Question about Ford Windstar
You will find that your problem in order of probability is caused by;
1) Corrosion/Bad connection to Fuel sender in tank - Solution - Check wiring/connection to fuel sender - you will see wiring going to the sender which is underneath the tank. Common problem on vehicle laying up for a while. Remove tab and clean the connection - be careful not to pull on the wire itself when doing this but grip the connector firmly with pliers to remove. Clean connection with sandpaper or similar abrasive and reseat.
2) Fuel Sender in tank itself is faulty - Solution - replace Sender Unit.
3) Fuel Guage is faulty - Solution -replace guage (most unlikely of the three).
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