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2001 Ford Taurus | Answered on Nov 20, 2016

Well you can disconnect positive battery terminal.Disconnect for ten minutes..then reconnect lite should be off ..but if problem remains it may come back on soon..good luck

2001 Ford Taurus | Answered on Nov 16, 2016

Add some coolant ! Check it out on you tube !

2001 Ford Taurus | Answered on Nov 13, 2016

The diagram is on top of the radiator , to your right when facing the car !

2001 Ford Taurus | Answered on Nov 12, 2016

could be alternator light

2001 Ford Taurus | Answered on Oct 24, 2016

What's the code P0 what . Codes do not mean to replace parts . especially when circuit is involved . This means a wiring problem .

2001 Ford Taurus | Answered on Oct 20, 2016

Press the unlock button on your vehicle's key fob to deactivate the alarm. If you've misplaced your remote for the car, use the PATS programmed key to unlock the driver's side door. Then, put the key in the ignition and turn the key to the "on" position. The vehicle's battery should be on, but the engine shouldn't be running.

  • 2 Locate the override button on the alarm box, beneath the driver's side of the dashboard. Press the button and hold it in until the alarm beeps one time. The LED light for the alarm should stop blinking, indicating the anti-theft system is disabled.

  • 3 To reset the vehicle's alarm, put the PATS programmed key in the ignition and turn the key to the "on" position. Press the override button. When the alarm resets, it chirps two times and the LED light begins blinking.

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    2001 Ford Taurus | Answered on Aug 14, 2016

    Are you utterly mad, do not attempt to do this it's very dangerous

    2001 Ford Taurus | Answered on Aug 03, 2016

    that is possibly the charcoal canister its got to do with emission cycle so do not remove it try to fab a bracket to put it back in place very important component

    2001 Ford Taurus | Answered on Jul 03, 2016

    Hi, Go to auto parts store and find same gage hose. Most do carry all types. Good luck.

    2001 Ford Taurus | Answered on Jun 14, 2016

    These cars are notorious for having blocked heater cores, causing the heater to blow cold air. That's because there is a heater core bypass hose near the firewall that allows the coolant to bypass the heater core. Eventually the heater core fills with gunk and no coolant passes through it. You'll need to disconnect the hoses from the heater core at the firewall and flush the core using a garden hose. Flush both ways till water runs clear. If you can't access the heater core fittings at the firewall, then follow the hoses from these fittings back to the engine and disconnect them at that point and flush from there. If you flush from the hoses in this manner, it is important that you clamp off the bypass hose at the firewall with a vice grip pliers.
    Otherwise the flushing water will go through the bypass hose and not the heater core.


    2001 Ford Taurus | Answered on Jun 08, 2016

    It will be to the left of our brake pedal. You might have to remove the lower access panels below the steering column.

    If you are needing the keyless entry code, it's a 5 digit number under the bar code in small print.

    If you need to replace the module, be sure to follow the instructions that will come with the module. Otherwise if you get a used one, make sure that you use the code on the donor module as that will be your new code.

    2001 Ford Taurus | Answered on May 18, 2016

    You would have to slowly drop it down to place weight back on the strut and try to get the strut shaft back into the hole and then run it down enough to secure it then begin the process again. this time removing the correct fasteners. Hope you did not get hurt.

    2001 Ford Taurus | Answered on Apr 07, 2016

    You can jump the relay. If it is a four pin relay, look at the bottom of it you want to jump #30 and #87 in the fuse panel. This will power the pump. Make sure the fuse is good. Still no pressure/fuel. Most likely the pump has failed. Check codes first. It could be the fuel pump module that has failed.

    2001 Ford Taurus | Answered on Mar 19, 2016

    typically when a torque converter "GO's" it disintegrates and sends little bits all thru your trans and stops up the works , you could clean itna still have to disassemble the entire thing , and ive heard of folks cleaning the solenoids (gear selection) blocks before , but I sure don't recommend it , just replace em

    2001 Ford Taurus | Answered on Mar 02, 2016

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