How to Troubleshoot a 1997 Ford Windstar?

Answer The base-model 1997 Ford Windstar is equipped with a 3-liter, six-cylinder engine. It also includes several standard features such as power brakes, tinted glass, four-wheel antilock brakes, passeng... Read More »

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How to Reset a PCM on a 1997 Ford Windstar?

PCM stands for power train control module, more commonly called a computer. The PCM on a 1997 Ford Windstar monitors and controls the engine and transmission management systems. If the PCM detects ... Read More »

How to Reset the PCM Memory for a 1997 Ford Windstar?

The powertrain control module (PCM) memory in a 1997 Ford Windstar is designed to store diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs). The PCM stores a DTC in its memory when it detects a problem occurring with ... Read More »

How to Install a Fuel Pump in a 1997 Ford Windstar?

The fuel pump on a 1997 Ford Windstar hangs suspended inside the fuel tank. The purpose of the pump is to move gasoline from inside the storage tank down the fuel lines to the fuel-injection system... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot the Ford Windstar?

The Ford Windstar is a mini-van manufactured by the Ford Motor Company between 1995 and 2003. The Ford Windstar was superseded by the Ford Freestar from model years 2004 through 2007. The Ford Free... Read More »