Why does 98 Ford Taurus with 68000 miles air conditioning and vents stop working and blow hot air?
Go look at this awnser,,, http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_can%27t_I_get_hot_air_or_cold_air_in_my_1997_Ford_Taurus_the_heater_core_hoses_are_hot_and_the_air_condition_pipes_cold
Okay well I have a 1999 Ford Taurus and I have heard that when a Taurus reaches about 120,000 miles the tranny is bound to fail. Mine revs up real high and feels like I'm driving in neutral and has a smell. When it happens my speedometer stops working, which is powered by the tranny. Hope that helps you.
Im looking in to buying a 2006 Chevy hhr with 23000 miles on it for 15000 is that a good deal it has alloy wheels and leather interior?
Should i buy a 1994 Nissan maxima in great shape 119000 miles 1200 price air conditioning not working should i buy?
The average life span of a 2003 Ford Taurus is probably about 250,000 miles. This does not take into account the regular maintenance of the vehicle or how and where the car is driven. Many cars will last well past 250,000 miles if they are taken care of with regular maintenance and good driving habits.