When I start my car, if it runs for more than a minutes (I like to let it "warm up"- habit from cold winters) it shuts off; I took it in for service, a couple of weeks ago and they ran a computer diagnostic test ($93) but didn't find anything. They kept it overnight and said it was fine. Today, I stopped at a stop light and it shut off and wouldn't restart. After two tries, I was finally able to get it started, I quickly put it in drive and shot off, luckily I was only a few blocks from home. What could be wrong and why didn't the repair shop find anything?
Problem Identification on 2001 Ford Windstar
by LATONIA in Flossmoor, IL on August 11, 2009
ANSWER by backyard tech on August 11, 2009
You paid that shop $93! Was it a small independant or a franchise chain? Try another shop.
ANSWER by Elissa on April 01, 2010
could be a bad battery or fuel pump
It just started messing up and replacing power steering pump l seen a post some models or all were recalled and replacement was free. Please tell me if that is the case