Question about 1995 Ford Windstar
My van has an intermittent stalling issue. It usually comes up when the car is warm, and at a red light when the car is facing uphill. The other time I notice it is when I try to start it and it's warm (like after a quick stop in the grocery store). In the case of having stopped it, it will start, but stall immediately upon putting it in drive. The only way I know to get it back going when it has done this is to rev the engine high and drop it into drive or reverse (squealing the tires and probably being really hard on the engine). Once it gets moving the problem goes away and may not happen again for weeks. I am assuming it is some sort of fuel issue but I don't know. I replaced 5 out of 6 spark plugs (the 6th I will do later, it was hard to reach and I was tired), and the cables seem okay.
If it wont stall in neutral or park it may have a bad torque convertor clutch in the trans causing the engine to stall.
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