The 1994 Ford Aerostar ignition control module is located on the firewall in the engine compartment. The ignition control module will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
The 1997 Ford Aerostar ignition module can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The ignition module will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
cant turn the key ignition on my 1996 aerostar ford
Same key as ignition...
If you talking about were the key goes into the Ignition then try this. I have a 1991 aerostar. Disconnect your battery. Then remove the screws holding the plastic steering wheel cover. then by looking at the bottom of the steering wheel near the ignition you should see a little button (or what looks like a hole) With the key in the ignition push this button/hole and pull on the ignition (not Majorly hard) Slowly turn the key and it should come out easaly when it is in the on position.
Check the rod than runs from ignition down steering column to actual switch at bottom
its either on the side of your distibutor or on the passenger side fire wall of your engine compartment.
it's the nut behind the wheel!
It should be light green with a yellow stripe, it is hot for the memory. The yellow with black stripe is for ignition.
theres a (probably white) button under the steering wheel, push up on the button while turning the key
A 1993 Ford Aerostar , 3.0L V6 engine has the distributor on top of the engine at the rear * The 4.0L has the Electronic Distributorless Ignition System ( EDIS ) It has ( 1 coil pack ) that has ( 6 ) towers for the spark plug wires
Check fuses Check ignition switch noted for connectors loosening and wearing
in the engine compartment, passenger side fire wall by the heatercore hose connections. probably black, but could also be grey.
1995 Ford Aerostar 4.0 v6 spark plug wire cylinders 3 - 6 connection points 2 - 5 1 - 4 ignition coil 3 - 4 2 - 6 1 - 5 firing order 1-4-2-5-3-6
the module is located on the passenger side inner fender well in the same area as the air cleaner and heater control valve
This depends on whether the engine is equipped with a distributor or with EDIS (Electronic Distributorless Ignition System). If EDIS, there is essentially no adjustment. If distributor, you remove the engine cover inside the vehicle and loosen/turn the distributor like any other. Get an aftermarket manual such as Chilton or Haynes for detail of procedure.
never mind found out on 1993 models you have to take the whole column out and sterring wheel off to get at it thanks anyways
This sounds like a starter problem with commutator or brush problems. joedi
Disable ignition and turn steering wheel stop to stop while cranking engine. Repeat until air bubbles and or noise is gone. Crank no more than 15 seconds at a time.
IGNITION ? ARE we talking ignition coil-ignition wires ignition switch-key & tumbler.
replace wire from coil to distributor or inertia switch lower side panel under glove box.
First, disconnect the 'positive' battery cable. Insert key. Rotate the switch to on position. Leave key in switch. Examine the face of the switch. You will see a small hole, about the size of a paper clip. Insert paper clip into hole. Rotate key to 'full' forward position as if starting. Pull on the key. Your switch should be easily removed. I did this on my 1992 Aerostar and it worked fine. Also, you might do a google search. That is where I got my information.
Remove the retaining ring from the ignition switch. Pull the ignition barrel out. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the ignition. Reverse the process to install the new ignition.
I don't know what you mean by computer chip. Do you mean an add-on performance enhancer? The vehicle has an ignition control module fastened to either the rear of the engine compartment on the left fender skirt, if it is a 4.0 liter, or it is screwed to the distributer at the rear of the engine if it is a 3.0 liter. As far as a performance chip, I wouldn't think there is because an Areostar is just not something people usually try to "soup up."