Its very possibly either a broken flex plate or unbolted tork converter. My flex plate broke 3/4 of the way around and made intermiten growling noises. A different Ford I owned had only two tork converter bolts instead of three and one was loose and it made all sorts of ugly noises.
NO. A knocking noise in the engine is a problem in the engine.
On the rear of the engine on the passenger side
Your transmission fluid might be low.
Do you need the engine to be running when adding transmission fluid to a 1995 ford aerostar
Its my understanding that the 92 and 93 Tranny is the same for the two years. It might make a difference if one is a electronic 4-wheel drive and the other is not.
I'm not a mechanic / technician but I believe it can if the automatic transmission uses a modulator valve that has a vacuum line connected to it because the vacuum comes from the engine . If there is a problem with the modulator valve then the transmission fluid could be sucked into the engine
A loud knocking noise in the motor of a car at high speeds is most likely the engine. There could be another issue with the transmission if the knocking only happens at high speeds.
I have researched this question to an extent and according to what I have found, if you have a 3.0 engine the transmission out of another ford with a 3.0 engine only will fit.
3.0 Liter V6: freeze plug
picture of engine of 1991 ford aerostar van
engine knocking hard,and shaking a bit
( No ) the 1997 Ford Explorer uses automatic transmissions that are ELECTRONICALLY controlled , where the 1992 model year is not ( P.S. I'm not a mechanic / technician )
( there are 6 engine cylinders ) for the 1994 Ford Aerostar 3.0 liter V6 engine
Does it quit shaking when it warms up? What engine and year of Aerostar?
On a 1993 Ford Aerostar , 3.0L V6 engine : The distributor is located on the TOP of the engine , near the REAR
Engine knocking can be caused by numerous things. Having the incorrect spark plugs, carbon deposits on the cylinder walls, and being low on engine oil may all cause a knocking sound.
In a 1990 Ford Aerostar : You either have the 3.0 liter V6 engine or the 4.0 liter V6 engine from the factory ( each size of engine has 6 engine cylinders )
It appears that the Ford Aerostar with 3.0 engine does not have a crank position sensor, but the 4.0 engine does have one.
if your engine is knocking that means you need oil. go get an oil change or add a quart asap or the engine will burn out
if the engine is knocking really loud you probably need to overhaul the entire engine or get a new or used engine because loud knocking is not good
Detonation involves a supersonic exothermic. Knocking in a engine is spark-ignition internal combustion.
When the fuel in an engine cylinder ignites prematurely or unevenly to cause power fluctuations and a "knocking" sound. usually occurs when an engine is very how or improperly timed.
Might want to pull off the inspection cover and see if the bolts that hold the torque converter are tight. Also check the condition of the flexplate.
A 1995 Ford Aerostar either has a 3.0 liter or a 4.0 liter V6 engine ( The 3.0L has the engine oil filter on the drivers side of the engine and the 4.0L it is on the passenger side of the engine )