Here is advice for finding the thermostat: * Follow the upper radiator hose from the radiator to the engine and there is a housing that houses the thermostat. Take it off and when you reinstall the thermostsat, make sure the spring goes toward the engine. * The thermostat is located on the motor block under the three bolt flang that the top rediator hose connects to. Remove the three 10MM bolts and the thermostat can be removed for replacement. * 1. Remove the air cleaner air duct from the throttle body and air cleaner. * 2. Follow the upper radiator hose to the engine to locate the thermostat housing. The housing is located at the front of the intake manifold. * 3. Loosen the hose clamp, then detach the hose from the fitting. This can be difficult. If it's stuck, grasp with a pair of adjustable pliers and twist to break the seal. Then pull it off. * 4. Remove the bolts and detach the housing cover. Be prepared some coolant may leak out as the gasket seal is broken. Remove the thermostat. * 5. Install the new o-ring onto the thermostat (no gasket is needed) and install the thermostat into the intake manifold with the spring side pointing toward the engine. * 6. Make sure the air release valve is in the up 12 o'clock position. Install housing cover and bolts. Reattach the hose fitting and tighten the hose clamp. Fill the cooling system with a 50/50 mix of coolant and water, and burp the system.
2001-2005 Ford Taurus Car Radio Stereo Wiring Diagram
1997-2000 Ford Taurus Car Stereo Radio Wiring Diagram
1992-1996 Ford Taurus Car Stereo Radio Wiring Diagram
1986-1991 Ford Taurus Car Stereo Radio Wiring Diagram
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If you are installing a new radio, do yourself a huge favor and don't cut those wires!
Purchase a radio wiring harness, which will include the information about what wires are for what, and vastly simplify the entire process!
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Haynes has a generic stereo wiring diagram in the back of their books but as for the actual wiring of the stereo itself, I don't know.
or go to www.modifiedlife.com it has alot of different wiring diagrams
This may help a little if you haven't had an answer yet. I had to rewire my aftermarket stereo to work with the '98 Taurus which uses basically the same system as a '96 model. Although some of my color coding isn't the OEM standard so it won't help you here. You need to buy a new speaker harness if you are changing out the stereo because first off, the tuner is in the back of the car on the driver side trunk. The radio is actually just a receiver in this model of vehicle between the years of 1996-1999. There is no antenna line running to the front. But, if you need to know the wire colors start writing them down; you can find the speaker wires on the left plug that is going into the tuner (in the trunk).
This may help: http://www.modifiedlife.com/1997-ford-taurus-car-radio-stereo-wiring-diagram/
I couldn't find one for the 1996, but like I said, it should be about the same if not exact.
If you need more help, talk to a specialist at a local car audio shop.
speakers are as follows:
Front Left: Orange/Lt Green (+) Blue/White (-)
Front Right: White/Green (+) Green/Orange (-)
Rear Left: Grey/Blue (+) Tan/Yellow (-)
Rear Right: Orange/Red (+) Brown/pink (-)
Constant 12v+ Green/Yellow
Switched 12v+ Yellow/Black
The "Brain" for this radio is in the rear left quarter panel.. they piece in the dash is just a display and cassette player..
The front speakers located in the front doors I believe are 6 inch speakers. The rear speakers are 6 inch X 9 inch speakers.
1992-93 Mercury Sable Stereo Wiring:
Front Speakers 6 1/2" Doors (2x) Rear Speakers 5" x 7" Rear Deck (2x)
Constant 12V+ Green/Yellow Switched 12V+ Yellow/Black Ground Black/Light Green Illumination Light Blue/Red Dimmer n/a Antenna Trigger Orange/Blue Antenna Right Front Left Front (+) Orange/Light Green Left Front (-) Light Blue/White Right Front (+) White/Light Green Right Front (-) Dark Green/Orange Left Rear (+) Pink/Light Green Left Rear (-) Dark Blue/Orange Right Rear (+) Pink/Light Blue Right Rear (-) Tan/White
Most of the speakers are 5X7 (6X8 is considered the same). For the exact answer you can go to Crutchfield.com and use there site to figure it out, you just type in the make and model and they will tell you exactly what size each speaker is.
Crutchfield.com is an audio and video retailer specializing in cars. They have powerful tools for determining what fits each and every vehicle, including speakers.
On the homepage, point at the "Car Audio and Video" menu and select "Outfit My Car". Follow those prompts and you'll know the specifications for each component in your Sable.
Btw, I'm a very satisfied customer of theirs. Awesome customer service and very competitive pricing.
1992 Radio wiring diagram
Just a small correction and amplification on the speaker sizes in a '94 Taurus. The rears are 6 x 8 and the fronts are 6 1/2. This is from my Chiltons and Crutchfield. Steve H.
Go to www.the12volt.com they will have your diagram for free...
1995 Ford Taurus Car Stereo Wiring Diagram Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: Light Green/Yellow
Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: Yellow/Black
Car Radio Ground Wire: Black
Car Radio Illumination Wire: Light Blue/Red
Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: N/A
Car Stereo Antenna Trigger Wire: Orange/Light Blue
Car Stereo Amp Trigger Wire: N/A
Car Stereo Amplifier Location: N/A
Car Audio Front Speakers Size: N/A
Car Audio Front Speakers Location: N/A
Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Orange/Light Green
Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Light Blue/White
Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): White/Light Green
Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Dark Green/Orange
Car Audio Rear Speakers Size: N/A
Car Audio Rear Speakers Location: N/A
Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Pink/Light Green
Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Dark Blue/Orange
Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Pink/Light Blue
Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Tan/White
www.the12volt.com look for diagrams
I can't quite remember the exact colours of the wires, But I can tell you that the actual stereo is located in the trunk of the car, above the left wheel well. That is where you'll find your speeker wires if that is what you're looking for. After you locate them, I'm sure you can figure out wich is wich
Where is it at I want to know
The fuel filter is on the drivers side frame rail, inner side, located at the center of the drivers side door (for a 4 door). Before attempting to remove the fuel lines from the filter you must DEPRESSURIZE THE FUEL SYSTEM! First pop open the gas filler cap and release any pressure from the gas tank. Next you must release the pressure in the fuel lines and intake manifold by releasing the pressure at the Schrader valve (like the ones on your tires) located to the left of the intake manifold on the fuel rail (as you are standing at the front of the car). Stuff a rag below the valve and depress the valve. You should wear gloves and safety glasses, as gas will come out of the valve. Do not do this over a recently driven hot engine. Depress until no pressure releases from the valve. To remove the filter, you will need a special tool called a "quick release" to remove the fuel lines from the filter. Don't worry, the tool is a simple plastic ring (available at most auto parts stores $5-$15) that releases she spring clip. Ask for the fuel line "quick release" tools. Gather a drip pan and place under the filter, you will be releasing one to three ounces of gas from the lines so be prepared. Again wear safety glasses and gloves. Pop off the two safety clips from the filter ends. Snap your "quick release" disconnect ring over the filter inlet tube and push the ring into the bell-shaped fuel line end. While holding the tool slide the fuel line away from the filter. Repeat on the other fuel line. Pull out the old filter from the spring clamp, install new filter, push on fuel lines, (they should click into place, test by trying to pull the line off). Snap the safety clips back on and you're done. Go wash up, you stink.... ;)
ABS, anti-lock brake systems are actually pretty basic:
See "Related Questions" below for more ABS information
As I was poking around the truck trying to figure it out. My wife asked wouldn't that information be in the owners manual? I said "naaaa" they don't put that kind of information in the owners manual. The only thing I found was two really small screws located on the inside edge as you open the tailgate. As I was loosening these screws my wife found the information IN THE OWNERS MANUAL on page 294. "Replacing tail/brake/turn/backup lamp bulbs: 1.) Make sure the headlamp switch is in the OFF position, then open the liftgate to expose the lamp assembly screws. 2.) Remove the two screws from the lamp assembly. 3.) Pull the lamp assembly towards the rear and side of the vehicle at an angle carefully removing it from the vehicle. 4.) Rotate the bulb socket counterclockwise and remove from the lamp assembly. 5.) Pull the bulb straight out of the socket and push in the new bulb. 6.) To complete installation, follow the removal procedure in reverse order." Note---> These screws are only screwed into plastic! Do NOT overtighten them!
* Remove the screws from the top of the instrument panel. Set the parking brake and pull the shift lever down to improve access. Rotate the instrument panel to gain access to the back. The black bulb holders house the panel lights, the tan bulb holders house the sensor lights. Reach behind and grip the back of one of the holders. Twist it counter clockwise and pull outwards. Burned out bulbs will have a black coating. Replace with an identical bulb (194). * I recommend replacing all bulbs while it is out (they all went in at the same time, they are all likely to burn out about the same time) Check the link below for Auto Zone directions to remove the Instrument Panel
The technique for driving a vehicle fitted a non-sychromesh is to match the engine speed to the transmission speed by raising or lowering the engine speed.
The technique to change up is this:
The number of revolutions per minute to reduce depends on the normal gap between the gears (usually 600 to 800 rpm), whether the vehicle is speeding up or slowing down
The technique to downshift is
Again, the amount to increase depends on the transmission and vehicle acceleration.
There is no real substitute for practice.
If the speeds are not matched, the gears cannot engage, no matter how hard the gearstick is pushed.
If the gear does not engage, then the engine speed needs to be adjusted. Generally a high pitched grind indicates the engine is too fast, and a lower pitched grind indicates the engine is too slow.
If the gear cannot be engaged, the vehicle needs to be stopped as it is very dangerous to let a vehicle coast in neutral while the driver is hunting for a gear.
I believe that is 17 U.S. gallons for the steel tank
It's in the right front passenger footwell , in the corner , by the kick panel , just above
Open the drivers door and in the drivers end of the dash you will see a removable
plastic cover panel . The fuses are behind the panel
It tells you in the vehicle manual that is in your car
According to www . fuel economy . gov ( no spaces )
For the 1997 Ford Explorer with the 5.0 liter V8 engine
( 12 city / 17 highway )
Underneath the Explorer , just ahead of the rear bumper
Open the drivers door , on the drivers end of the dash is a small removable plastic
cover panel , the fuses are behind the panel
If you want to see a fuse panel diagram :
Click on the link below , Click on Owner Guides , the owners manual which includes
the diagram can be viewed on-line
Inside the front of the left front fender, behind the splash guard inside the wheel well. Reach from under the car to feel the horn. Removing the left front tire and splash guard will make it a lot easier to get to the horn.
Ford Explorer Fuel Capacities are: * 2-Door 17.5 Gallons * 4-Door 21.0 Gallons For Four door 2008 Ford Explorer: the capacity of the gas tank is 23 gallons and its fuel type is Gasoline.
2: Turn the key to the run position (the position before start).
3: Using a small diameter object (paper clip) slide the wire into the hole located underneath the ignition switch on the underside of the column. While pushing up on the pin in the hole, turn the key and pull outward. The tumbler should release and come out.
4: To replace, turn the key in the new cylinder to run.
6: Place the cylinder in the column where the old one came out.
7: Turn the key to the off position and the cylinder is now locked in place.
Roll the window down and disconect the negative battery post:
1. Remove the inside door panel by first removing the screws under the door handle, and at the base of the panel.
2. Next pop off the cover around the handle.
3. Next pry the door panel off with a pry tool starting at the bottom of the door and working your way up.
4. Once the panel is loose, lift it straight up to release it from the top catches of the window "sill". Don't force section by the mirror push down to release tab.
5. Remove the speaker and disconnect the wire plug connecting it.
6. Locate and disconnect the plug for the power mirror behind the speaker cavity.
7. There are three bolts behind the mirror assembly. One is located through a rectangular opening (also used as an upper retainer catch for the door panel). The other two are behind a sticky insulation pad below the rectangular hole. Once the bolts are removed, the mirror assembly can be pulled out.
8. When reattaching the wire fitting for electric mirror be sure you attach or tape the wire away from the window and test that it does not impede the window up and down movement.
9. Reattach panel in reverse order that you removed it.
Check the link on the right for a detailed descrition with photo's
The Ford branded pump lists for over $300 - aftermarket brands run ~ $125-200 here (jan 2009). The labor in the book is 2 hours.
Prices range from $100 - $140 - $200 - $232 (Motorcraft brand!).
It is in the fuel tank. You will have to jack up the rear as high as you can , and secure on jack stands. You will need some help, and hopefully the tank is nearly empty, otherwise you are in for a battle.
The tank is held is with two long straps. Also there is a filler neck and vent hose at the rear of the tank that will have to be disconnected. The tank will have to be lowered and removed. I recommend some help and a good floor jack, with a piece of plywood between the jack and the tank.
Lower the tank slowly while disconnecting fuel lines and wires as they become visible.
Once the tank is removed, you can remove the fuel pump lock ring on top of the tank. It screws off counterclockwise, but it is stubborn. I use a hammer and a big flat screwdriver to get it loose. From there it is self-explanatory. Replace the pump, and reassemble.
See "Related Links" for Autozone's free, online Chilton's Service Manual illustrated procedures for removing the gas tank. This should be an excellent guide even for the later models.
There is also a link to the same repair guide with information on the fuel pump itself. Again, the information should be very applicable to the different model years (a pump is a pump is a pump?)
NOTE: Autozone now requires free registration to access the repair guides. More than worth the extra effort for these photo/illustrated instructions.
Drain the fuel out of the tank, and then drop the tank. Fuel pump is located inside of fuel tank.Answer
See "Related Questions" below for a write-up on the same procedures for a 2000+ Taurus - much of it applies well to the Windstar
It is in the gas tank. Fuel tank must be removed to replace it.
just connect all hoses on fuel tank, drain fuel if there a lot fuel in tank, lower fuel tank by removing the 2 bolts on fuel tank straps you will need special fuel line remover tool to remove fuel lines from fuel pump and just connect wire connector on fuel pump clean off all dirt by fuel pump remove lock ring pull fuel pump outAnswer
The fuel pump is located in the fuel tank. To access it you must drop the tank.
not necessarily most people do but i have cut a hole through the truck or floor if you want to just be very careful if you cut it in the right spot it only has to be a few inches bigger than the pump
On most fuel injected vehicles (maybe all) there are two fuel pumps. The low pressure / high volume pump is in the tank. The high pressure pump that serves the injector manifold is usually mounted on the frame in the engine compartment. The pump you hear at start-up is the one in the tank. Carl
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The third brake light is a flourescent light element (there is actually no bulb) that is one part of a two piece system. The second part is a ballast. The "light" is one inclusive trim package. The "ballast" can be purchased individually. Although there is no way to test which piece has gone bad, in most cases the ballast is the culprit. The ballast is the least expensive at around $100 from you local Ford dealer Open the lift gate and remove the trim panel by pulling the trim tabs (there is a tool available at your local parts store) to access the assemblies. Remove the bolts and disconnect the wires. Remove the nuts that hold the light and disconnect the wires.
It gets about 21 mpg on the highway
This link has photos and steps to replace brake pads and rotors. http://www.explorerforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=122696
Remove the two bolts on either side of the brake hose with the rubber boots. Do not remove the four bolts where the axle ties in. The two bolts to be removed require a 10mm socket/wrench. Loosen the pads from the caliperRotor RemovalIn order to take the rotors off (replace with new or have them machined), it is best to loosen the emergency brake shoes. To do this, behind the rotors, in the back there is a rubber plug, remove that and you can use a screw driver to engage the teeth of the adjusting screw, turn it clockwise to loosen, usually 10-20 teeth. Usually this means turn it downward. After this, it may still be difficult to get the rotors off without tapping them. Use a rubber mallet and hit them from behind. Before really whacking the rotor, make sure you have loosened the adjusting screw enough. It may take heavy swings of the rubber hammer to do this. It will eventually break loose. Parking BrakeYou might want to check the parking brake while you are here.
Re-adjust the emergency brake by turning the opposite direction from loosening.
Refill the brake master cylinder
Thats a very difficult task so I would advise you to let a certified technician do the job because it is kind of complicated and can cause damage if not fitted correctly.
I believe that was P 235 / 75 / R 15 with the XLT ( check the information sticker on the end of the drivers door , it will show the tire size that originally came on the vehicle )
The computer generates this error message during the startup when it is affected by spyware. To solve the problem download and install a spyware removal tool to remove the spywares. Before running the spyware tool, stop all the background applications by running Msconfig. You can follow the steps given below to run MSconfig. To run MSConfig, perform the following steps: 1. Click Start and select Run. 2. Type MSConfig and press Enter. 3. Click the Startup tab. 4. From the list, deselect all the programs except the following programs: systray scanregistry 5. Click OK. 6. Restart the system. NOTE: To restore any of the removed items, repeat the above- mentioned steps and select the checkboxes for the designated applications. Now, download and install Ad-aware 6.0 to eliminate spywares installed in your Presario to fix this issue. You may download Ad-Aware 6.0 from the following URL: http://download.com.com/3000-2094-10045910.html?legacy=cnet OR http://tinyurl.com/1wy9 Now update the definitions: 1. Start Ad-Aware. 2. Click "Check for Updates", "Connect" and download the latest pattern file if available. and click Finish 3. Click "Start" "Next" 4. After the scan is finished, click "Next" 5. Select all the items (checkboxes) Right click on any object in the "Scan result" list and choose [Select all objects] 6. Click Next and click OK to confirm removal. Then, download CWShredder from the following site: http://www.spywareinfo.com/~merijn/files/CWShredder.exe CWShredder removes all the CoolWebSearch spyware variants. Alternate spyware removal tool: ------------------------------- You can download and install third-party software to protect your computer from spyware. Intermute is offering a special rebate on SpySubtract for HP owners. For more information, visit the following HP Web site: http://www.hp.com/united-states/cpc/hp/security.html On the above HP Web site, click Safely Remove Spyware under "Other PC Security promotions" to visit the Intermute Web site and download SpySubtract. *This information was given to me by HP tech support. It 's a trjan : TROJ_SMALL.XC See below to fix the trouble trendmicro.com This is caused by Explorer causing error 7082808388 TMP. Normally, unless Explorer causes this error, you will not see that error message.
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