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2002 Ford Taurus Suspension Problems

93 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2002 Ford Taurus. 20 of these members (21.5%) have reported suspension repairs for their car. A total of 44 suspension repairs to 2002 Ford Tauri--an average of 0.5 per vehicle--have been reported.

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Percentage of 2002 Ford Taurus repairs by problem area

Chart based on 128 repairs.

2002 Ford Taurus suspension repair cost distribution

Chart based on 49 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.
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2002 Ford Taurus

Engine not specified

215000 mi US $80 Tie rod replaced 

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2002 Ford Taurus 4dr Sedan

200-horsepower 3.0L V6 4-speed automatic FWD

124000 mi US $50 Noticed unusual, uneven wear of the right front tire...upon examination, the inner tie rod end was found to have play in it. Replaced the Right Front Inner Tie Rod end. 

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2002 Ford Taurus 4dr Sedan

155-horsepower 3.0L V6 4-speed automatic FWD

127720 mi C $900 Replacing inner and end tie rods on both side. 
63350 US $632 Both sides--lower ball joints. Both rear springs replaced. Front end alignment. 
83000   Replaced Right side front wheel bearing. Also replaced left side front wheel bearing. Replaced right and left sway bar link due to clunking front end noise when going over bumps. Also replace right side lower ball joint. 
85000   Coil Spring broke and punctured tire. A common problem on 01-02'taurus's. Ford just leaves the car owner out to dry. 
135000 US $43500 lower ball joints and four wheel alignment 
133700 US $160 The left front coil spring snapped and punctured the tire. Got a new strut assembly for $75 and had it installed for $45. New tire was $40. Total cost was $160. 
137000   The right tie rod end went bad in like march, got a replacement for like $25 and put it in myself. 
77000 US $1290 Lower ball joints 
82000   Both inner tie rods replaced, and car aligned after replacement. I included the cost of the alignment because the car was aligned in September after the ball joints were replaced. 
89000   Front anti-sway bar replaced 
102350 C $208 replace right tie rod, alignment 
115928   replace front/rear struts, alignment 
118079   replace left tie rod 
152520   left front wheel out of camber alignment causing tire wear, alignment fixed problem 
163680   replace left & right front stabilizer bar end links 
178560   replaced left and right lower control arms and ball joints 
195920   replaced rear struts 
205180   replaced front struts 
222580   replace ball joint (RH) 
224440   replaced ball joint (LH) 
181000 US $600 Lower ball joints worn Front strut/springs worn Front sway bar end links broken 
96100 C $400 Drivers side front spring broke and ruptured tire. This is the second time a front spring has broken. Both times it happened backing out of garage. No longer feel the car is safe to drive and is being donated to Teen Challenge. 

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