How to Replace a Rear Strut in a Ford Taurus?

Answer Struts improve the handling, make the ride smoother, and save wear and tear on the rest of your Ford Taurus's drivetrain. The strut is what most people call the "shock" and is the cylindrical cartr... Read More »

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How to Replace the Rear Strut in a 1998 Ford Escort?

The struts are a vital part of the suspension system on the Ford Escort. When they go bad, the ride in the car is much rougher. A bad strut can also affect the handling of the car and cause tires t... Read More »

How to Replace the Rear Wiper Motor in a Ford Taurus?

The Ford Taurus debuted in 1986 and has been in production for over two decades. While the standard model Taurus only has front windshield wipers, the Taurus wagon also has a rear wiper blade assem... Read More »

How to Replace Rear Disc Brakes in a Ford Taurus?

To replace the rear disc brakes on a Ford Taurus, you must first purchase the special tool, Rear Caliper Piston Adjuster T87P-2588-A, from your local Ford dealership. Unlike many vehicles, you can'... Read More »

How to Replace a Rear Sway Bar on a 2001 Ford Taurus?

The rear sway bar on the 2001 Ford Taurus controls body roll when the sedan turns corners or diverges from a straight path. Body roll occurs when the Taurus's body tilts further than the chassis, c... Read More »