Question about 2003 Ford Windstar
A few possibilites, like usual with out actually running through some of these test your self and narrowing it down heres some things:
first one damaged or faulty transmission computer (if knackerd you will not get a code)
second damaged transmission either input shaft or torque converter or differential
both of these will take either really good experienced tech or do it yourselfer or some money and patience these can be tested in transmission section of repair manual either haynes or chiltons will do
shift linkage or bushings disconnected or damaged this will take some time to inspect from shift columb to transmission my advice take it to a pro or consult one of our expert techs online chat
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