The proper gap for 1990 aerostar spark plug is .044. This was taken from Dept of Motor Vehicles in Delaware. - Bill R. Jr.
I have repaired my vehicles for over 40 years, the engineers at ford have finally hidden a part from me, I have been looking for 3 weeks I cant find the EGR VALVE on the 94 3.0 liter aerostar.
It could, some vehicles do have a tire pressure sensor in the spare.
36 PSI is good for these vehicles
the recommended tyre pressure for all light vehicles is 32psi in all tyres
There is just ( 1 ) timing chain on the 4.0 liter OHV engine used in a 1992 Ford Aerostar In 1997 Ford started using the 4.0 liter SOHC engine in some of their vehicles that has ( 3 ) timing chains
The fuel pressure on a 1989 CRX is between 40 and 42 psi. This is a common pressure range for most vehicles.
there is none.there is a pressure regulator however.and there is a tank sensor sometimes that measures pressure in the tank. but not on all vehicles.
ALL VEHICLES NOW USE R134. IF YOUR VEHICLE IS EQUIPPED FOR R12 IT SHOULD BE CONVERTED TO R134. ANY PARTS STORE SHOULD CARRY RETRO FIT KIT.R12 IS RARE AND ALOT MORE COSTLY. UNIT WITH AUX AIR SHOULD CARRY APPROX 4 LB CHARGE.
That is a very common size for Mini vans, Aerostar, Windstar, Caravan, Voyager, etc and mid size US cars.
Chevy Stepvan P30 (not stock) Most converted by Frito Lay
Absolutely. You need sufficient hold off pressure in order to release the spring brakes and keep them released... for road-bound vehicles, it's 60 psi. Not sure if it's the same for rail vehicles and aircraft.
Once in a week
Some vehicles` oil pressure will do this when at an idle. This is normal, if the oil pressure does not get higher when at higher rpms then something may be wrong.
It is probably warning you of low tire pressure. Many vehicles now have a system that senses when the tire pressure is low. On my vehicle it is the "tire pressure warning system".
Rear air conditioning lines for older vehicles, such as a 1996 Ford Aerostar, can usually be found through local auto part stores. If the stores fail to have these in stock, they can still be sourced from local junkyards or online classified sites.
The maximum safe pressure will be listed on the side of the tire. It could be 35 or 44 psi. It will depend on the tire. The vehicles owners manual or a label on the drive side door jamb will list recommended pressure for the vehicle.The maximum safe pressure will be listed on the side of the tire. It could be 35 or 44 psi. It will depend on the tire. The vehicles owners manual or a label on the drive side door jamb will list recommended pressure for the vehicle.
the vehicles carrying heavy loads are provided with multi-wheel axles to increase the area and decrease the pressure.
The tire pressure should be on the manufacturer vehicle spec sticker beside the drivers door post. This shows the vehicles recommended tire size and pressure.
The vehicles recommended tire pressure is in the drivers front or rear drivers door jamb and in your owners manual. The pressure on the side of the tire only tells you the maximum amount of pressure that the tire can safely handle. That figure is not the recommended tire pressure.
No, they are a convenience. Yes, on all vehicles in the USA smaller than a 3500 truck.
Yes, they use high pressure air flow to lift the vehicles of the ground on a cusion of air.
That information is posted on the vehicles door jamb area and in the drivers manual.
Natural gas is a cleaner and more efficient form of fuel than gasoline. There are many kinds of vehicles that run on natural gas, and gasoline vehicles may be converted to do so. They are slightly more expensive than gasoline vehicles, but they save you a lot of money on fuel, and are safer for the environment.
All of your charging to your ac system is done through your low side port. The low side service port is located in the line that runs from the compressor through the evaporator (firewall) and up the condensor on the low pressure (suction) side of the system. R134a recharge hoses will only fit on the low side service port on all R134a vehicles and R-12 vehicles that have been converted to R134a.