A Ford Taurus heater core may become clogged, begin to leak or become damaged by the engine moving around too much. It also may malfunction due to a thermostat issue or heater hose problems.Continue Reading
A failing Taurus heater core should be suspected when there is coolant leaking under the dashboard, the windows fog up and there is a sweet smell inside the vehicle. A clogged heater core may need to be flushed or replaced.
Heater core connections can be damaged by ineffective engine mounts. In this case, the worn mounts may need replacing.
A malfunctioning thermostat may prevent the engine from reaching its desired operating temperature. If the thermostat's gauge is indicating lower than it should, then the heat level is lower than it should be. A new thermostat can correct this problem.Learn more about Car Makes & Models
The fuel economy of the 2014 Ford Taurus varies slightly according to the particular model of the car, and ranges between 20 to 29 miles per gallon. The car models in the series include the 2014 Ford Taurus AWD, 2014 Ford Taurus FWD 4-cylinder model, 2014 Ford Taurus FWD 6-cylinder model, 2014 Ford Taurus AWD FFV and 2014 Ford Taurus FWD FFV.Full Answer >
The Ford Taurus Car is manufactured at Ford's Chicago Assembly plant alongside the Lincoln MKS sedan and the Ford Explorer SUV. The Chicago Assembly was opened in 1924 and was the manufacturing location for the original Ford Model T and Ford Model A vehicles.Full Answer >
The fuel capacity of a 2015 Ford Taurus is 19 gallons. The front-wheel drive model with a V6 engine averages 19 miles per gallon in the city and 29 mpg on the highway, while the all-wheel drive version gets 18 and 26 mpg, respectively.Full Answer >
The type of engine determines the location of the fuel filter. In a Taurus with a V-6 engine, the filter is underneath the car, in front of the passenger side rear wheel. In a Taurus with a V-4 engine, the filter is on the passenger side of the engine compartment.Full Answer >