Check your brake lights,if they are not working it could be your brake light switch or a fuse.If you have no current to your brake lights you will have no current to your shifter release solenoid.If that's not it,could be release solenoid itself.
Blend door actuator failure.
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
It could very well be the catalatic convertor on the engine. Have it checked out.
Depending on the vehicle, a faulty VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) could affect the automatic transmission shift points.
It could mean Automatic Data Processing, that is, using a computer for working with data.
That or the thermostat.
It could be low of ATF automatic transmssion fluid. Check it. The pump could have failed also.
my transmission is not shifting on my 2005 Ford Taurus what could be the problem
There could be several things wrong with the 2006 Taurus. The car may need transmission fluid or even a new transmission.
If your gear shift is freezing it could be because your clutch is not longer working. If you have an automatic then your transmission may be slipping.
There could be a number of reasons why the automatic stick will not go into gear on a 2006 Ford Taurus.A few of the things could be a bad shifter, low transmission fluid, or even a bad tranny.
It is a good possibility, refer to your owners manual and it will tell you what location the fuse is and what the Amp rating is.
This is a internal problem, I had same thing wrong and I replaced all I could then brought it to shop and he said the bands are slipping
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.
You could probably get parts and wiring from the salvage yard and finagle you one together.
It could have either the automatic or manual transmissions
The automatic could be had on all Dodge Challenger models.
( 18.0 gallons ) according to the 2000 Ford Taurus owner Guide
you could get it with an automatic or a 4 speed manual.
No - air conditioning is a different system and they don't cross paths until the air is in the ductwork inside the cabin.
I was told that it is the temp sensor. The car needs to be at 150 degrees. I am working on the same problem.