Hi a have a aerostar two tone in colour v 6 i think or v 8 i dont no some body did some work on it and now it run like its on choke there is a tube i think a breather or poss a vacumm pipe i cant find where it goes can anybody help please thanks john
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For the 1995 Ford Aerostar Van:
I do not know if you have the 3.0L V6 or the 4.0L V6; however I have included both below.
For the 3.0L V6 Firing Order: 1-4-2-5-3-6 Cylinders: ......(back)......
.......(front) Ignition Coil Connections:
(back) 3...4 2...6-This is correct! 1...5
For the 4.0L V6: Firing Order: 1-4-2-5-3-6 Cylinders: ........(back)........
.........(front) Ignition Coil Connections:
..(back) 1...2...3 5...6...4- This is also correct!
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Sounds like the front calipers are not fully retracting properly. Check the front caliper operation while a friend pumps the brake pedal, the rubber lines could also be cracked and allowing air into the lines. Check brake fluid level.
quite often ford steering pumps make noise, but if it is hard to steer, the fluid is probably low. First check underneath to see if there is a puddle, if there is then find and fix the leak. next, start it and get it to normal op. temp., while idling, pull the pump plug/ dipstick, check the level, add fluid if necessary. Steer the wheels back and forth a time or two, then check the level again. Double check underneath, visually inspect for puddles/wet spots. does the problem change after these steps? Theres not likely any water in it, therefore freezing isn't likely. Hope this helps.
IF THE CABLE GOES TO THE AIR BOX CHECK IF IT PULLS THE FLAP IN THE BARELL, IF IT DOES THAT IS A MANUAL CHOKE AND NEED TO BE USED TO START THE MOTOR, BUT AS IT IS DIESEL U PROBERLY HAVE PRE HEATERS IN THE HEAD WHICH DO NOT WORK HENCE WILL NOT GET THE FUEL HOT TO START. MAYBE THIS IS A ELECTRICAL FAULT AS THEY SHOULD WORK ON THE KEY, TURN TO IGN POSITION AND LEAVE FOR 10 SECONDS, THEN CRANK ENGINE, USE A METER TO SEE IF POWER IS GETTING TO THEM, THEY HAVE A CABLE LINKING THEM TO THE RELAY THAT RUNS THEM
Do you mean a rubber hose? There is a vacuum tree near the rear of the engine where several hoses connect. See if it has come loose from that. If so you have a vacuum leak and that would explain the rough running.