Question about 2003 Ford Windstar
I was driving on the highway,and the engine light came on.as it did i slowed down at a stop and when i excellerated the van didn"t want to excellerate li ke normal from the start. the van has 84,000 kms on it and runs very good .what could be the problem?
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To my understanding, your Windstar is in limp home mode (Safe Mode). This is to get you safely to your destination/garage/mechanic with as little possibility of furthering damage to the engine/vehicle. The correct diagnostic procedure would then be to have the computer of the vehicle scanned. Error codes/fault logs would then be displayed. The error codes would pinpoint probable area of fault/where to start further diagnosis.
Incidentally, you might be interested to learn that there was a recall order/technical service bulletin (TSB) on this model regarding "check engine light". This may shed additional insights. There are also info in the same page if you are considering a DIY.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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