02 Ford Taurus

Asked by Jan 04, 2016 at 12:26 AM about the 2002 Ford Taurus

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Replace the upper radiator hoses an changed
my thermostat.still not gettin heat.im not
leaking or overheating that i see but my low
coolant light is on. As well as the engine
light an a icon of half a car an a screw is
on.any help

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6,765

The gas cap light is the screw icon, it means that there is a large epap leak such as the gas cap being off or faulty this will also turn the engine light on. The coolant light is either because its low or the sensor that is inside the reservoir is bad. Make sure that it's full and that both the heater hoses are getting equally hot. Depending on the results of heater hose temp will determine the next step.

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6,765

That's evap not epap. Damn sausage fingers.

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