1997 Ford Taurus 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic 198k miles
1997 Ford Taurus GL 3.0 U engine / v6
The car has had a slight "miss" (not quite a jerk) running between 40-65 mph.
Sometimes, the car feels like it wants to cut out.
I can get around when driving less than 50 mph, but the car still feels like it's having trouble 'breathing' and there's a feeling of resistance - sorta like - it's running with the parking brake down (it's not, but there's a resistance that feels that way)
The Service Engine Soon (SES) code that came up is p1744. Torque converter clutch code of some sort.
Do I need to focus on replacing one or all of these things?
-- Torque Converter Clutch (TCC) solenoid
-- variable speed sensor
-- EGR backpressure sensor
-- Transmission Range Switch (TRS)
Year : 1997
Make : Ford
Engine: v6 / 3.0 / Single Overhead / U engine
This all started after we tore down the engine and did the following part replacements (with NEW parts):
Tore down Engine and.
-- Replaced 4 valves and a Head Gaskit. (Torked down block according to Haynes book specs)
-- Replaced 3 Fuel injectors (checked and cleaned other 3)
-- replaed Fuel pressure regulator
-- replaced EGR Valve and EGR vacuum solenoid
-- replaced Battery
-- replaced Idle Air Control valve
-- replaced Ignition Coil pack, spark plugs and wires
-- replaced Alternator
-- replaced Mass Air Flow sensor
--- Replaced Catalytic converter and all four oxygen sensors
--- Radiator Fluid Flush <== I worry about having done this though)
Hope this information helps you figure out my problem :/
have the same problem?
Sunday, August 23rd, 2009 AT 11:37 AM