The hinges were the same on my father's 1997 Ford Thunderbird. I have no history on the car for I bought it used from family that bough it to flip it. I think I will call the manufacturer of the pump and ask them. Please review the five questions in my original post to see if you can answer any. Please right click on the image and save the pic.
Check for voltage at the fuel pump to make sure it's getting voltage. Faults: I have had 3 major problems with this Taurus- a transaxle seal at 88K, a radiator hose at 65K, and a rear trunk spring. Torque the manifold bolts to about 90 inch pounds. Can't just throw it in, there is a procedure to be followed. Relay, Fuses, Inertia Switch all good.
In the Chevrolet Impala I looked at, it had six seats which was nice, but with the shifter on the steering column, I felt as if I was guiding the shifter through a maze. I feel that the dealers use inferior parts, because my trunk spring had to be replaced again at 108K, and my trans axle seal had to be replaced at 116K. From the pump the fuel goes into the smaller nipple and once the designed pressure is reached on the outlet, the filter bypass regulator returns the excess flow back through the return line the larger nipple In this case in the picture, I would suspect the filter. The Buick Century was sluggish and lacked lateral support. Whether you want performance or not, you should go with the Duratec. And then you have a return line going back to the tank. Some days after, the starting was hesitant, but it started.
If not within spec, I would replace the fuel pressure sensor or obtain the elec specs and test. It had air conditioning, but not even power seats or windows. What is still a grey area for me is remember I have the tank out of the vehicle , when I apply 12v to the pump in 2-3 second burst, at any point should I read 40psi at the meter see picture? Regards, Stanford I'm not a mechanic but I think you should have a fuel pump relay. Regards, Stanford Maybe this image will help. I could not see out the back of the Dodge Neon. Since then it has begun to rev to about 2,000 rpm when first started then idles badly between 500 and 800 rpm. Does this mean I need new gaskets.
Then, 3 weeks later after running normally, it did it again, and would not start over numerous weekend attempts, I had to borrow a car to get to work, etc. So i guess i shouldnt drive it? We also have some more figures connected to 2001 Ford Taurus Spark Plug Location, please see the photo gallery below, click one of the graphics, then the picture will be displayed larger, as shown above. If it pours out or trickles out, neither of those are measurements. I chose the Taurus, obviously, because of the incentives of being a repeat buyer 1970 Ford Country Squire until 250K, 1980 Pontiac Le Mans, 1987 Pontiac Le Mans, 1993 Ford Escort until 305K, and 1999 Ford Taurus until 168K , and the fact that all of my Fords had held up well. Brilliant along with Interesting 2001 Ford Taurus Spark Plug Location with regard to Encourage The house Present Residence Warm Fantasy Household. When I parked it the light wasnt on but had been? The Ford Crown Victoria was too large and expensive, but I loved it.
Also, are you 100% sure the fuel pressure gauge is depressing the center pin in the schrader valve? Note: It is a mechanical twin of the Taurus, but with more equipment. It's relatively rare that the pcm does what you are describing, usually there will be a lot of things leading up to it failing like injectors dropping out and other odd and uncommon things. Not to be trite but this is what I do for my day job and are the things that I ask myself about every car that I get the opportunity to work on. It will help to get a manual Haynes is good. When this particlar generation came out, I just had to have it, and I think it was worth my while to buy my Taurus.
The wagon has rear discs; why not the sedan? In addition, I feel that my car is an economy car if it does not have air conditioning, as if it was purposely designed to be on the rental fleet at my local Hertz dealer. It felt that way in the Hyundai Accent I tested. Couldn't really find anything specific to your 2001, but I found the following in the manual for a 2007 Ford Five Hundred with 3. Also, the fuel pump should only run for about 2-3 seconds when you turn the key on without starting. Regards, Stanford Regarding your specific questions, I'm not sure, other than 4, you should be seeing something like 30+ psi on any normal fuel injected car. I understand that this is a safety device so kids cannot escape, but come on Ford, give us ¾ to work with instead of ½ to work with.
And then you have a return line going back to the tank. I suppose I could get by with it, but this time around, I was willing to pony up the extra money for an automatic transmission, because, I figured, if I keep the car for ten years, I would regret the manual and standard. I also forgot to mention the fact that I have a faulty 'low coolant' sensor. Rowefast answered 3 years ago The Coolant Temperature Sensor can be the heart of all evil. Every mechanic starts with pulling codes. The sensor has 1 bolt holding it in. Viewers should only seek the help of a trained professional located at a licensed auto repair shop for any fix, modification, alteration, or any change to their vehicle.
Even if the reservoir is full, the light will pop on. Do the above tests then come back and let us know what you find!! One other thing I didn't ask yet. If it's coming out at full pressure it would be ridiculous, if it's pouring out it's probably just draining the residual in the lines I would think. The links on this video to products are for informational purposes only and in no way are an endorsement of the safety or effectiveness of the particular product. When this particlar generation came out, I just had to have it, and I think it was worth my while to buy my Taurus.
Description for Ford Taurus 3. It is a pain to get in because, while not as bad as some of the other cars I tested, after two hours behind the wheel, I feel as if I am sitting in a tub. Getting 12V at inertia switch connector for a couple of seconds, changing to 6. One other thing I didn't ask yet. I tried the Mazda Protégé, which felt like sitting in my bath tub in my house, the Mazda 626, which was too pricey, and the Mazda3 and Mazda6, the latter two I liked. I would not drive it until solved because these converters are expensive. Guru9396K answered about a year ago Yes the checeearest town is 1k engie light was on when i got the car.