How to Remove the Water Pump in a 1999 Ford Taurus?

Answer Water pump replacement is suggested for all Ford Taurus cars when they reach 100,000 miles, however, an earlier repair or replacement may be necessary if you see certain problems with your vehicle'... Read More »

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How to Remove the Oil Pump in the 1999 Ford Taurus?

Motor oil keeps the engine's moving parts lubricated. Regular servicing of your 1999 Ford Taurus will ensure peak performance and safety. In order to remove the oil pump you will be required to rem... Read More »

How to Remove a Water Pump in a Ford Taurus?

The Ford Taurus uses an electrical water pump to circulate engine coolant throughout the engine. The electric motor inside the pump can burn out, or the seals inside the pump may begin to leak, cau... Read More »

How Do I Remove a Ford Taurus Double Overhead Cam Water Pump?

One of the engine variants in the 2004 Ford Taurus was a 3.0-liter, double overhead cam. The block is made of iron, and the heads are aluminum, so keeping this engine cool is important as aluminum ... Read More »

Symptoms of a Bad Fuel Pump in a 1999 Ford Taurus?

The fuel system in a 1999 Ford Taurus consists of a fuel pump, fuel supply manifold, throttle body, pressure regulator, fuel filter and fuel lines. A faulty Taurus fuel pump disrupts normal engine ... Read More »