How to Replace a CV Joint in a Ford Taurus?

Answer The primary cause for failure in CV joints on a Ford Taurus stems from a tear in the rubber CV boot. This boot covers the flexible ends of the Taurus's CV axle. The flexible ends are the CV joints.... Read More »

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How to Repair a CV Joint in a 2000 Ford Taurus?

The constant-velocity (CV) joints on the Ford Taurus allow movement of the drive axles when the front wheels are turned, or when the car travels over uneven road surfaces. There is an inner and an ... Read More »

What Is the Life of a Ball Joint for a Ford Taurus?

The lifetime of a ball joint in Ford Taurus is approximately 50,000 to 75,000 miles. Customer reports show that the lifetime of ball joints depends heavily on the style of driving. Ball joints are ... Read More »

How to Replace a Tie Rod End in a Ford Taurus?

When your Ford Taurus doesn't track straight, even after an alignment, it's time to consider replacing your tie rod ends. Fortunately, you can save yourself some money by doing this task yourself.

How to Replace the Fan in a Ford Taurus?

If the engine on your Ford Taurus is overheating, one possible cause is a malfunctioning or worn out fan. Although replacing the fan on your Taurus is easy, gaining access to the fan can be tricky.... Read More »