The blue symbol on the grill. It's oval. Trade it in!!
intermittent starting problems on ford taurus. sometimes starts within 3-4 revolutions, other times will crank over without starting.
it could be the crank sensor as it is a problem for the altimas.
There are several things that can cause your 2002 Ford Taurus to hesitate when accelerating. A dirty air filter will cause the problem.
This problem could be caused by a problem with your alternator. It may also be an electrical or wiring issue. It would probably be best to go to a mechanic to find and fix the specific cause in your case.
probably ignition control module failure
true or false can overheated system can cause intermittent problems or cause the systme to reboot or refuse to boot
If the light comes on there is a code. Have the code checked and fix the cause. If the light is on with no codes, then you have a computer problem.
I have an 1998 A6 2.4. I was getting a lot of intermittent starting problems- especially when the engine was warm, i.e. after a cold start. The problem was a faulty Coolant sender. There was also a lot of corrosion in the connector to the coolant sender. It's a little fiddly to get at - you have to remove sthe flexible air intake hose and the housing for the air filter. The new sender was only £12 + vat.
Intermittent starting problems in a Daewoo vehicle might be caused by a number of things. The ignition module is a good place to start. Check for broken or loose wires. Also check the spark plug sensors, the battery, the MAP sensor and the EGR valve.
Can a bad fuse cause the problem? If so Which fuse?
A problem with the system and depending on what type of problem depends on wether or not they wiil function properly
I had a similar problem in a taurus. I had to replace the alternator.
I had an intermittent problem with that sensor on my PA. When the error code in the computer was checked, it showed up as a problem. I had it replaced. The cam sensor can cause a similar problem.
My 2000 has an intermittent problem with the rear fan quitting. I found the plug on the fan to be loosing contact.
what will cause a Ford Taurus 1998 24 valve to overheat
I have a 1999 KIA Sportage and experience the mysterious hard starting problem on an intermittent basis. I have found a solid shot of starter fluid into the air intake line just behind the Mass Airflow Sensor usually does the trick. As to why the problem exists or what is the root cause of the problem, that is still quite the enigma. Hope it helps. AD
if clicking but not starting dead battery if it starts it's one of the many relays that open and close during startup
A bad battery terminal(s) connection, bad ground, bad ignition switch, bad starter.
Check the fuel pressure. There should be a test port near the throttle body. If that checks out OK, test the spark to make sure the coil packs are working. If everything checks out, try a little starting fluid to see if you can run the engine briefly that way. If it will start with starting fluid and not without, you have a fuel delivery problem and you need to go back through and test everything along the way. If you have good pressure to the test port, that's not the problem.
Could be a number of things, but its definitely an electrical problem. Most likely a bad connection from starter motor to battery. Check all leads. Could be a bad ground connection. Could also be the ignition switch.
will this cause your pick up not to run
Yes, that is true.
Yes, a corroded battery can cause an intermittent voltage drop.