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Re: 1999 Ford Windstar will not start after tune...
HI !!! ome times the battery looks new but try to check the power it shoulbe 12.5. -2) check firs the gas pump fuse .if is ok open the o turn the ingicion swich if you hear some bbuzzzzzz noise the fuel pump is working. before you try to do thi get some gas line antifres and put this on the tank.o maybe when you replace all the parts you have mencion you forgot to connect the ingntion coil
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The oxygen sensors are located under the vehicle on the exaust manafold unless you are getting a certain code wich u should be getting if they are malfuctioning then it could be something else.have you change the fuel filter? It also might need a tune up new plugs wires air filter ext
All you really have is the spark plugs and spark plug wires, I believe your car doesn't have a cap and rotor to replace, just coil packs, which really isn't something you replace when you do a tune up. I would also replace the fuel filter and check the air filter. Make sure you change 1 wire at a time, so they don't get put back on wrong.
Could possibly be the coil pack has a crack in it, could also be plug wires have cracks in them as well, sounds like time for a tune up. Recommend replacing plugs and wires, and if that doesn't solve the issue then spring for the coil pack. Scanning the computer will tell you what code you have to help point you in the right direction as well. If you have any p0300-p0306 codes those are all misfire codes.p0300 is random multiple misfire, p0301-p0306 are individual cylinder misfires.
have a look at the coil pack... it is numbered... now if it's like a 95 windstar the engineers had a sense of humour. it is 1 2 3 down one side then 4 6 5 down the other.... i didn't notice this when i changed my coil pack and couldn't figure out why it was missing.
the windstars are very bad for cracked ignition coils, to check you have to remove the coil, remove spark plug wires from coil, disconnect main harness from coil and remove the 3 7mm bolts that hold it in place, once it is out inspect it for cracks, if it is the coil expect to pay around $105 for a new one from your Ford dealer