1993 Ford Taurus Tensioner Pulley Replacement Instructions?

Answer The tensioner pulley on a 1993 Ford Taurus is a spring-loaded swivel arm mechanism with a smooth pulley on the end of the arm. The spring keeps the tension on the belt. This is a two-piece unit, wh... Read More »

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How to Replace the Tensioner Pulley on a 2001 Ford Taurus?

The tensioner pulley on the 2001 Ford Taurus is a key component in the serpentine drive belt system. The pulley sits on the end of the tensioner body and holds tension on the serpentine drive belt.... Read More »

How to Change an Idler Tensioner Pulley on a 1997 Ford Taurus?

Most newer vehicles(1990 and up) use a tensioner pulley to tighten the serpentine belt. Over time, the bearing on the pulley wears out and starts to whine and cause a rough idle. This is an easy jo... Read More »

How to Remove the Idler Pulley From a 1993 Ford Taurus?

Removing an idler pulley from a 1993 Ford Taurus may be necessary if the idler pulley suffers a bearing failure. The idler pulley's sole purpose is to deflect the path of the serpentine drive belt ... Read More »

Ford Taurus Bumper Replacement Instructions?

The bumper covers at the front and rear ends of the Ford Taurus are both fastened onto the body with multiple fasteners, but there are slight differences in how to disconnect each--especially depen... Read More »