Ford Windstar Problem Report
Ford Windstar Engine Oil Pan Gasket May Leak
The engine oil pan gasket can develop a leak. Leaking oil may accumulate on the exhaust system resulting in a burning smell. Replacing the gasket should correct this leak.
front lip of gasket gone bad,pipe too close pan - Visitor
oil pan gaskets frt and rear oil pan seals slipped out causing oil leak . replace pan gasket and seals - Visitor
I noticed that the oil always seemed to be on the last quart or less within a short time after getting an oil change. The oil was low in less than 30 days. Ford should reach out to car owners with this problem and fix it.According to what I've heard, the gasket in the oil pan may the the issue. I don't notice any oil stains in the driveway, but the oil is always near empty...?!?!?!?! I'm tired of it! - Visitor
Oil consumption has increased of late. Appears gasket leaking - Visitor
Just discovered a very small oil leak under the front end of the van. Noticed in the last week a 'burning' smell...like plastic almost not really burnt oil smelling. Yesterday notice a slight rattle under the front end while in idle. All of the symptoms point to either and oil filter/pan gasket, or exhaust manifold/gasket or both. In any event, they're minor fixes considering the age of the car and mileage. More of an inconvenience than anything else, but definitely an investment towards the life of my car. - Kiramonyan8
I HAVE TO KEEP PUTTING OIL IN MY VAN I HAVE NO CLUE WHERE IT IS GOING ITS NOT ON THE DRIVEWAY
I have a leak in the oil pan and because of rust and I don't want to spend $400 at a garage to...
Oil leak from pan
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