Question about 2002 Ford Windstar Cargo
I had the codes checked on my 2002 Ford Windstar. The codes pointed to having the Oxygen sensors replaced. I was hoping I could pinpoint the culprit and not have to replace all of them. I have a question if it really seems that all will have to be replaced.
There are issues with upper/lower intake gaskets on this engine. Also make sure you don't have a tube disconnected from the air intake between the air filter box and thottle body. If everything is connected, I would be renewing the upper/lower intake gaskets. This will cause lean codes to be set, and you may have noticed a ratty idle on cold start-up. Hope this helps. Good Luck and please leave rating. Thanks
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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