Question about 1999 Ford Windstar
Check your Power steering lines especially where they may clip to a plastic holder on the frame. Water and salt spray like to corrode the line at these points. Sometimes you may need to disconnect the line and take it off and test it for pressure holding capability.
Make sure you use the correct fluid for your Brand. Sometimes the vanes inside the pump wear, especially if it ran dry. Then the unit will need to be replaced.
Last, when steering pivots, like balljoints wear, they cause more drag making the unit to work harder to steer. The pump can squeal under the added resistance.
Posted on Jul 30, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
Since you are getting the 171 and 174 at the same time you need to replace the mass air flow sensor.then clear the codes.After which take the car for a drive and let me know how it does.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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