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1999 Ford Windstar

I have a 99 ford windstar with power sliding doors. all of a sudden neither of them will close by thereself. yesterday the passenger door started started doing this. today the driverside started doing this. except on this door it would close all the way, then it would open about an 1/8in. now it won't close by it's self at all. please help

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My windstar was horrid for relays that needed to be replaced.... locate the relay(s) that control the power doors and replace them.

Robert

Posted on Sep 27, 2008

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