I just had mine replaced and it was $140.00 at a "mom and pop" mechanic. If you go to the dealer then I am sure it will be about 200-250.
Have you checked the ignition control module? Have you checked the ignition control module?
That's a trick question...there isn't one. It's a distributor-less ignition system. It has 3 coil packs and and ignition module and are located right under the front exhaust manifold.
You'll need a new ignition switch and key provided from your dealer, the bill won't be pretty!
by the EGR valve on passenger side of engine
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.
your coil packs are bad. this is not cheap to fix. sorry.
remove glove box panel ecm is located behind panel
The engine computer (behind the battery) is the ignition module.
Owners manual, positive.
You may want to check the fuel pump fuse first. I just had it happen to me. On the panel it is marked fp.AnswerIn my experience changing the ignition module should fix the problem . AnswerIt could be the crankcase position sensor. If no pulses are seen from the sensor, the ignition module will not fire the spark plugs.