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A Buyer’s Guide to the 2007 Ford Crown Victoria
This 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 production through 2011), and senior citizens, the...

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Won't start
Hi there: Sometimes when you replace major components like the radiator, a ground wire or other wire may not have been correctly installed or attached. This could cause issues with the ignition system which might be the source of your...
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Why is my transmission fluid leaking?
Generally, there are only a few places for leaking transmission fluid to go to since it does not burn off inside the transmission, unlike motor oil inside an engine. You have already ruled out the possibility of an external leak...
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Trunk opening on own
It sounds like there is a problem with the electronic trunk release. The button may be shorting out and telling the latch to open on its own. The problem could also be that the trunk isn't fully closing. Try pulling...
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Transmission not shifting properly
What you are describing is often a sign of low transmission fluid or a faulty transmission control solenoid. As you know, automatic transmissions use pressurized hydraulic fluid to change gears. Every time a gear change is required, the car's computer...
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My car is not starting
Hello there. If the engine does not crank over, the issue is probably the starter, starter relay or ignition relay. If the engine does crank over, then it is likely that your Crown Victoria is experiencing an ignition or fuel...
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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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I have no acceleration
The 4.6 engine is a generally a very dependable engine. The lack of acceleration in this engine may be cause by be a few different sensors being faulty or the fuel system malfunctioning. The first thing I would suggest is...
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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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I have a loose battery terminal
If the terminals are loose then try and tighten them. If they will not tighten up to the battery then the best way to fix them is to replace the entire cable assembly. If a less expensive repair is needed...
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I cannot shift gears.
The bottom of the gear shifter tube attached to the shifter cable and when you move the shifter it moves the shift cable. On these vehicles they may have a few different issues like the shift tube broke, the bottom...
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Heater not working
Hello. There are usually three potential culprits that cause this issue. First is that the heater core inside the dash is broken or clogged. Second, it could be a problem with the vents from the heater core to the vents...
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Head gasket blown
Hi there. Common signs of a blown head gasket are: overheating, thick white smoke from the tail pipe, milky liquid in the oil cap or radiator cap, or loss of coolant. If you need assistance with an inspection or replacement...
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Crank no start
Hey there, thanks for asking about your 2002 Ford Crown Victoria. Burned wires can signify that there has likely been a short somewhere in the electrical system. Often times when this happens, it is quite easy for the car's computer...
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Car rattles after accelerating
Yes, a loose heat shield, exhaust leak, damaged muffler or catalytic converter, or even a faulty engine mount may all contribute to a rattling noise. The exhaust system and motor mounts need to be inspected for contact issues. You may...
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Air not blowing
Hi. I am assuming you are talking about the a/c blower motor. I would say you have a bad blower motor resistor mounted on the blower case which would allow it to only work on high. But now, since the...
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2008 Crown Victoria police intercepted forward gears slipping but reverse works perfectly?
It is possible that some internal damage may have occurred on your transmission. I would recommend having the major components of your transmission inspected by a qualified transmission specialist to determine the exact cause of this issue.
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I have a 02 Ford crown Victoria and it ran and drove fine until a little while back. I was at the gas station getting gas and noti
Hi Torrey. Thanks for contacting us today. The ticking noise is often caused by a lack of lubrication of cylinder head hardware. So, if you are two-quarts low, it's likely that the valve lifters are the source or have come...
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2008 Crown Victoria drive in Reverse but not Forward.
I would recommend having your shift linkage inspected by a qualified professional to determine if it is functioning properly. If your shift linkage is broken or misadjusted, this can cause the vehicle not to engage into drive when the shift...
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When i am at a stop light or stop sign. Randomly my car will lose power and go dead.
Poor idle can often be caused by vacuum leaks. Any air that gets into the engine without going through the proper channels will lean out the system and cause problems like you are having. Look under the hood for any...
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Ford Crown Victoria misfires and stalls
There are many potential causes for your concern. A misfire results from ignition problems, an incorrect air/fuel ratio or loss of compression. Since you said it only stays running when you give it gas, my guess is that the air/fuel...

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