Question about Ford Windstar
Check the wires going to the starter. When changing the wires and plugs the starter wires could have been pushed near the exhaust. Allowing time to drive it for a while atleast until the wires melted and shorted out by grounding on the exhaust. This short could could light up other things on the car by sending a positive feed to the ground. Or the wire just simply broke.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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