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Most Recent Ford Aerostar Recall

On February 23, 2001, Ford recalled 36,500 Ford Aerostar. Vehicle description: minivans equipped with 3.0l engines. an accelerator cable was kinked during installation, causing the core wires to eventually fray.
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Ford Aerostar Recall Details

Summary on February 23, 2001
Vehicle description: minivans equipped with 3.0l engines. an accelerator cable was kinked during installation, causing the core wires to eventually fray.
Summary on June 17, 1999
Vehicle description: all wheel drive passenger minivans. (this includes all 1992 awd aerostars not previously included in safety recall 97v-204/97s83). these vehicles can develop powertrain bending resonance or transfer case output shaft bushing displacement. the powertrain bending resonance or the output shaft bushing displacement can result in structural failure of the transmission and/or transfer case. fluid explusion, driveshaft separation or loss of vehicle drive can result.
Summary on April 7, 1999
Vehicle description: mini vans. heat generation in the wiring harness to the fuel pump/sender assembly can cause an electrical short. the vehicle could experience a loss of power and become immobilized and the fuel gauge may be erratic.
Summary on March 19, 1999
Vehicle description: mini vans. these vehicles were produced with a higher than specified electrical load through the accessory power feed circuit. the potential for contact between the b2 (battery), a2 (accessory), and p1 (proof) circuits can occur, creating a short circuit, allowing current to flow through the ground wire.
Summary on December 11, 1998
Vehicle description: mini vans originally sold or currently registered in the following states: alabama, arizona, arkansas, california (10 southern counties of los angeles, orange, san bernadino, san diego, riverside, ventura, santa barbara, san luis obispo, imperial, and kern), florida, georgia, hawaii, louisiana, mississippi, nevada (clark county), oklahoma, south carolina, and texas, and in the u.s. territories covered by the federal statutes. the upper portion of the fuel tank can develop small cracks due to extended exposure to very high ambient temperatures. fuel vapor or leakage could occur at these cracks.