How to Install a Ford Taurus Heater Bypass?

Answer A Ford Taurus heater bypass is used when a leak has occurred in the heater core. When this occurs, antifreeze will be seen leaking out of the evaporator case drain tube. The tube protrudes through ... Read More »

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How to Troubleshoot a Ford Taurus Heater?

The middle of winter is no time for the heater in your Ford Taurus to go on the blink. Before taking your vehicle in to your local Ford dealer for what could be an expensive visit, there are a few,... Read More »

The Heater Won't Get Hot on the 2002 Ford Taurus?

Heating system problems with your Taurus are typically not noticed until the weather begins to get cooler. The heating and cooling system both share common components and a problem found in one of ... Read More »

How to Remove the Heater Core in a '98 Ford Taurus?

The heater core on the 1998 Taurus is contained within the heater housing, which is installed behind the instrument panel. Removing the panel is necessary for removing the heater core, and this is ... Read More »

How Do I Replace a Heater Fan in a 2001 Ford Taurus?

The Ford Taurus' blower motor circulates air through the heating and air conditioning system by turning a squirrel-cage fan. The unit is located below the dash on the passenger's side of the vehicl... Read More »