Hello, how are you guys? The discussion this time is about the Ford Aerostar which is Ford’s first minivan. Produced in two generations. The generation that will be discussed is the second generation which was produced in 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 and 1997. In this publication you will find the fuse designation in ford aerostar cars. Check out this review for more details!
Ford Aerostar History
Ford produced a variety of vans under the name Aerostar between the 1986 and 1997 model years. The Chevrolet Astro/GMC Safari and the first two generations of Chrysler minivans were marketed against Ford’s initial minivan product line.
The Aerostar, which debuted just before the Ford Taurus, got its name from its slope-nosed “one-box” design. Despite being almost six feet tall, the Aerostar’s body nonetheless had a lower drag coefficient than the Lincoln Mark VII, Cd=0.37.
The Aerostar was one of the first cars to introduce all-wheel drive to the sector in North America. It was also the first minivan powered completely by V6 engines. Ford sold both model lines concurrently through the 1997 model year in place of the Aerostar, which was replaced for the 1995 model year by the front-wheel-drive Ford Windstar.
Ford unveiled the E-4WD all-wheel drive technology for the Aerostar during the 1990 model year (Electronic 4-Wheel Drive). The E-4WD system, which was created especially for the model line, was available from 1990 to 1997 on XLT and Eddie Bauer trims.
The four-wheel drive system in other Ford light vehicles was designed and intended for off-road driving, while E-4WD was not. Despite lacking low-range gearing, the device boosted traction in bad weather without the driver’s help.
Ford Aerostar Relay – Second Generation
|18 GA. Fuse Link||Starter motor relay||Brown||Auxiliary heater or A/C|
|12 GA. Fuse Link||Starter motor relay||Gray||Alternator|
|20 GA. Fuse Link||Starter motor relay||Blue||Trailer|
|18 GA. Fuse Link||Starter motor relay||Brown||Heated backlite/Power Locks|
|16 GA. Fuse Link||Starter motor relay||Black||Headlamp switched feed|
|22A Circ. Brkr.||Integral with headlamp switch||Headlamps and high beam indicator|
|16 GA. Fuse Link||Starter motor relay||Black||Igniyion switch feed|
|20 GA. Fuse Link||Starter motor relay||Blue||Powertrain Control Module|
|20 GA. Fuse Link||Starter motor relay||Blue||PCM KAM|
Ford Aerostar Fuse box specification
Ford Aerostar Fuse box
|Fuse||Amere rating [A]||Circuit protected|
|1||15||Brake shift interlock, hazard flashers, indicator lamps (turn signal), speed control, stop lamps|
|4||15||Daytime running lamps (DRL), Headlamp ON warning chime, Instrument panel, illumination, license lamps, parking lamps, rear anti-lock brakes, side marker lamps, underhood lamps|
|5||15||Airbag module, back-up lamps, brake shift interlock, daytime running lamps module (DRL), rear defrister switch, turn signal flasher, turn signal indicator|
|6||20||Air conditioning clutch, door ajar realay, illuminated entery timer, speed control amplifier|
|7||20||Rear anti-lock brake system (RABS) module|
|8||15||Cargo lamp, courtesy lamp, dome lamp, glove box lamp, illuminated entry, instument panel courtesy lamps, power mirrors, programmable, speedmeter/odometer module (PSOM), radio, reading lamps, stepwell lamp, visor vanity lamps|
|9||30||Auxiliary air conditioning relay, blower motor, front air conditioning|
|10||15||Air bag module|
|11||15||Premium sound amp, radio|
|12||30||Flash-to-pass, high beam indicator, horn, power lumbar|
|13||5||Instrument and control illumination|
|14||20||Power window motors|
|15||15||All wheel drive (AWD) and indicator|
|16||20||Front cigar lighter, rear cigar lighter|
|17||10||Programmable speedometer/odometer module (PSOM)|
|18||15||Indicator lamps, instrument cluster gauges, low oil relay, transmission control switch, warning chime|
The Ford Aerostar was Ford’s first minivan. The four-wheel drive systems in other Ford light vehicles are designed and intended for off-road driving, whereas the E-4WD is not. While it lacks a low-speed gear, it improves traction in inclement weather without driver assistance. The designation of the terminals as well as the harness for the connectors will vary depending on the vehicle’s equipment level, model and market. may be useful!