need to check transmission fluid level/ or transaxle fluid level
Check the thermostat. Another reason could be the head gaskets are blown.
check the thermostat or the fan motor could be the problem or a leak in radiator. just a thought
check fuse under dash driver side if not check switch on door
Check battery cables Loose ground cable Check starter solenoid Check neutral switch
check your linkage follow it fron the fire wall to the tranny and if it is all in tacked check your fluid level when the car is running and in neutral i just went through this it could be the front pump shaft they break off My torque converter mounting flanges sheared off -- defective torque converter as the vehicle only had 62k miles of easy driving and proper transmission maintenance (fluid and filter changes). This was on a 1995 Taurus -- AODE transaxle. Cost me just under $800 to have the stealership replace same. My bad on the above response; the center tube, which is sleeved in order to receive the transaxle first gear motion shaft, had sheared at the welds to the torque converter body. Not a pretty site. Stealership said that he has seen a number of there. Note: Ford changed suppliers at least once on these torque converters for the AODE transxle.
Check fuses. They both could have the same fuse.
On a 2002 Ford Taurus : You could have the gear shift lever up by the steering wheel or by the floor console for your automatic transmission And , if you mean the automatic transaxle ( transmission ) fluid level dipstick , it is near the firewall between the engine and the brake fluid reservoir in the engine compartment
another name is smog pump.this could cause light to come on.
my transmission is not shifting on my 2005 Ford Taurus what could be the problem
Take your car to an auto parts store such as AAA Autoparts or Pepboys. They will check it for free. There are many reasons why the light could come on.
Maf sensor check it they have a cleaner for it. Like 6.99 at auto zone
check your hoses, there could be a vacuum hose with a leak causing this problem
Could be a plugged heater core. Check the engine temp guage. if it is getting warm, your heater core could be plugged or restricted.
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That is a check engine light. It could be many things but it needs to be hooked to a diagnostic machine to determine what the problem is.
The starter could very well be the problem. You should have a mechanic to check the wires leading to the starter first to make sure they are not loose. It could also be the alternator or battery having a charging isue as well. Have a mechanic check the charging system as well.
The Taurus could overheat for several reasons. The coolant could be low, the fan might not be operating properly, or the engine could have a stuck thermostat.
If it is popping out of gear only under acceleration and not other times this could mean there is a transaxle problem. May be time for a rebuild. Make sure there are no problems with the shifter bushings both under the shifter and at the transaxle nosecone. Otherwise be prepared to get a new transaxle.
If the check engine light is on, use a code scanner to find out why.
yes they could but it depends on the position of the cam. the valves could be stuck in an open postion and then the piston comes up and could strike the valve. this is a bad scenario and i hope it doesnt happen to you
Check the ignition module. They can fail when hot
Check the Fuses real quick. If not it could be related to a computer issue... Thanks Ford lol
Check the squealers (breaks), wheel bearings (inner/outer at the hub), check the fanbelt (sound could be isolated to one side and your just hearing it that way)