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Electronic 4 wheel drive 91 ford aerostar van dosent go into 4 wheel drive

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This van has full time all wheel drive that is controlled by a microprocessor located under the driver's front seat. The system is designed to send 70% of the engines power to the rear wheels and 30% to the front wheels. If the rear wheels lose traction, more power is sent to the front wheels. This vehicle is very stable on wet or snow covered roads. I own a 95 aerostar XLT with the all wheel drive and have never had a problem controlling it in less than perfect road conditions.

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Maybe a vacum line has come off.

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