1995 Windstar Van

Asked by Feb 26, 2018 at 06:53 PM about the 1995 Ford Windstar

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Recently hit a bump going 10mph behind my house and the
car just turn off. I've check the battery and everything is
good. Was wondering if anyone had an idea of what it
could be

1 Answer

116,115

Do you have any electrical? If not check for blown fuse links, they are located right at the starter solenoid , just follow the positive battery cable to the solenoid, and are marked as to the size of each one. Did you check the fuel pump inertia switch? When thee get a little age on them they loose some of the ability too stay closed during bumps and need replaced. .

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