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A Buyer’s Guide to the 2007 Ford Crown Victoria
This enduring Ford classic enjoyed a nearly two-decade run before being discontinued from the retail market with the 2007 model-year being the last. Ever-popular with law enforcement (for whom models continued in...

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Why does my 2005 Ford Crown Victoria start fine but it has no power.
Hello. This can be caused by quite a few different things. Most of the time it is caused by something like a dirty fuel filter, a failing air flow sensor, or possibly a bad catalytic converter. I usually scan the...
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Hesitation between 40 & 50 mph.
After scanning the computer for codes to see if there is codes for the transmission or EGR system. If no codes then you should disconnect the EGR vacuum control valve and road test to see if problem of surge continues....
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Ford Crown Victoria ex-police r they reliable? r they cheap to maintain and repair?
The Ford Crown Victoria has been around a long time and has been driven in the snow by many people. The police use the car cause it is reliable and one of last larger cars without going to a SUV....
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How do I turn off the wrench shaped light on the dash
You will need to have the vehicle computer scanned and diagnosed by a mechanic like one from YourMechanic that can come to you so you do not have to drive the vehicle before having the vehicle checked. The light means...
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whats the cost to replace a bumper, hood, header panel, left and fight fender and core support
A body shop would need to be consulted for doing body work and replacing large components and panels.
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Lower t fited radiator aftermarket hose on 2004 ford crown vic.
The Ford special hose for the lower radiator hose on this engine is going to be the best bet to stop the leaking you are having with the aftermarket one. The aftermarket one is very common to get leaks at...
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My car was near a fire headlights melted parts of bumper grill 2005 Ford Crown Victoria
Hi there, it's quite likely that there was melting of wiring insulation, and perhaps even the wiring itself and the battery. If electrical power somehow remained, the first turn of the ignition switch would cause electrical shorts as well. This...
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Car is tapping
Occasionally, belt driven accessories are the source of noise so you can try to isolate all belt driven components by removing the serpentine belt and briefly run the engine. If the noise remains, a common source of tapping is the...
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Stalling
Hi There, It sounds like you may have a dirty or failing idle air control valve causing your engine idle to fluctuate and eventually stall. The idle air control valve is a small valve on the engine's intake system that...
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Do you do rear axle bearings and seals? 2005 Ford Crown Victoria
Hello, unfortunately, rear axle bearing replacement is not a service YourMechanic offers at this time. However we can provide rear axle seal and brake service for your Crown Vic. Thanks for thinking of us! Sent to CS rear axle...
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Could you show me what it looks like?
Hi there. First check the fuel filter and see if the filter is plugged up. If your vehicle has a tank filter and not a inline filter, then check the fuel pump relay and see if it's clicking on when...
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Was at red light and car wouldn't go forward after light changed
Hi there: Without being there to complete a diagnostic scan or inspect the vehicle personally, it's very difficult to accurately pinpoint the issue you are having with the Crown Vic. It's possible that you may have a simple electrical sensor...
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Ignition lock cylinder
The only other way to get the ignition lock cylinder out you would have to drill it out. Then the lock insides can be removed so you can replace the lock cylinder. Make sure to not use over a 1/2...
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Sputtering and stalling
Hello. If the issue returned after the spark plugs were replaced then it may be possible that there is an issue elsewhere. Aside from bad plugs, other issues with the ignition system, such as a faulty ignition coil or spark...
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I have been having trouble starting my car.
This may be a sign of a weak battery, a failing voltage regulator or failing alternator. As you may know, the alternator is responsible for charging the battery while the engine runs by generating amperage and recharging the battery while...
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Temperature gauge
It sounds like you may have a faulty temperature gauge or a faulty temperature sensor. As you may know, there is a sensor that measures the temperature of the coolant that relays this information to the computer which then sends...
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Coolant Sensor
Your coolant sensor is a very critical component to your vehicle as it is responsible for relaying the coolant temperature to the computer which uses this information for many different things such as controlling the cooling system and the enrichment...
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Right rear sets lower than left side pulls to right with tire wear on rt. Front outside of tire
You should have the entire suspension checked for sway bar links that are broken. If the links are broken or bushings are worn out then the links should be replaced.
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Connect wir
Hi there: Your best bet is to contact Crimestopper; the manufacturer of the RS00 G5 device you purchased or intend on buying for specific instructions; as different automotive manufacturers have different procedures for installing them to the remote starting. ...
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why does my car hesitate when I hit the gas and also it has been tested on a computer and all of the oxygen sensors drop to zero
Hello, thank you for writing in. When the oxygen sensors read low voltages, the computer thinks the engine is running lean (less fuel than normal) and will try to compensate for it. In doing this, the computer will send the...

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