Re: 3.0L Aerostar won't start
Try your Thermostat...The thermostat is letting cold coolant through when it shouldnt.. Thus your Coolant Sensor senses cold temps and causes the engine to flood itself..in turn the fuel pump will not kick on... Your thermostat should kick on at a certin temp.. but not at startup! it should kick on and let coolant through at around 180-210 Degrees F...depending on what kind of Thermostat it is.. all in all I believe that the thermostat is bad and is letting coolant through all the time even at colder temps... Kinda a crude explanation but, Try the Thermostat....