There is no direct answer to this question. If you're sure that the relay is overheating, it,s a sign that it's defective. Or a short caused by a possible bad ground or any related electrical part causing a short. A true diagnostics on this related part requires more information. Check the wiring for poor connections. Start with the wiring at the relay first.Fords are notorious for poor connections. Bad grounds causes shorts because of reverse polarity. Which in turn causes electrical parts to get to hot.
There was a Ford Motor Company recall on certain Aerostar Vans concerning this situation. You should do a search for 'Ford Aerostar recalls' then type in your year and it will give you the info. It seems like it was a dealer fix requiring installation of a grounding strip in the electrical circuit. .
The function of the fan is to help prevent overheating.
Yes a bad thermostat would cause overheating in any car. A thermostat regulates the temperature.
the radiotor or the cams
Yes it could.
yes and ignition relay would..
Overheating causes pigs to over heat.
If air is trapped in the cooling system and is not removed, yes, it will cause overheating.
Yes it can. A faulty thermostat can cause overheating which will cause coolant to be pushed out of the system.
This is not the cause, this relay is to start the and run the compressor (Basically) and it will not cause the system to lower overnight.
Sounds like you need a tune up By itself low coolant would only cause overheating, if it is overheating that can cause runnimg complaints.
My ignition relay was damaged and it caused my starter to go out, which cause my car to shut down.
Any relay could be the cause.
If the Aerostar is not set for auto lock when the vehicle is put into gear, check the door lock, switch. Also check the lock relay and wiring for a possible short.
The most likely cause of a 1992 Ford Aerostar stalling while idling is bad spark plugs. The plugs should be changed and the timing checked to resolve the problem.
No, it would cause the engine to run poorly but not to seize. Lack of lubrication or overheating will cause that. Also a broken part, as in a rod, will cause it to seize.
Possible transmission damage due to the overheating.Possible transmission damage due to the overheating.
Injector relay failed
it would cause overheating but the smoke is probally coming from some sort of water or antifreeze in combustion chamber
FAN MOTOR BROKEN----TEMP SENSOR OUT OF RANGE----RELAY IS BURNED OUT---BAD WIRE
Do you have your terminology right....The injector relay would be the computer right??? The fuel pump relay could cause that problem!!!! good luck and let me know
If it's not really overheating but you're getting warnings, it's probably a faulty sensor.
Many things could cause that: blown fuse, bad relay, corroded wiring (if you live near sea water or in the North), bad temp sensor (have to have a scantool to check it), or the following.. First are you sure they should be going? They go based on the temperature sensor reading. Are you overheating? If you are not overheating don't worry about it. If you are overheating check your coolant level first. You could have air in the system that would cause it to over heat. If you have air and you haven't taken the system apart in the last month, find the coolant leak.
because the car thinks it overheating so it shuts down to prevent damage to the motor
well overheating would be a big cause to it diening but it could be a number of things get a local mechanic to check it out