One of the most common causes of a check engine light on the Ford Taurus is the failure of an oxygen sensor. Bankrate says this was the most common car repair in 2013, accounting for 7.55 percent of all repairs. A failed... More »

A check engine light on a Ford Explorer sometimes indicates a simple problem, such as a gas cap that needs tightening, or something more complex and expensive, such as a bad catalytic converter. It often requires a trip ... More »

If the check engine light comes on, then the car should be taken to an auto parts store or automotive service center. They will be able to retrieve the problem code from the car's computer using a handheld device. Most a... More »

The check engine light illuminates when the onboard computer detects one numerous issues, including problems with an oxygen sensor, mass airflow sensor, gas cap, spark plugs or catalytic converter. Making repairs quickly... More »

Although the exact causes vary depending on the type of vehicle, the most common cause of the check engine light coming on is a faulty oxygen sensor. A loose gas cap also causes the check engine light to turn on, so owne... More »

To install a Ford Taurus wiper arm, pull the existing wiper arm away from windshield until it locks, unscrew the nut at the base of the wiper arm, and then pull the existing arm off of the pivot arm and motor assembly. I... More »

A trouble or error code of P1151 on a Ford Expedition indicates an overheated exhaust oxygen sensor. This may occur because of a problem in the sensor or a problem in another system that overheats the sensor. More »