Automotive/1995 Ford taurus Se


My son owns a 1995 Ford Taurus SE he would like to know if the 1995 Ford Taurus GL is interchangeable in the engine , Axeles,  Knuckles. His 1995 Ford Taurus SE Has Severe Right front end Damage and he must replace all parts axle, Knuckle, Bearings ect.
Thank you,

  Your inquiry is a BIT confusing. At first, you ask about "the engine, axles and knuckles". Then you tell me his car has right front end damage and must replace "axle, knuckle, bearings etc."
  Does he just need the suspension parts OR does he need an engine too?
  Here is what I need from you in order to assist you, and I'm happy to do that. That's why I get the big bucks!!
  Firstly, I need the VIN. The Vehicle Identification Number. It can be seen through the windshield on the Driver's side. It will be 17 digits long.
  Secondly I need and EXACT LIST of the parts you need. For example:
1.  Right front CV shaft #with or without ABS#
2.  Steering knuckle
3.  Right front hub bearing
 and so on and so on..
  Just let me know and I'll do my best to help you and your son. I have one of my own and know what your feeling is. Keep in touch.


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Heretofore, I will NOT answer any mechanical question. I am not qualified and can only offer speculations. You are better served by others that are true Techs. With that being said, please only ask about parts and locating obsolete Auto Parts. Thank you. I have the ability to locate quite a few mechanical parts for American made vehicles fron the 1900`s to present. Some are OEM and some are aftermarket. This would include engine, brake and chassis parts. Body parts and trim are VERY difficult to find but you may inquire. If you need assistance in repair, I have illustrated books for major American manufacturers that show some illustrations BEFORE 1974. If needed, I can supply repair manuals for your specific vehicle. PLEASE REMEBER I'M A PARTS SPECIALIST, NOT A TECH!! Thank you.. Skip


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