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=> Ford Taurus overheating fix
1997 Ford Taurus 3.0 Vulcan V6 overheating boil over fix97 Ford Taurus with 3.0 Vulcan engine would not seem to run hot on the gauge, but after running the AC, when the car was turned off, the coolant would boil over (and out) the plastic coolant reservoir (de-gas tank).
No oil was in the coolant, no coolant was in the oil,
and no steam was in the exhaust.
8) FINALLY... Replaced the CCRM (Constant Control Relay Module). Replacing the CCRM fixed the overheating problem!
If your 97 Ford Taurus 3.0 Vulcan v6 is overheating or boiling over after you turn the engine off and you cannot figure out the cause, you may need to change the CCRM!
The CCRM contains relays for the two cooling fans, the AC clutch, the fuel pump, and communicates to the PCM (Powertrain Control Module).
The CCRM is located beside the battery under the hood.
It is held in with a metal strap and has a single 3/16 hex head bolt securing
the wiring harness plugin.
You can purchase a replacement CCRM online or go to a junkyard.
Just remember that the letter code on the new CCRM must match your original. My original CCRM had a letter "R" on it.
Hopefully, this information will save you time and money.
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