Not very likely - the Windstar was significantly redesigned in 1999, and the dimensions of the vehicle were changed.
replace the radiator cap. I fought this for 2 days . after changing theromostats twice and bleeding air from the system, I finally changed the radiator cap and solved the problem.
my 2001 ford windstar is still overheating even though i changed out the thermostat. what could it be?
Is the cooling fan working? Make sure radiator are not collapsing under pressure Make sure radiator cap is holding pressure Test cooloant temperature with a thermometer perhaps gauge or sensor is defective
You could have a bad water pump causing no coolant flow, inoperable radiator fans, a coolant leak,............
Check the grille on the front of the radiator and be sure that it is clean of all mud and debris otherwise the radiator is not able to pull air through to cool the water. You can clean that grille by removing the radiator from the truck and lightly pressure washing it.
Radiator plugged or restricted? Cooling system airbound? Water pump not circulating coolant? Radiator cap defective? Radiator hoses collapsing under pressure? Defective gauge/cooling temperature sensor?
Blown head gasket?
pressure in a refrigeration system is changed in the
The decision to take it to a body shop for an oil change.
Not likely as the Windstar was significantly changed starting in 1999.For a definitive answer, check with an auto salvage/recycler/junk yard. They'll know for absolute sure.
rock that is changed by heat and pressure is a metamorphic rock
Try getting a boost.....that'll help
There are two cat concerters on that van - were they both changed?
it is a hyndai that's why it is a hyndai that's why
yes the air/fluid gets hot and expands. The pressure within the cooling system should be what ever the radiator cap is set for, usually 15 to 16 psi. If it is more than that, replace the radiator cap.
Metamorphic, changed by pressure and heat
No they are not the same - the engines changed from 98 to 99.
If the radiator or reservoir cap is bad it could cause overheating because the system will not build up the proper pressure. Also the fan clutch could be worn out which would keep the fan from spinning fast enough to cool the radiator.
I would look at the ignition or fuel pump. most of the time it is the fuel pump. on a 98 if the pump has not been changed the old one will not produce the right pressure, it will be to low.
The coolant system is designed to operate at a specific pressure. Switching to an 18psi cap will put too much pressure on the system and could cause part failures, like blown hoses.
Check the fuse and the wiring.
Metamorphic rocks have been changed by heat or pressure. This can be a change in size, shape, or arrangement of minerals.