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Old 04-19-2005, 12:16   #1 (permalink)
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1999 ford windstar mini van jerking

I have a 1999 ford windstar mini van that keeps on jerking.When I am sitting at a red light are stop sign and began to pull off it jerks as if it won'ts to stall on me has anyone had of these problems.
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Old 04-19-2005, 12:27   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 1999 ford windstar mini van jerking

This could be anything from bad plugs, bad gaskets, low fluid on the trans, needing a tune, etc. Do you happen to have any more details?

Does it stall out?
Does it over heat?
Do you have issues starting?
Are you running through more gas than usual?
Does it stumble only after running for some time?

There are more questions, but this is all I could think of off the top of my head right now. Any more info you can provide would be helpful as those of us on here can not be right there to help diagnose/Troubleshoot the problem.

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Re: 1999 ford windstar mini van jerking

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This could be anything from bad plugs, bad gaskets, low fluid on the trans, needing a tune, etc. Do you happen to have any more details?

Does it stall out? NO
Does it over heat? NO
Do you have issues starting? NO
Are you running through more gas than usual? NO
Does it stumble only after running for some time?

There are more questions, but this is all I could think of off the top of my head right now. Any more info you can provide would be helpful as those of us on here can not be right there to help diagnose/Troubleshoot the problem.

Cheers.
My Van stumble every 3 to 5 mins when i am sitting at a light are behind a slow car and when I give it gas it stumble (When I am taking off) and the question you ask they are no.thanks for helping me.
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Re: 1999 ford windstar mini van jerking

It could be that your DPFE needs replacing. Even could be your O2 sensors needing replacing. Does the CEL come on? If so have you scanned it to see if there are any codes? Again the little information that you are giving us does not help us TS your probs.

I can list hundreds of questions but it will get us no where fast. The more information you provide the more likely you will get the answers quicker.

If you have a CEL then go to autozone and have them scan for any trouble codes. Report those back. This procedure is free from AZ.
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