You could repair it yourself, but by the time you buy the parts, resurface the piston cylinder with specialized tools, and spend all that time, you're much better off purchasing a re-built caliper.
See "Related Questions" below for more specifics and details on the procedures.
High pressure coolant is blowing out through a small hole in your heater core, it will need to be repaired or replaced. If it is warm out it might be AC refrigerant leaking.
The number to Taurus customer service is 305-624-1115.
depends on the year, engine type, and what is needed to be repaired. i replaced the trans on a taurus a few years ago and it cost $2700 with labor. hope this helps.
Proper Torx bit or wrench for caliper C-Clamp to retract piston to get it off the disc
If a transmission is leaking fluid, it is likely that a seal or gasket has failed. Replace the gaskets and seals and the leaking should stop.
To replace brake pads and rotor: Unbolt wheel, unbolt caliper, remove caliper, unbolt caliper bracket, remove rotor, replace rotor, bolt up bracket, compress caliper, replace pads, replace caliper, bolt up caliper, bolt up wheel, repeat whole thing on other side...
Sounds like a heater hose got left loose or maybe one of the hoses are leaking a little.
Remove brake caliper and caliper frame, then take out rear spindle and remove bearing from it. Refit new one opposite way.
Remove the brake caliper, then the caliper frame mounting. ( just two bolts on the inside of knuckle) Now the rotor is free to come off.
your heater core is leaking i would replace it.
It depends on where it is leaking. If it is the lines it is cheap. Anything else it is not.
You need a 13mm box wrench.
Replaced by other models.
It is possible depending on the amount of damage,but there are plenty of 93 Taurus used parts available.Check with an auto wrecker it should be a inexpensive part.
You can't repair it. It must be replaced.You can't repair it. It must be replaced.
Try www.autoplazaford.com. They are a Ford dealership in St. Louis with mechanics on staff.
Probably something close to a 21 millimeter
Have the speed sensor replaced.
Changing the caliper is an extension to the changing the brakes procedure.The 'extension' is to disconnect the brake line/hose from the caliper.Next extra step is to bleed the brakes - since the new caliper is going to be full of air when you first hook it up.See "Related Questions" below for more extensive coverage of the procedures...
You have to remove caliper and rotor, punch out old lug and press in a new one.
You need 15 and 18 mm wrench.
I'd focus on the ABS wheel sensor. See "Related Questions" below for more
I just had mine replaced and there were 3 total.
You have to remove the entire caliper and brake rotor and punch out the old stud and press in a new one.
The size of a transmission pan in a Ford Taurus is usually 5/16x18. However, this may vary if you've had the pan replaced in the past.