Question about 1997 Ford Windstar
That is called a coil pack. unfortunately you can not set the timing manually. either you have a timing belt that slipped on the crank and cam gears,or you have an issue in the ecm(engine control module) you need to take it to a shop and have a scan tool hooked up to it. the technician will be able to reset the parameters of the engine in drive mode and clear all the codes active/stored which i'm sure there are. if your having a issue with retarding of the engine it's a good possibilty that considering the age of the vehicle, a timing belt issue is likely,so i would have them check that out. please rate this solution.....thanks....please post back the results
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
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