by freshbrood on Mar 11, 2012 Vehicle: 1994 Ford Aerostar XLT 3dr Minivan
This things just awesome. I bought a '94 XLT in 2011.. 282k miles on it. That's right- Runs like a champ. Dependable, comfy, and surprisingly just about all the electrical works, except for passenger side window and lighter. All the lights and electrical otherwise are fine, still going strong.
by Great Van! on May 16, 2010 Vehicle: 1994 Ford Aerostar XL Plus 3dr Ext Minivan AWD
Owner for 15yrs. Runs great! The few minor problems that came up I was able to handle myself. Rear seats have been out for a few years and van is used for cargo,which it does great, the space available for cargo is cavernous.. no other mini can even come close. I will keep this van until it falls apart. Very easy to drive and comfortable also.
by Lapoot on Nov 9, 2009 Vehicle: 1994 Ford Aerostar Eddie Bauer 3dr Minivan AWD
Bought used with 80000. Issues: spark plug wires replace once at 110,000. Shift lever loose at 145,000. Mileage: 22 on the highway, 15 in town. Very comfortable ride , even for large people. SOLID, DEPENDABLE. I regularly have the tranny flushed, and filled with AMS oil.
by Steve on Oct 26, 2007 Vehicle: 1994 Ford Aerostar XL Plus 3dr Minivan
This is the best vehicle I have ever bought. It has never been towed. My son is 3 yrs older than the van and he is driving it now. I have replaced the spark plug twice and it is because I felt guilty. I do change my oil every 3000 - 5000 mile. I have performed minimum maintenace on this vehicle. I still trust it more than my newer vehicles. I wish they did not stop making them. Thanks Ford for a great vehicle. Oh, it has driven 270,000 miles already and still sound great.
by Jason on Dec 24, 2006 Vehicle: 1994 Ford Aerostar XL 3dr Minivan
We've had this thing for 5 years. It has served us great. We've gone from coast to coast with no major problems. All the kids fit with enough space to keep them from fighting. Take out the seats and it will haul ANYTHING. We did a complete move with just this van. It is built very solid. She took a hit from a deer last year and kept rolling with no serious damage. My wife seized the engine by letting it overheat and it fired right back up after it cooled off. I've had a few odd-ball electrical problems, but this is normal for Ford. Other than that I've only dealt with routine maintenance issues. The old girl has 210,000 miles now and still runs fine, and the AC is still cold.
My fiance owns a 1994 ford Aerostar 2wldrive 3.0, it was leaking coolant to the heater core so he bipased it but now the heat doesnt work and now its startign to get cold out.. my question is where is...
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