Question about 2000 Ford Windstar
First thing you need to do is start the motor and let it warm up to normal operating temperature and then remove the dipstick from the transmission and check the fluid level in the transmission(leave the engine running).If you don't see anything on the dipstick put in transmission fluid for Ford transmission until it reaches the full line.Now if the van moves the you will want to check for and repair any leaks that you have in the transmission,line or transmission oil cooler in front of the rad.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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