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2001 Ford Windstar Base Passenger Minivan Performance & Efficiency Standard Features
3,797 cc 3.8 liters 6 V engine with 96.8 mm bore, 86 mm stroke, 9.4 compression ratio, overhead valve and two valves per cylinder
Fuel economy EPA highway (l/100km): 10.2
Multi-point injection fuel system
Main 98 liter unleaded fuel tank
Power: SAE and 149 kW , 200 HP @ 4,900 rpm; 240 ft lb , 326 Nm @ 3,600 rpm
Needs a Trans most likely, known to fail around 100k miles. Maintenance very important and correct fluid on these. At the Dealer the price used to be around $2,000.00 , aftermarket shops around half that, FIND a REPUTABLE shop.
On Top of the Transmission. You can see the Black sensor just under the
Air Breather Intake assembly in front of the driver side.
It has an electrical wire connection and is bolted onto the tranny with
(2)5/16" hex head bolts and (1)1/2" nut that holds the throttle arm to
the sensor. Very easy to replace.
hi, first of all i would change the plug, it may look good but you can't tell by looking, if it is still the same after that change the lead with another one on the car and see if the miss is still on 6, if it is not the lead is faulty, if it still misses check the cap for cracks etc if all this fails have a compression test done to see if the compression is different on that cylinder if so then you have a mechanical problem, hope this helps