Question about Ford Windstar
Unless you know how to test for this I would be putting it in the shop. I would replace the crank sensor and the fuel pump relay. I would be checking for codes. You may have one especially if it died while driving. These new car arn't like the old days. You can't just throw parts at it. It gets expensive that way. A Tech will hook up a scanner and drive the car monitoring the fuel pressure and the sensors, When something happens he can do a snap shot of what occurred several frames before and several after. He will be able to see what component . Even for an experienced tech these intermittent problems can be a pain.
I know your looking for a cheap fix but for anyone to diagnose this sight unseen we would be guessing with your safety.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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