This is the second Windstar we have
been afflicted with. The first was a
1999 and we finally got rid of it
because in the heat, the rear sliding
doors would pop ajar. This new one
has also had issues with the sliders (
the same issue). Now, I am finding
plenty of little things going wrong.
I am just tired of spending my time in
We have also discovered that the rear
heating system is poorly designed.
There is a vent aimed at the drivers'
seat. So, when the kids are cold, but
the driver is warm, too bad for the
driver (or the kids)- the driver
roasts while the kids still shiver.
I LOVE the conversation mirror!
Fix those darn doors!!! Redesign the
rear heating system so that the heat
is not sent directly up the back of
the driver, but is distributed
throughout the back of the vehicle.
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