I am in the process of doing this. I simply unsnapped the black plastic cover, the top came off and the bottom simply moved to the right out of my way. (i did indeed break some of the plastic, but with it being there simply to keep the wires from touching the engine, I will just tape where necessary when replacing.)
See the "Related Link" below for a comprehensive, photo-illustrated conversation on replacing the camshaft synchronizer. Also see "Related Questions" below
The camshaft position sensor is located beneath the wheel on a 1998 Ford Taurus 6 cylander Dohc.
If you are talking about a 3.0 (12 valve), it is on the camshaft position synchronizer at the rear of the engine under the engine control wiring harness, below the thermostat housing area. If you are talking about a 3.0 (24 valve), it bolts to the front of the timing cover with an 8mm bolt.
I had a 94 & 96 taurus and you had to take the ash tray out to get to it.
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It is located on the right hand side of the engine (you standing at the front of the car) under the wiring harness going up into the engine to the left of the throttle cable. Real pain to get at and replace but can be done with no special tools. 7/32 in. wrench is the only way to get at it.
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Get a shop manual. This is a complex procedure.
Most likely only the fuse needs replacing. Fuse for sure.
The price for replacing a reservoir in a 1997 Ford Taurus varies by retailer. As of 2014 they average between 19.50 to 26.99.
How many quarts of transmission fluid does a 2004 Taurus 3.0 OHV require when draining transmission and replacing filter
You can "readily" do it yourself! The hub/bearing assembly is held onto the steering knuckle with 3 bolts. See "Related Questions" below for more
Check around the reservior for a wire harness going to there. Try tapping on it.
It is under the water pump you have to take the timing belt cover off and it is the only sensor there
The camshaft turns one half turn for every full turn of the crankshaft.
I am in the process of changing mine now. You have to remove part of the throttle assembly and unplug some things to be able to move the wiring harnass enough to get to the bolts. It's not really to bad though I fear I might need to replace the entire assembly requiring me to remove the intake and entire throttle assembly. My 02 Taurus SE runs fine but squeeks from the assembly. Hopefully your Taurus only needs the sensor. S
Not much, only 8-10 ft.lbsSee "Related Questions" below for a full discussion on replacing Taurus/Sable thermostats
Located in timing cover under front valve cover
The way that you change a high mount brake light on a 2007 Taurus is by first prying the light assembly from the housing. You then push rearward to remove it from the retaining clips. Next, life the light assembly from the shelf and disconnect the assembly wiring. Replace the light assembly and reverse directions to put the light housing back where it goes.
You can change a flat tire on a Ford Taurus Wagon by first removing the lug nuts, pulling it off, and replacing with the spare tire.
The current model of the Ford Taurus (formerly the Five Hundred) as well as the Lincoln MKS are manufactured at Ford's Chicago Assembly Plant in Chicago, Illinois.
Just costed me $700 for fuel pump replacement
There are 4 long screws holding it, did you get then all.
A coil pack assembly is a coil that controls 4 or more cylinder using separate igntion wires for each. On a Taurus it will control the 6 cylinders.
The wheel bearings in the 1996 and newer Taurus / Sables cannot be greased.See "Related Questions" below for information / procedures for replacing wheel bearings.