Lots of recalls. The door ajar alarm
switches are continually a problem,
which render the alarm system useless.
The whole front end is under-
engineered. I'm running on my fourth
set of tierod ends. The front torsion
bar broke in half about 3 years ago.
Last year, the left front coil spring
broke on the highway taking out the
tire and brake line. This vehicle gets
regular highway usage, not bumpy
I've kept the vehicle this long because
when there is rain or snow on the
ground, it handles very good for what
it is. Ground clearance to go through
snow or disperse water and slush is
Aerodynamic and fuel efficient at 20
mpg. A 4x8 sheet of plywood will fit,
with the seats down and the front seats
pulled forward. Great in rain, slush
and snow. And the dual air
conditioners are a must!
How about using the DOHC 3.8L v6, like
my 1999 Sable has. 7 people in the
Windstar turns the engine into a real
In fact, why haven't we seen a Windstar
Super Sport? Everyone's done the SUV
thing till they're sick. Minivans have
yet to be tricked out by the
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