I am looking around to replace the transmission on my 1995 Ford Windstar and the information that I received from several different mechanics is that the 1995 Windstar transmission is a "one year" transmission so you pretty much have to get a 1995 transmission for a 1995 windstar engine. I'm no mechanic and really have no idea but this is just what I've been told... someone out!
On a 1998 Ford Windstar ( 3.0 and 3.8 liter V6 engines ) It uses a 4 speed automatic / overdrive transaxle ( transmission )
Replace freeze plug in a 1998 ford windstar ?
A 1998 Ford Windstar would use refrigerant 134a
where is the tcm in a windstar 2000 located
On a 1998 Ford Windstar : The 3.8 liter V6 engine ( and the 3.0 ) has a timing CHAIN
I was looking at the 2002 Ford Windstar 0wners Manual ( and the Ford parts website ) and they both show it as being the ( 4 F 50 N ) transaxle ( transmission )
On a 1998 Ford Windstar : ( # 16 / 20 amp )
According to the 2001 Ford Windstar Owner Guide : ( Motorcraft MERCON-V is used in the automatic transaxle / transmission )
Not likely - the 1999 Windstar was a rather significant updating of design compared to 1995-1998 models.
Internal part that requires the transmission to be removed.
take it to a shop.
On a 1998 Ford Windstar ( 3.0 and 3.8 ) firewall 1-----2-----3 4-----5-----6 front of vehicle > driver
on top of the transmission
On the underside of the engine.
It does not have one.
Mostly in the Windstar category - they all apply to the GL model
inside the transmission pan
In a 1998 Ford Windstar : There were 2 engine sizes offered from the factory : A 3.0 liter V6 engine and the 3.8 liter V6 engine
Follow the LOWER radiator hose from the radiator . It connects to the water pump on the engine on a 1998 Ford Windstar
'98 - '00 should be the same transmission, so yes.(Provided the wheel size is the same for both vehicles, and the letter codes match [i.e. AX4N or AX0D])