If it is similar to the 1990 aerostar than I can help. There is a drive axle that blocks the removal of the starter. It is held in by 4 bolts. If you remove these and carefully but forefully push it over there is barely enough room to remove the starter. However, I personally could not reach up behind the starter with a wrench to remove battery cable to the starter. In the end I cut the cable and when installing the new starter I put the new cable on first the fed the battery cable up through the engine compartment. Warning, do not cut the small wire if you choose this option. It should come off fine. There is only about an 8th of an inch of clearnace to pull the starter out even with the drive axle push to the side. However, it is possible. Also I fed the cable under some other wires and tubes in order to keep it from touching the exhust.
Your starter has gone bad and will need to be replaced unless you can take the starter to an automotive electrician and he may be able to fix it.
If your Ford Aerostar is overheating and losing water, it may be a bad radiator. You need to take your car in to get serviced.
What solonoid?? If it is the starter solnoid, you have to take the starter off.
stator or starter?
Take it somewhere and get somebody that knows shat they're doing to fix it.
pump has to be pressed off with a puller.
The starter is on the back side of the engine on the driver's side down towards the bottom. There are 3 bolts. 2 on the bottom and 1 on the top. You have to take the battery and tray out to lift the started out from the top. It won't come out from the bottom.
I remove the starter and test it, then take a pry bar and try to tun the motor over by inserting it into the teeth of the flywheel.
The back up light switch on the 1994 Ford Aerostar is located on the side of the transmission. To remove it the wires must first be unplugged. Next the all screws must be removed.
How do i take my spar tier form under the 1992 ford E-150
Disconnect the battery, take off the terminals on the starter, then remove the starter mounting bolts in the belt housing.
you go under the house then take out all of the ducting and then you put the new ducting in.
Three bolts to take the old one out, take the wires of the old starter and put on the new. Replacement is the opposite of removal.
Make sure the starter is bad then remove the neg battery cable then the wires from the starter, take the bolts out that hold it on and work it out.
well the easiest way that i have found to remove a starter is to UNHOOK BATTERY CABLES THEN UNBOLT THE STARTER FROM THE MOTOR YOUR HONESTLY A DUMB A@@ for asking this
Disconnect the battery. Unhook the starter wires. Remove the two bolts on the starter. Take the starter out, and bolt the new one in. Reverse the procedure to finish the installation.
It might fit but it will take you a while.
To remove the starter from a ford transit van, first you need to disconnect the battery. Once the battery is disconnected, you will find the starter on the gearbox facing the flywheel. At this point, you will need to remove connectors that are located on the back of the starter, and take out the bolts that hold it in place. By giving the starter a shake, the starter motor should come out.
At the BOTTOM of the radiator on the drivers side. OR just take the bottom hose off at the radiator.
No, there isn't sorry.. on 1997 awd aerostar 4.0 you have to take four bolts off of front drive shaft ,pry it away from the coupling ,may need some persuassion (pry bar and hammer) .move drive shaf up and out of the way and the starter will have enough room to slide down.
No you do not.
The starter is on the back side of the engine and is on the bottom. It has 3 bolts and is bolted to the bell housing. You may have to take it out from the top.
Hey Russ== Take it to the parts store like Autozone and they will check the starter, alternator and battery. goodluckJoe If your starter isn't working check for a single wire that is connected with a spade on the starter. ford had a problem with the spade corroding and not allowing the starter to work ( i think it might be the trigger wire). just wire brush the two connections and put them back together, or put a new connector on the wire.