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1997 Ford Taurus Consumer Discussions

1997 Ford Taurus
My car (Taurus 1997 GL) is having SES light on. The codes are P0340 (Cam sensor malfunction) and P0430 (Catalyst low efficiency). Did anybody here have the same problem? What is the reason for that pr...

^ 1996-2001 3.0L 4V Taurus/Sable...

1996-2001 3.0L 4V Taurus/Sable...

Compared to Camry e.g., or any German car, Taurus has a rather poor aerodynamics, it is far from modern standarts. All in all Ford pays much more attention to engineering European Fords and ignores A...

Banker, I also read "Car" and Eric Taubs book about developing original Taurus. Those days (in 80s) Fords were best vehicles around. But as time passed competition catched up, esp Asians. It...

A close friend of mine bought a 1995 Taurus SE with a 3.0 in 1996 with 20k miles, he's now at 105k trouble free miles....

The Taurus, in the process of "Jac The Knife" got so much cost cutting done to it that all the originality was lost. Same thing happened to the Escort. Bought a single Escort in 1988, went c...

To answer your question though it is for packaging and economic reasons. You could never build a business case for the SHO unless it was based on the regular Taurus platform....

A 1997 Taurus LX sedan in my area in "good" condition with 100,000 miles lists for about $2400 trade-in value and a 1997 Honda Accord LX automatic sedan with the same miles and condition lis...

I've been on the Taurus forum for over 5 years (own a 2000 Taurus SEL) but am in need of some help from you Aerostar owners....

In September of 1999 I bought a used 1997 Taurus GL Station Wagon. It has the 24v Duratec 3.0 engine, 15" alloys, four wheel disk brakes, leather, front bucket seats and rear-facing third row sea...

Having had a 1997 that went over 250,000 miles with 4 transmissions. The Taurus was comfortable car. However just renaming the poor selling "500" is doomed for failure. In order to pull the ...

than I would have spent on a better equipped Taurus. My husband leased a Taurus a year or two later and had absolutely no problems with it the entire time he had it (about 80,000 miles). Meanwhile,...

Personally, I liked my company car, a Taurus, so much (for the money, of course), that I bought a Windstar. Liked that so much that I bought an F-150 SuperCrew. Never have had two cars of the same m...
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