What does SHO stand for on Fords?

Answer "SHO" stands for "Super High Output," an appellation Ford uses exclusively for hopped-up versions of their Taurus sedan. The first SHO bowed in 1989 with a 220 horsepower V-6, the second generation... Read More »

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Types of Fords?

The Ford Motor Corporation has made all conceivable types of motor vehicles, from cars of all sizes to tractors, for personal and professional use. The company has the reputation of constantly upgr... Read More »

How to Set the Timing on Fords?

A Ford's engine timing is the order the distributor sends a spark to each individual spark plug, causing the cylinders to fire at the proper time and allowing for optimum engine performance. An eng... Read More »

The History of the 1933 Fords?

The model year 1933 should have been a banner year for the Ford Motor Company following the introduction in 1932 of the revolutionary flat-head V-8 engine. Only it wasn't. For the first time, Ford ... Read More »

Standard Sensors for Fords?

The sensors in newer-model Ford vehicles control and regulate a number of different parts and features. A malfunctioning sensor can cause a vehicle not to operate properly, even if there is not a p... Read More »