same parts.
Only if you have the electronic climate controls - set a temperature and the system maintains it automatically. See "Related Questions" below for much more about Taurus/Sable heating systems. That might help you get a 'handle' on what your system is, or is not, doing.
Ford Taurus parts of the same era.
Could be sucking air into intake.
Yes, I have them on my Taurus, identical body.
The critical piece of information is missing from the original question: which sensor of the dozens of sensors in the typical Taurus / Sable
I believe the "Related Question" below specifically addresses replacing the door glass on a Taurus / Sable.
You run the engine till warm then look underneath and see if the pump is leaking. A faulty pump leak is very visible in Taurus/Sable.
There are many solenoids on a Taurus/Sable.But, the most popular of all is the starter solenoid.See "Related Questions" below for more about that one...
No - the relationships are:Ford Taurus => Mercury SableFord Contour => Mercury MystiqueThis applies to all model years
anyone have the answer