1993 came equipped with R-12. Sorry, but that kind of refrigerant is VERY expensive, and you cannot buy it without a licence. If the system has not already been converted to R-134a, then you may want to consider it. You can go to a parts store, and ask the parts counter person to help you figure out what parts you need and how to do it. If you do get some R-12, try it--it's pretty easy--buy a bottle that has a pressure indicator on it, and insert its nozzle into one of the refrigerant valves, under the hood, that sticks up (they're usually silver-colored--check your car's manual, or online info sources, for exact location). Follow the instructions that come with the canister of refrigerant. If you don't know whether anything else is wrong with your car's air conditioning, this is the first thing to try, but be aware that often this won't fix the problem, as the problem may be elsewhere. One cause is sometimes a stuck air blend door, which you might be able to get to by removing the glove compartment (instructions are to be found on the internet--otherwise, you'd have to remove the entire dashboard), but one way to test whether the blend door is stuck, is to listen for its motor humming as you move the hot-to-cold dial back and forth between hot and cold. If you hear the motor humming when you do this, and no clicking (caused by a stuck blend door), the motor is probably OK, but the blend door may have broken loose from the blend door motor. Getting inside and taking a look will tell you what's happening with these parts.
Your 1993 Ford Taurus air conditioning system has a Freon capacity of 5.5 pounds. You should never overfill the air conditioning Freon.
Chances are your leaking freon. There may be a leak in one of the seals.
low-side charging port, located on top of the accumulator/drier, on the passenger's side firewall under the hood.
1993-95 for most.
The 1989 Taurus has larger headlights separate from the turn signal(corner lamp) The 1993 Taurus has more slender headlights joined to the corner lamp.
32 ounces of freon for all three engine sizes......
None will work.
my 1993 accord doesnt have spark
1.88 pounds of 134
What type of freon does a 1993 cougar use
On a 1993 Ford Taurus GL : That would be the 3.0 litre " Vulcan " V6 or the optional 3.8 litre V6
OEM refrigerant which came installed in 1993 was Freon R12. I suggest you convert it to R134a if it has not already been converted. R12 is far to expensive.
It doesnt matter the only available refrigerant is R134a and if you have an R12 system it must be retrofitted R134 is about $20 a pound and R12, if you can find it, is about $150 a pound
The Ford Taurus.
The 1993 Ford Taurus does have a cabin air filter. It is located near the firewall below the windshield on the passenger side.
On a 1993 Ford Taurus : firewall 1-----2-----3 4-----5-----6 front of vehicle > driver
For a 1993 Ford Taurus : ( DOT 3 brake fluid meeting Ford specification ESA-M6C25-A )
There is many different types of Freon. If the freon that you are trying to use is R-22 then you have to have a EPA certification to handle that freon. This freon is considered ozone depleteing. Now there is freon out there that is not ozone depleting like the freon in cars made after 1993. That is called R-134a which is sold everywhere even in Wal-Mart.
It depends on the year but in most cases from 1993 and up they will use R134a freon but you can always check the VIN number with the dealer and remember that R134a freon will have larger service ports that R-12 freon............
The 1993 Ford Taurus ignition module is located behind the dashboard. The ignition module, can be found on the drivers side of the dashboard.
There is no specific information pertaining to a 1993 Ford Taurus's towing capacity. However, the Ford Taurus in general can tow about 2,000 pounds.
the '93 Taurus has a 16 gallon tank