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1990 Ford Aerostar Consumer Discussions


I remember the two town cars we had; both rentals, and neither made it out of town before losing their transmission. We ended up having to rent the Aerostar (1990s)for our Disney trip....

(re-post of my message in Aerostar elec forum, mod can remove that one)...

I'm visiting forum because considering buying a used 4WD Aerostar but thought my experience with previous Aerostar might be of interest to those asking about reliability and such....

I also have a Ford Aerostar. Mine is a 1990 with 194,500 miles... yes that is correct. (we really drive our vehicles). I to have had A/C problems, radiator, water pump, electric window, stuck fuel gau...

Like a post above - I was (sometimes I think/wish) a die hard Ford guy. I had an 1989 Escort and a 1995 Ford Windstar. Dad had a 1991 Aerostar and a 1997 Ford Tempo. But (3) out of those (4), the E...

1991 Ford Aerostar minivan. The LeBaron was too small, even for a shrinking family. Dad bought a new Aerostar van and took this vehicle through Hades and back. It later suffered a collapsed valve whic...

which would be best to use? I have a 1990 Aerostar 4.0 and an 1990 Tbird SC with a 3.8 supercharger. Any helpfull info would be great. Thanks...

My dad's 1994 Explorer Sport has 191k on the with no repairs since he bought it at 140k. He also has an '87 Aerostar, bought at 88k, went through 2 transmissions (pathetic Ford A4LD) until the body c...

of which are impressive. I had a 1990 Ford Aerostar which did that well, and have a Saturn SL1 which gets 40 mpg so I know my driving is smooth. I know someone who bought the Mazda CX5 and is gettin...
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