Question about 2000 Ford Windstar
I dont think it would be a fuse or relay, maybe the fuelpump but i would check the fuel pressure first, start with gauge connected and watch the pressure, if the pressure drops and then van stalls then you will know its the fuelpump, i ve never had a problem with the relay or fuse on these windstars, another problem would be the mass air flow sensor, this sensor goes bad often and will cause the problem you are having, another thing i would do before anything is to have the computer scanned for any codes, the computer stores codes when it sees theres a problem and the codes will tell you what is failing, go to an autopart store, many scan codes for free and see if you have codes that may help you. hope this is helpful.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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