Question about 1992 Ford Aerostar Extended
Look anywhere and everywhere on the engine block, im not a ford expert but it should be attached to that. it could be covered and camoflauged with dirt and grease so look carefully. look around suspension members, steering components, anything, since its a straight block it will either be sitting vertical or sideways, (look at your new filter for a reference of what it actually looks like)
(in some cases your filter will be just a filter, with no metal casing. if this is the case look on top of the engine, there should be a cap with a large hex nut on it, turn it counter clockwise. note this example i have only seen on the new chevy cobalts so there is a VERY low chance of this being on your ford too)
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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