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All the Centennial is is a package for the SEL. He has the Duratec.

 

I didn't realize he had the Duratec. However, not every Centennial came with the Duratec or a sunroof. I could always add a spoiler and Mach, but the real deal breaker is if it doesn't have the DOHC or a sunroof. 

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I didn't realize he had the Duratec. However, not every Centennial came with the Duratec or a sunroof. I could always add a spoiler and Mach, but the real deal breaker is if it doesn't have the DOHC or a sunroof. 

 

All Centennials had the Duratec.

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My Centennial has every option for the 2003 MY: sunroof, Mach, Duratec, and it even has a spoiler.  The spoiler was dealer-installed because no Centennial came from the factory with a spoiler.

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I gave her a quick spray down since I couldn't see out my windows or see my lights from all the mud and muck from the roads.

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All Centennials had the Duratec.

 

I distinctly remember someone telling me that not every Centennial had a Duratec, but they were maybe mistaken? I don't remember who it was and I am not nearly motivated enough to pour through my posts to find out who lol. 

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The Taurus lineup had the Vulcan engine standard on the LX, SE and SES model. It could be equipped with either the AX4S or AX4N transmission. The SEL had the Duratec engine standard, while the SES model had it optional.

http://www.ford-taurus.org/taurusinfo/G4/

Edited by thesavo

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^No, I know all that.^

 

All I'm saying is that someone at one time told me that Centennial Taurus' could be had with either engine. I don't know if it's true or not, or if they were confused, or what but that's what I was told. 

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No, SEL trim only. They had Tecs standard until after 2004.

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Welp. Whoever I was speaking to must have been misinformed. 

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US SEL wagons as well as Canadian SEL Sedans and wagons did not have DOHC standard, Vulcan was standard.

 

00-04 US SEL sedans had DOHC standard.

 

Centennials always had DOHC.

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I got my bull back but am bringing it back so they can replace my strut mounts that are making noise:)

The noise only happens when the car is warm enough and been driven for a while. The service writer said he would keep the ticket open for today so I can come back and show him the noise. From my video the tech thinks it's the strut mounts or something around that area.

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Sam they are going to love you when your warranty is up.  

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New rental yet or the same GM product?

Lol I have my car still. I won't be getting a rental when I bring it back in.

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I DID MORE RALLY DRIVING AND GOT THE BACK END OUT!!!!  It was really fun!

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How? Did you bend a trailing arm?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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scandinavian flick

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I swung the back end around a few weeks ago using the E-brake. It was fun!

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Pfft, I do that on dirt roads easy.

 

There's not many dirt roads up here, actually. The road I did it on was a gravel road, but covered in compacted snow and ice. Very smooth!

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I've done it in larger vehicles too. And on ATV's. ATC's were a little squirrelier lol.

 

Oh, it's easier and more fun to do it in larger vehicles, especially RWD vehicles. I can't do it in my moms Explorer, unfortunately. Standard driving mode is RWD but whenever even slight wheel-spin is detected it engages 4x4 high. Dad's truck can do it though :D

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