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When it is percolating, can you feel if the bottom radiator hose is hot and the top one cool? If so your thermostat could be bad. Are your cooling fans coming on at the right times and last but not least, do you have any water in your oil? That could be a bad head gasket and the percolating would be the exhaust gases bubbling back through the radiator.

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on Jul 13, 2017


Can't help with the antenna. As far as the door ajar goes any of the cars doors can cause this, it is a ting switch that is twist locked into the door latch that fails and gives the warning, it is referred to as the "door ajar switch" You need to have a scan tool hooked up to see which door is causing the problem, as I said any of the four switches can be faulty. Since all the door panels would likely need to come off to find the bad part the scan is the best route.

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on Jul 09, 2017


Replace the drivers door control panel

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on Jul 09, 2017


You need to check each component that is on that fuse for a short. You can disconnect them all and put a fresh fuse in. If it doesn't blow immediately, plug the components back in one at a time (with the key on) and check the fuse each time. When it blows, you will know which component is faulty.

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on Jun 15, 2017


the temp sensor to the fan motor is shorted out replace it.

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on May 03, 2017


Take it to a qualified repair shop , we have no idea what you did all and if it was done correctly ! This is something a professional would need to see , timing marks lined up ?

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on Apr 18, 2017


what you want to do can be done but only by an accredited ac specialist shop
ac work is not in the providence of a diy person as it requires specialized knowledge , tools and gages

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on Apr 16, 2017


You are burning oil for sure, if it was a leak you would have a large puddle under the car when it was parked and the underside would be covered in oil all the way to the gas tank. Modern catalytic converters tend to burn off oil so many times you see little smoke

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on Apr 04, 2017


It sounds to me like a problem with cruise control? Turn it off and/or unhook it, drive it a bit and see if accelerating problem goes away? If it does, you need to troubleshoot the cruise control. Any applicable trouble codes?
That sounds dangerous to me, I'd disable the cruise control till you find the problem.
I don't know what testing you have done?

2000 Ford Taurus | Answered on Apr 02, 2017

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