Question about 2000 Ford Windstar
Some of the Ford Keys DO have an antitheft chip in them. so this may very well be your problem... If your other key doesn't have a big plastic Ford scripted head on it, then it's most likely not going to accomodate the antitheft device.
Also the "clicking sound" you mentioned, may be a simple drained battery and it's got enough power to run the lights, but when you turn the motor over it just clicks... Very typiccal forr this to happen as well. Get a jump start and see if that solves the clicking... Best of luck on this..
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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