1994 fwd aerostar will only shift from first to second if under no load acceleration or will shift by releasing gas pedal to allow shift is this an adjustment or a new transmission?
It MAY be related to the "downshift" linkage. Some vehicles use a linkage between the throttle body/carburater and the transmission. If the downshift linkage is adjusted wrong you could have the problem you are describing. On the other hand, if it's a computer controlled transmission, it could just be a sensor. But yes, it could also be a transmission problem.Have the transmission serviced. Complete fluid change and new filter. If that doesn't help, then take it to a professional.AnswerAnswer to my own question. I changed fluids, there were large broken pieces of metal in the pan. Took it to a shop, and there is no second gear, it was shifting from first to third. Victoria Transmission would rebuild one from old parts ($800) or a new rebuilt ($1300) and $500 to install or $100 from PicknPull and take a chance.
Will a 1992 ford aerostar with a 40 engine with a automatic transmission will the transmission fit a 1993 ford aerostar 30 engine?
will it not pull at all or just not well?? Could be low on transmission fluid if its having trouble moving when in drive.... I know i have seen it happen on a 95' ford aerostar, not an 89 though... If it doesn't move at all, perhaps shift linkage is not putting transmission into gear. check under van to inspect linkage.
The towing capacity of a 93 Aerostar is most likely 4600 pounds, though some configurations are rated for only 4200 pounds. Towing capacity can vary depending on the type of hitch you are using and the options included with your Aerostar. Things like a towing package, 4 liter engine, auxillary transmission cooler, airshocks in the rear, transmission temperature guage, tachometer and other towing accessories will all help to get better results. We tow a fully…