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2003 Ford Windstar Cargo Van Base 121 WB

2003 Ford Windstar Cargo Van
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Front Wheel Drive, 3 Door Ext WB
18 mpg city / 24 mpg hwy
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Emergency Brake
The emergency brake doesn't hold. Is there an adjustment I can make to tighten it up?
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The lines going to the transmission oil cooler are rusted and leaking. Can I replace the lines as an entire part? Or, do I have to splice them together?
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where is the evap system on this vehicle
replace spark plugs and wirers,replace egr feedback ,replace all filters and it still has the engine light on and it runs like crap
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Oil in the Coolant Reservoir
My engine light came on, so I check the coolant reservoir and notice a brown oily film substance on the walls of the container, so I disconnect the hose and flushed it with a water...
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why wont gas go in
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driver side door lock doesn't open with clicker ,
when you use the clicker to open the doors the driver side only goes up a little bit or down a little bit but not enough to open it, any ideas?
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1998 ford windstar does same fuse work both front windows
does the same fuse work both front wiindows, or are their one fuse for each window? thanks
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dpfe sensor replacement
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