The fuel pump relay may be in the engine compartment relay box located on the wall around the battery not sure about fuel pump fuse.
My friend said his ford Aerostar was front wheel drive? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ As far as I know the Ford Aerostar has always been rear wheel drive or all wheel drive capable
Just unplug the all wheel drive electronic module. It is clipped on the underside of the driver's seat. It is a little metal box about 3 1/2" x 3 1/2".
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.
No, they are two completely different designs. aerostar is rear wheel drive ,taurus front wheel drive.
I am going to say probably not. The reasons are involved than just whether it is rear wheel drive or not. I am sure the bellhousing patterns are different, it would have to be a V6 and I am not aware of any rear wheel drive wagon that had either a 3.0 or a 4.0 which is what the Aerostar came with. The only rear wheel drive wagon that had a V6 I can think of was the old LTDII wagon which had a 3.8 liter. The other issue is the biggest. The 98 Aerostar had an electronic controlled tranny. Any wagon with a V6 would have been built long before an electronic tranny was used. You stand a better chance of using a Ranger transmission, than a wagon or sedan.
all wheel drive is active all of the time I have not heard of the all wheel drive , I have the 94 electronic 4 wheel drive , it is only active in loss off traction !! Good Luck ! The electronic 4wheel drive is automatic. When there is little to no load on the engine when it is in gear, it triggers an electric sensor switch (hence the name "electric four wheel drive") that engages the rear wheels. You will know when it's working. It will only tell you if four wheel drive has a problem, not whether or not it is on. You will feel it kick and then you start moving. I drove through an underpass that was in about 1' deep water, and as soon as i pushed the pedal and the front wheels slipped, it kinda jerked and the rear wheels started spinning as well. I hope that answers your question. Matt Hecker of Springfield Oregon I have an electronic 4WD Aerostar..a 1997. I understand that the 4WD it is active all the time with a 30% front and 70% rear power delivery to the wheels under dry-road conditions. When there is a loss of traction (e.g. if you're suddenly on a patch of ice), and the wheels skid, the power distribution becomes 50% rear, 50% front. On mine, there is an alarming jerk in the transmission, like you've gone over a railroad track. I'm not sure whether this is normal or not. However, at low speeds the aerostar is terrific in snow...I've driven though a snow covered ploughed field with it...it's awesome.
rear or optional all wheel drive
Computer is an electronic machine not as electronic device rather electronic devices such as Hard Disk Drive, DVD Drive, Keyboard, Mouse constitute components of Computers.
Yes, It should be an Aerostar.
A four wheel drive actuator works by either a mechanical or electric solinod what will engage when you turn 4x4 on depending on what make and model your vehicle is the location
The Windstar, Freestar & Monterey are Ford's front-wheel drive mini-vans. The 'Econoline' series of vans and Aerostar are the rear-wheel drive offerings.
drive usually makes the motor go
They are the Drive heads, Spindle, Platter, and Electronic Circuitry.
a hard drive
Yes, if it is electric.
An electric motor is an electromechanical energy conversion devicewhereas an electric drive is that which involves control of speed or position of the motor.
The most common electronic hand tool is an electric drill, which can be used to put holes into an object (usually wood) and can also be used to drive screws into a substance, or to pull them out.
Generally they are repellants intended to keep them from entering in the first place and unlikely to drive them out if already inside. If you mean electric mouse//rat, they kill almost instantly.
I drive a 91 Areostar with a 3.0L engine... most of the time it averages between 22 to 25 mpg
will it not pull at all or just not well?? Could be low on transmission fluid if its having trouble moving when in drive.... I know i have seen it happen on a 95' ford aerostar, not an 89 though... If it doesn't move at all, perhaps shift linkage is not putting transmission into gear. check under van to inspect linkage.
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