On the front unit, the orifice is located in the inlet tube of the evaporator core. Find the line that runs from the condensor to the evap core. Undo that connection, and the orifice is inside the evap core tube right there.On the rear unit. there could be either an expansion valve or an orifice. I am looking at the Ford service manual, and it doesn't say. But either one will be accessed the same way. Remove the left quarter trim, and look at the lines going into the evap core. If there is an expansion valve, you will see it right away on the inlet tube(small diameter tube). If there is an orifice, it will be located inside the inlet tube of the evap core, just like the front unit.
A 2001 Ford Windstar is ( r134a ) * in the front of the engine compartment there is an information sticker One of the things it shows is the type of refrigerant used in the air conditioning system
Windstar mini-vans are front wheel drive.
YES , the Ford Windstar is a front wheel drive vehicle
Your Tahoe has a Fixed Orifice Tube System, and uses R134a refrigerant. Capacity... that depends on specifics of the vehicle (e.g., whether it has front and rear AC).
It is mounted in front of the air conditioning evaporator under the front bumper about in the middle of the car The outside air temperature sensor for a 2001 windstar is located under the front bumber on the passengers side. It is clearly visible if you lay down and look through the lower two air openings in the plastic bumper. It is the only electrical device in that area and it is made of black plastic.
It should be behind the right front turnsignal.
front wheel drive
There are 2 wiper motors on a Windstar: 1 for the front wipers and 1 for the rear.
According to the 2000 Ford Windstar Owner Guide : The front park / turn lamps take the ( 3157 NAK , amber bulb )
You can purchase a front end diagram for the Windstar vehicle at most auto parts stores. The diagram is most often found in do-it-yourself repair manual like Haynes.
I did not think the Windstar came with *front* drum brakes (assuming the question is referring to brakes)...There are instructions for changing front disc brakes and rear drum brakes in the "Related Questions" below
Its hard to tell exactly, but if you look at the hoses and metal tubes of the a/c system you can tell. Find the small hard line running from the condenser (radiator looking thing in the front) follow it until you find a connector where it goes from that small line to a larger line and your orifice tube will be located there. Hope this helps.