Discussion in 'Aerostar Forum' started by BrooklynBay, April 22, 2008.
We have one. The link is in my signature: http://www.explorerforum.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=146
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when i was looking for a transmission a while back the guy at the scrap yard was trying to sell me one from an awd areostar, said that all id need to do st swap the shifter linkage over because their opposites ie, park is first.
I guess thats one spot to get a good transmission that hasn't been rat-bagged.
can I get a copy also
Welcome to this forum! You could download it from this link: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=78Y4DYQ9 or I could email it to you if you have a problem trying to download it. I will need your email address.
It's that fitting that made it the perfect fit for mating my 1st gen steering box to my 2nd gen steering column when I did my SAS!
Can someone forward me a copy (if available) for the interchange for 96 Aerostar AWD transmission to Explorer/Ranger tranny. Does it have to be AWD to AWD or can it be a 2WD explorer/ranger and transfer the adapter plate/transfer case from AWD to 2WD?
You have to open the transmission to swap the rear tail housing output shafts if you want to convert a 2WD to AWD or 4WD or vice versa. It's possible to do, but is a lot of work.
will 2wd ranger lowered spindles fit my aerostar. how about springs. obviously i'm looking to lower my van without airbags. thanks in advance
Welcome to this forum! Do you have more information on these parts (brand, links, etc)?
actually i thought rangers of this era had twin i-beams. i guess what really want to know is what other ford products share the same front suspension. the rear should be easy to drop, but the front is another thing. for the record,93 aerostar ,3.0 V6, 2WD pretty standard.
send to firstname.lastname@example.org please
Post # 54 has a link to download it.
we used to have an Aerostar Xl Reg length.
we then got a used 94 Taurus(which will be revived within the next month)
and our sadly dying 98 Explorer
I too would appreciate a list, since all the explorers at the scrapyard are always stripped of parts. THNX email@example.com
Post # 54 has a link to download it: http://www.explorerforum.com/forums/showpost.php?p=2208263&postcount=54
Do you think I could use an Areostar front axle u joints inner and outer to replace mine on my 93 Ford Explorer?
I am currently having issues finding this part because dealerships are telling me this product is discontinued for my year.
Can I also get a copy as well. I am having issues finding a replacement for my front axle inner and outer u joints for my 93 ford explorer and I'm being told by the dealerships that that part is discontinued.
My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Christina, those u-joints are a very common part and you will find them at any Napa, Autozone, etc.
Post # 66 in this thread has the link if you want to download it: http://www.explorerforum.com/forums/showpost.php?p=2492451&postcount=66
could you please send me a copy of the interchange guide for a ranger
Check this link: http://www.explorerforum.com/forums/showpost.php?p=2208263&postcount=54
I am interested, because i am losing a battle with 95xlt e4wd. i need to get new exhaust manifolds for both sides. i can find the manifolds for the 3.0 liter everywhere, but nobody has the 4.0. if the explorer manifolds fit that would solvemy problem
Get these parts from another OHV (not a SOHC) 4.0L.