Aerostar and early 95 windstar as well as 99 & up dont fit but can be modified to fit. your best bet is go to a junk yard because the rear seats are a dime a dozen. all the upper parts are the same but the lower steel parts are slightly different
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ford windstar radio fuse number and location.1996-1998: fuse #13 1999-2003: fuse #25 Note: other fuses protect the lighting controls, and possibly the rear radio control (#6 in 1999+).There are 2 fuse boxes / fuse panels in nearly every Ford product: one directly above the driver's left foot (when the driver is actually sitting in the driver's seat). The other is inside the engine compartment, on the right side - contains high current fuses. check in both sections for any blown fuse.This will help. Thanks please keep updated. please do rate the solution positively
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I'm not familiar with the term 6-way seat, but if you're referring to a power driver or passenger seat, there are 4 bolts underneath the vehicle. Unscrew them, disconnect the electrical cannon plug under the seat and it will come right out.
Check transmission fluid level first. Make note if the fluid color is dark brown and smells burnt you probably have a serious problem. If fluid is full, you probably have pump failure. Trans will need to be overhauled or replaced.
starter ground/earth strap/cable is normally the cable negative that comes from battery and connects to the engine or where the trans joins engine ? also it may have a seperate strap connected from some location on the chassis and to engine if you trace neg cable from battery you will find where it connect to engine try at point rear of engine? ensue they are clean/secure starter motor takes its ground fro this ie engine--battery
The compressor is the same but it may have a different pulley and the plug may be indexed on the wrong side. If you have a set of snap ring pliers you can put your coil and pulley on that compressor or it may already be the same ones just make sure you put the plug where it is on your original compressor.