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If your talking the 02 sensor, it's in the exhaust. Bank one is the bank with the number 1 cylinder and sensor 1 is the first 02 sensor.
The number 1 cylinder shows to be located in the rear bank. If you only have two 02 sensors, that would be one before the cat and one after.
If you have air conditioning, I'd check the A/C compressor to rule that out first. It has a very real potential to be going bad. The clutch on the compressor stops putting drag on the motor causing it to stall. Any high pitched squeal just before stalling? I know you're talking heat, and I'm talking A/C I realize that. Happens a lot on Windstars I've dealt with.
Where did you check the volts at?The harness at the front door is the more likely problem.The rubber tubing needs to be pulled back and the harness checked.Check inside behind the kick pannel.I am talking about the drivers door,sorry about that.The kick pannel is right there on the inside,the Harness from the drivers door will plug up in behind the kick pannel,up in the hollow of the car.The harness could be corupt,or comming apart at the plugin.I hope this helps.