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are you sure you are not low on gas? sounds to me like you have a small amount of gas in the tank and when you turn right the gas in the tank is moving away from the gas pump which causes the motor to die..
if its dieing when you turn the wheel your steering column is probably loose, that happened to me and after id turn the wheel so far it would pop the keep back and the truck would die, i replaced the steering column and she worked great
windstar has a pressure switch on the pressuer line to the rack and pinion, squeeze the plug and pull up to disconect it and see if it happens again. you might have a short in one of these wires or the switch ... to reach the switch it is mounted on top of the power steering rack so reach down behind the motor on the driver side or crawl under and reach up on driver side
it sounds like your ignition switch is failing and when you turn the wheel sometimes the steering lock pin is jolting the switch and making a momentary contact, you should try turning the key to the on position and jumping a 12 volt signal wire from the battery to the small wire on the starter (only until it starts do not leave this connected constantly) to confirm this is the switch for sure check for 12 volts out of the switch in the start position (it may be intermittent also) good luck and please rate -jeff here is your part click here