Ford Taurus Automatic Starter Installation?

Answer Intermittent starting problems with your Ford Taurus can possibly point to your starter motor failing. A common cause of failure on the starter is the solenoid, which can develop a black spot rathe... Read More »

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How to Fix the Starter on a Ford Taurus?

The starter on the Ford Taurus is under the engine. You have to access it by crawling under the car on the driver's side. The hardest part of the project will be crawling under the car to get to it... Read More »

How to Replace a 1998 Ford Taurus Automatic Tensioner?

The 1998 Ford Taurus employs a serpentine drive-belt system to transfer torque from the crankshaft to the engine accessories. The belt in this system needs tension to hold it on the belt path durin... Read More »

Where is the Starter Located in a Ford Taurus?

The starter is a compact, high-torque electric motor used to spin the engine up to a high enough RPM that it will start. Though model specifics will vary, the starter on any car, including a Ford ... Read More »

How to Replace the Starter in a Ford Taurus?

Imagine running late to get out the door for work, sitting in your 2000 to 2007 Ford Taurus and turning the ignition. Nothing happens. You try the ignition again. Still, nothing happens. Your Ford ... Read More »