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Transmission Problem in 1991 Ford Aerostar Van.

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Will the Transmission out of 1991 Ford Aerostar Van (Eddie Bauer Edition) with Automatic 4-wheel drive and 4.0 Engine work in a 1992 Ford Aerostar with a 3.0 that isn't 4-wheel drive???

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The 4.0L has minor differences in the valve body, and other internal parts. Each year had minor upgrades as well. The 3.0L RWD has a different extension housing, and extension shaft compared to the 4.0L E4WD which has a 4 X 4 extension housing. These extension housings are easily swappable but the rear output shaft requires dismantling the entire transmission to swap. Vans equipped with a transfer case have a shorter driveshaft.

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I dont think so, no. The transmission in the 4.0 L is a standalone tranny made by Ford. I BELIEVE that the 3.0 L engine uses the same transmission that is used in the Ford Ranger.

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You would be better off getting a tranny from an aerostar that is two wheel drive. The bolt pattern on the bell housing is different between the 3.0 and the 4.0 engine.

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