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try checking your brake fluid level it may be low or your mater cylinder may need replacing, also may need to replace brakes, you can get manual for your windstar they are about 20 bucks ant most auto stores
SOUND LIKE TRANSMISSION COOLER LINE FITTING AT THE RADIATOR EITHER CAME LOOSE OR THE LINE BROKE RUPTURE.IT WOULD THAT LINE TO BREAK TO LEAK OUT ALL TRANSMISSION FLUID FLUID SINCE FLUID UNDER PUMP PRESSURE.FILL TRANSMISSION BACK UP WITH FLUID AND FIND THE LEAK.DONT DRIVE UNTIL LEAK FOUND OR YOU COULD DAMAGE THE TRANSMISSION.
Just maybe the battery and alt were good. You did test them,before replacing didn't you? How about the starter solenoid,starter or ground connections or cables with too much resistance. Do a voltage drop test, on all grounds, you can get to.
you will have to take your vehicle to the nearest dealer the theft system is the issue most likley you will have to replace the ignition switch but you will have to get it properly diagnost do yourself a favor and save u time and money
Check battery terminals and make sure they are NOT loose or have corrosion if they are tighten and remove corrosion with water and baking soda. If the terminal are tight and NO corrosion then you have a BAD ALTERNATOR, replace and solve this problem, also have battery check it may also be going bad or bad from being drained all the way down. Good Luck contact if you nee more help and Thanks for UsingFIX YA
I am a retired Ford technician, so I have seen and know why the OD light is flashing, it indicates a problem with the transmission, it is no related to the DVD player in any way, have a parts store like Kragen or others run a scanner on the Van, there will be a trouble code stored that will give an idea of the problem with the van's transmission, post the code back on this thread and I will look at it and give you some idea of the problem and cost to fix it.