what brand tire came with my then new 2002 windstar sport model

Asked by Aug 02, 2012 at 04:12 PM about the 2002 Ford Windstar

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Call yourlocal Ford dealer for assitance. They should be able to tell you and the info is free. New vehicles usually come with a pamphlet from the OE supplied tire brand. Have any of the original paperwork by chance? Finally, use the Internet! Lots of info at your fingertips. try a GOOGLE search. Good luck. One more thing; tire size and inflation info should be on a decal in the driver's jamb.

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Driver's door jamb

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24bics is right, check the tag, if not in the door, look in the glove box. I think the size tires you need are 215/65-16. Ask you local tire installer for the proper size if your unsure. I sure they don't make the original OEM brand tires anymore, plus I'd personally go with something better in that size. OEM tires are marginal at best. I'd recommend the Yokohama Avid ENVigor.

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