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My 2000 Ford Windstar is stalling out while driving at low speeds at times. I have just recently had the transmission fixed due to a worn seal and also replaced was the Mass Air Flow Sensor and the TPS sensor replaced. What could be causing this. The dealer cannot get it to happen when they are test driving, there are no codes stored and they cannot fix what they cannot see broken. Please Help with any feedback.

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I have same van (2001) a relative give me. My uncle (orig owner) have a recall card from ford for SPEED CONTROL SYSTEM MODIFICATION..maybe this is the problem. my van is doing the same thing like yours...no codes.. but sometimes the odometer wont go higher than 35mph...

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