My 1991 Ford Taurus Won't Start?

Answer The Taurus is a sedan that is manufactured and sold in America by Ford Motor Company. The Taurus has been in production since 1985 with the 1986 model being the first to be released. Just as with a... Read More »

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How to Replace Inner Tie Rod Ends on a 1991 Ford Taurus?

The 1991 Ford Taurus uses a tie rod as part of the steering system. The tie rod is connected to the steering knuckle or wheel with a tie-rod end. The tie-rod end allows the tie rod to turn the whee... Read More »

How to Replace the Radiator Hose on a 1991 Ford Taurus?

A radiator has an upper and lower hose to carry coolant in a continuous circle to the radiator and engine. Radiator hoses consist of thick, high-temperature resistant rubber to transport hot antifr... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot a 1991 Ford Taurus That Is Leaking Antifreeze?

The engine cooling system on a 1991 Ford Taurus is comprised of a radiator, water pump, overflow tank, heater core, thermostat and various hoses. With all those places to seal, chasing down an anti... Read More »

How to Replace Motor Mounts on a 1991 Ford Taurus?

The engine on the 1991 Ford Taurus is a four cylinder, with two motor mounts that secure the engine to the frame. The motor mounts are at the right and left corners and look like pieces of round ru... Read More »