Question about 2004 Ford Windstar
First off why were you welding on this vehicle. Check your conections make sure they are tight on the battery if not there is your problem. if that dosnt fix it try jump starting it. if you are not getting any luck than you need to check your fueses probally the fuse that says ECU. sometimes these will pop when you are messing with the battery and there is a surge. Also if you were welding anywhere close to any wires check the wires to see if they were effected in any way. If you need futher help you can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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is wired into your van's battery. When you are making a repair to your
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disable the Windstar's car alarm by disconnecting the battery from the
alarm. The battery is connected to the Windstar battery's negative
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