Question about 2001 Ford Windstar
Makes me wonder if it is just the hinge that is bent and maybe the body where it attaches to the van. At the same time I doubt some thing easy will do away with the $2k expense (sorry). Maybe an entire back hatch with hinges from salvage yard (make sure to get same color).
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
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Jan 12, 2015 | 2001 Ford Windstar
The emergency shut-off, fuel reset, or inertia switch - all referring to the same thing - is typically located in the back right corner of the vehicle.
Sedan: Open trunk lid, look to right side near fuel filler port, pull back the trunk liner to expose the switch.
Wagon: Open hatch, look to right side near fuel filler port, open access panel.
Recessed into the top of the switch is a red button. If tripped, then push down until it resets, or clicks back into the on position.
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