Question about Ford Windstar
First thing to check is the motor and transmission mounts. If they are worn, the motor and transmission will move when putting it into gear. You should feel this going into reverse .
If the mounts are good, make sure the fluid is full, but Not over filled.
If both of the above are not the problem, then it is possible the torque convertor is going bad or there is a clogged valve. These should be checked by a respectable mechanic.
Posted on Apr 21, 2014
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