Question about 2003 Ford Windstar
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My 2001 van had the same issue... plus a few other electrical problems. I had the Brake Pressure Differential Deactivation Switch replaced as this article states by my mechanic, fixed all of my electrical issues. The part is only $30 but it comes with a complete new wiring harness. The new wiring harness takes about 4 hours to install, so be ready for the labor cost. My total bill was $200.
Amazing... fixed all of my electrical issues.
Apparently the ECM (car computer) gets overloaded with error codes and stops working.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
Check for a short in the wiring below the seat. We had this a few years ago on ours and a wire was rubbing against seat springs underneath.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
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