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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
left rear of intake manifold, there should be a vacuum operated shaft that turns these throttle plates. You'll have to troubleshoot reason. Try turning shaft by hand. There is a vacuum switch that runs vacuum to both banks. I think it's behind the engine nearer the firewall.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
it sounds like the EGR valve is either dirty or has failed, do you lose any power at all, if not then thats a good sign, remove the EGR and clean with carb clneaer only, leave to dry naturally and dont try to dry it or touch it yourself, they often do get dirty as the job they do is similar to that of a turbo with exhaust gasses.
Hope this helps
lastly clean the air mass sensor too, both are easy to do and easy to remove.
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
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I hate to hear you are havine so much trouble. These are a basic descrition of each of the codes.
If each of these codes are active, i would imagine you windstar isn
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