What oil 1996 Ford Taurus sho?
According to the 1996 Ford Taurus Owner Guide :
The 3.4 liter V8 engine in a 1996 Ford Taurus SHO takes :
( 6.5 U.S. quarts of 5W-30 engine oil with engine oil filter change )
The Ford Taurus SHO (letters pronounced separately), which is a pumped up version of the Ford Taurus, was originally produced from 1989 to 1999. In 2009, for release in the model year 2010, a remake was produced under the moniker Ford Taurus SHO (pronounced 'show'). SHO stands for "Super High Output". The gen2 (`89-`95) had a 3.4L Yamaha DOHC engine. the gen3 (`96-`98) had a 32 valve V8.
I believe the fuel filter is the same between the regular models and the SHO. See "Related Questions" below for lots of detail on Taurus/Sable fuel filters. As a matter of mentioning, the fuel filter is essentially the same since the Taurus/Sable introduction back in 1986 (my first was an 87 and current is a 98 Sable).
most likely the the lincoln becAuse they do have more horse power but the sho does have a chance but if u had like a 90 sho then im almost positive the sho would give that ls a fight Actually even though the 2000 Lincoln has a 3.9 liter 257 HP engine and 5 speed transmission and weighs only about 100 lbs more than the 1996 Taurus, SHO, the Taurus stock does 1/4 mile in…
The 1993 Taurus SHO with 3.8L V6 has 220 H.P. and 222 TQ. Answer this is in response to the first answer... ford never made a 3.8L SHO the SHO was 3.0L or 3.2L... the 3.8L was an available motor which opened up more options like leather seats, auto-nighttime light, and JBL high quality audio. the SHO motors have at least 260HP out of their 3.2L, its all about the compression ratio, timing, exhaust and…