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My check transmission light is on and my o/d light is flashing. I have a 2001 ford windstar sel with 155000 miles

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Go to autozone for a free computer scan and get the fault codes first.

I think it may be a defective vehicle speed sensor (VSS) but the codes will tell us.

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My overdrive light is flashing on and off on my 2000 ford Windstar van could a blown fuse be causing it


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