Question about 2000 Ford Windstar
You will want to look for a vacuum leak that is likely causing the vehicle to run poorly. Feel along the hoses between the PCV valve on the crankcase and the motor. If you feel a squishy soft or oily spot on the hose, especially where there is a 90 degree angle, this indicates a hole and the hose has to be replaced to make it run right. Don't attempt to repair these hoses with holes. No temporary repair will work on those... tape, etc is not strong enough. Also check to make sure the brake booster hose is not brittle and cracked in the area of the brake reservoir since a mechanic worked in that area recently. All rubber hoses should be tight and not have any holes in them. You should also replace the plug wires if you here any thumping that sounds like a backfire.
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