Haynes manual for 2000 Windstar 3.8 liter V6 says the engine mounts must be unbolted and the engine raised three inches with a hoist. or you can remove one of the top studs on the side towards the front of the car its screws out, not easy. get the other backside of the water pump clear of the studs, you should be able to get the back side of the pump clear and it will swing up, and pull it out. being that you took a stud out on the front there are only two you should be able to maneuver it out. you can get it out that way but i must say its a little tricky.
No, not enough clearance.No, not enough clearance.
My car does not have enough clearance to get over that parking chock. Sorry, your clearance does not allow you into this area.
I don't believe you have to. There should be enough clearance to remove the gas tank.
Yes, they will fit on the rims and have enough clearance. I had 285 75 16 on my 4x4 on the stock rims and there was enough clearance for those also.
The Windstar will seat 7 people - 8 if there's a bench seat in the middle position if they're skinny enough
The Ford Windstar has the most common hook-end wiper arms. See sources and related links below for installation videos. Locate and press the tab or button where the wiper blade is inserted into the hook of the wiper arm and pull wiper blade out of hook. You may have to rotate and flex the blade to make enough clearance for the hook to pass through.
You will have to remove the front axle assembly to have enough clearance to remove the oil pan in vehicle.You will have to remove the front axle assembly to have enough clearance to remove the oil pan in vehicle.
Unless the frame/fork already have the mounting tabs, it won't be possible without a lot of effort. You'd need to have the tabs welded in place, then get some new wheels built, and hope that there's enough clearance to fit the rotors.
It's under the hood by the passenger side. The filter mounting is attached to the firewall. The view is obstructed by the vacuum control box. You must remove the control box and a couple more things to give you enough clearance for the tools you need. Very simple to do.
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I just ran in to the same problem with my 99 windstar, what i did was i used a deep scocket on the striped bolt, after removing all of the outher bolts lightly pryed up on the oppicet end of the upper plentium and it allowed enough pressure to hold the spinning gromet to break loose,.the deep scocket also helped for levrage,hope it works for you as well as it did for me.
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IF there's enough clearance - then it just passes over you. If not you get mangled.
you need to get a deep socket to get to the small bolt closest to the engine, there are only two bolts that hold on the starters on a 3.0, one is long one is short.
Remove it from the top. But first remove the bracket that holds it in place. That will give you enough clearance to get it out. I'm a retired ASE Master/L-1 Technician. I still keep current with the latest automotive technology.
I don't believe you have enough fender clearance in the rear.
If they are 4 wd with enough ground clearance they can go off-road.
either remove the engine or lift engine up high enough to get to all the bolts on the pan and enough clearance to get it out from the suspension.
Maybe, if enough clearance on full steering lock.
If there is enough clearance for the wider tire, yes.
not enough clearance, you will have to raise the car up some.
yes if there is enough ground clearance,or you remove the nose of the car.
Depending on how high you needed it to be lifted, I would try to unbolt the motor mounts and see if that gave enough clearance. Make sure there is enough room to do this all around the engine, like the intake, bellhousing, exhaust, etc.... just be sure you are not binding any wires or hoses and you should be able to lift with a jack from below of from above with a hoist. The only thing that holds the engine in the car is the motor mounts, bt again, check for clearance with other items before just lifting or jacking...
The 2000 Ford Windstar has the most common hook-end wiper arms on front and rear. See the Sources and Related Links section below for installation videos. Also, purchase the replacement blades first and there will be additional instructions/illustrations on the replacement packages. Locate and press the tab or button where the wiper blade is inserted into the hook of the wiper arm and pull wiper blade out of hook. You may have to rotate and flex the blade to make enough clearance for the hook to pass through.