Question about 1999 Ford Windstar
I have a 1999 Ford Windstar, It has been running great for the last 94K miles. Today I went to start, there was a click and all power shut off. The power does not return on it's own. While checking all the fuses I removed the positive battery cable, when I was done checking the fuses I replace the cable. Power was restored. Trying to start again did the same thing. It does have a new transmission installed by a dealer. The battery is good. All the key positions work until turning it to start. Any ideas please help.
Loose connection somwhere either at the battery or the starter make sure the battery posts are clean and tight and check the connection at the starter
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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