first off there isn't a fan belt on the 99' so if your fan isn't working its a burned up motor, or the fuse has been triped.
The 1999 Ford Taurus does not have a timing belt. It has a chain that requires no maintenance.
You releave the pursure on the fan belt with a 3/8
look at the diagram that's on the fan shroud
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It IS a belt - and the factory change recommendation is at 105,000 miles or every 10 years.
there will be some arrows you can change at the top and bottom, hope this helps:)
there is a serpentine belt that powers the ac, fan , water pump, and all that.
There is no Chain Belt only
you just do what mark on the crank is TDC
You have to unscrew the motor mount srews.
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you might want to try and change belt pully tensioner
google daewoo nubira fan belt & select "images", there you will see a diagram of how it goes.
Check next page for answer.....same circumstance basically
The defrost fuse on the 99 Ford Taurus is located in the interior fuse box. It is in the number 26 slot.
Drain hole is underneath on the fan belt side, loosen the bolt and out it comes, be ready. There is a diagram in the service manual, google one if you don't have one.
im pretty sure any 96-99 Taurus are all the same im pretty sure any 96-99 Taurus are all the same
99 Honda passport has a timing belt.
Well the problem is that they do not have fan belts. You were looking at the wrong car.
You have to remove the engine mount on the left side of the motor, loosen the tensioner with a 3/8 ratchet, and slip the belt out
check or change: hoses for blockage, thermostat operation or blocked radiator..
look at how to set timing mark for 99 daewoo,explained it there