20 Most Recent 1992 Ford Aerostar Extended Questions & Answers

check the fuel supply lines and the filter in the tank maybe its clogged

1992 Ford... | Answered on Feb 09, 2018

Hi, without testing the car, and knowing miealge on car, ill guess coil is faulty or you can go to any large parts store the new franchise type. They will come out and put a tester on usually free and just might save you a lot of money, before a mechanic tells you to rebuild the motor for 3,000. Good luck to you! Frankie!

1992 Ford... | Answered on May 07, 2017

It could be the seals. Check for dirt and stuff in the channels and check for perishing rubbers.I hope this helps

1992 Ford... | Answered on Nov 30, 2015

Remove the axle nut from the spindle, remve the spindle from the strut to allow room to remove the axle from the spindle, tap the axle out of the spindle. Once loose put a pry bar between the transmission and the axle and pry the axle out of the transmission. Might be a little hard to pry out but it will pop right out. Then to put the new one it just put it in, line it up and tap it in, be sure to torque your axle nut to the correct specifications when tightening or you will have a bad wheel bearing in no time.

1992 Ford... | Answered on Sep 03, 2014

Did you look on autozone's website or check out a Haynes repair manual ?

1992 Ford... | Answered on Aug 27, 2012

There is a fuel pressure regulator on the fuel rail. It could be bad. To check this pull off the vacuum line and turn the ignition on without trying to start the car. If fuel comes out of the vacuum hose fitting the fuel pressure regulator is bad. Another possibility is a bad fuel pump. Check your fuel preasure. If low or non exisitant replace fuel pump only after checking fuel pressure regulator. Good luck.

1992 Ford... | Answered on Sep 23, 2011

There is a small allen head set screw in the bracket. You will need a proper size allen wrench to loosen the screw, then the mirror should slide off the windshield mounted bracket.
Hope this helps!

1992 Ford... | Answered on May 10, 2011

check the shift cable for rust and make sure it is moving freely and if rusty spray some WD40 on it and then a light coating of grease

1992 Ford... | Answered on Apr 10, 2011

I just had this exact problem. Wouldn't start or took 15 trys to start, but then ran smoothly. Sometimes a little rough starting on dry days, but pretty much hard starting after rain. I was thinking water in my tank/bad gas, but shooting some starter fluid in my intake didn't give me the initial blast at start up... that certainly indicated that it was electrical...
...but the next day the vehicle stalled in the middle lane of a three lane street, wouldn't restart. After pushing it to the curb, I got to the point where I was checking the wire from the coil to the distributor cap. Two thirds of the wire lifted right out. This wire was in 2 pieces! Amazing that it had been running at all, with this one wire burned down to a whisper, before it broke completely. There were signs of heat/elec damage to the wire also at a point an inch away on this wire.
Replacing the wires is absolutely the first thing to try. It's cheap and easy to do, and it should be done (or the wires inspected/tested) routinely anyway. The coil-to-distributor coil gets more engine heat and more use than any of the indiv spark plug wires and hence wears much faster.
I am betting this wire is much more likely your problem than a coil failure. Good Luck!

1992 Ford... | Answered on Feb 23, 2011

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