Ford 3.0L Index of Articles

This tutorial will help you test the heater element in the HO2S-21 oxygen sensor on the 2001-2004 3.0 Ford Escape (3.0L Mazda Tribute). Testing the heater element within... [read more]

As you're probably already aware, a trouble code P0135 points to a problem with the internal heater of the bank 1 sensor 1 oxygen sensor (HO2S-11). In this tutorial, I'm... [read more]

The alternator test, to find out if it's defective or not, on the 1994-1995 3.0L Ford Taurus is not difficult to do. You don't need any fancy or expensive test equipment... [read more]

The basic tune-up specifications found here apply to the 1996-1999 3.0L DOHC Ford Taurus (1996-1999 3.0L DOHC Mercury Sable). The 3.0L DOHC engine has 24 valves and 2... [read more]

In this tutorial I'll explain how to test the resistance of the fuel injectors on the 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, And 1995 3.0L Ford Taurus (Mercury Sable). The fuel injector... [read more]

Here you'll find the essential specifications for the 1996-1999 3.0L Ford Taurus (1996-1999 3.0L Mercury Sable). NOTE: The specifications in this web page apply only to the... [read more]

The throttle position sensor on the 1994 through 1995 Ford Taurus 3.0L V6 Mercury Sable can be easily checked with a multimeter. You don't need a scan tool to find out if... [read more]

The CCRM, on the 1996-1997 3.0L Ford Taurus (1996-1997 3.0L Mercury Sable), contains the fuel pump relay, the EEC (PCM) Power relay, the radiator fan motor relay, and the AC... [read more]

A bad or clogged fuel injector can cause a rough idle or a misfire that will light up your check engine light and cause engine performance problems. The good news is that... [read more]

The Constant Control Relay Module (CCRM) is the component that activates the fuel pump, the radiator fan motor, the AC compressor and feed 12 Volts to the fuel injection... [read more]