Question about 2003 Ford Windstar
To access the converter the entire transmission must be removed from the car, the exhaust and the steering rack must be partially disconnected and lowered. The transmission case is also part in the support of the engine - it has a support fitting of its own. If that support has been badly put together when they have reinstalled the transmission and / or the exhaust and the rack have been badly refitted, the entire engine will shift under the torque of the engine and the supports and/or the exhaust line will bump the body of the car.
This is a sign of shoddy workmanship and it's covered by the repair warranty - take your van back to them and demand a proper repair for free since it's their duty to have the job done properly.
Posted on May 18, 2011
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