Question about 1993 Ford Aerostar Extended
Sometimes it might be the start engine that got stucked I had the same problem and I solved by going under the car by the driver's side at about the midle front of the car, then look up for to cilinders joined together a big and a small one there might be 2 red wires that go to one of the cilinders the small one, the thin red wire has a plastic locking cap it might be lose thinghten it well, then get something hard like a wrench and hit both cilinders not to hard, not to soft, several times it will cause that the sulphate accumulated inside the start engine releases the inside rotor that might be stucked try to start the engine and if it does take your car to a mechanic and ask him to clean the sulphate accumulated inside the start engine so it won't happen again in a long long time.
Posted on May 06, 2010
Clean your battery posts. Sometimes they look like they are clean but even the thinnest film of corrosion will take out you electrical system. Make sure all connections are tight.
Posted on May 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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