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have your blend motor checked and you blend door

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Dec 18, 2011


It's front of the driver's rear tire,usually.If not,it'll be on the other side of the car.
Turn off the key and remove.
Open hood and release fuel pressure at the rail with the schrader type valve.
Don't use a bulb type trouble light under there as it can ignite gas easily.
Pry off the old clips after loosening the hold-down clamp. Turn head away as you slide off the hose on the tank side of filter.
Install new filter in holder,attach hoses and install new clips then tighten hold-down clamp. (:^)
don-ohio

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Oct 25, 2011


I wouldn't worry about the 02 code it will clear when you replace the coils. to be positive that the coils are bad, swap them with another cylinder and see if that cylinder misfires. 90% of the time it's the coil. Let me know
Randy

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Oct 18, 2011



  • Yea, you can test it. Put your multi-mater to Ohms and put the leads on the sensor. You should have around 700-900 Ohms and this is good.
  • test the output Voltage of the sensor by putting your mater on Voltage AC and (with the leads on the same way) Now crank the engine over (it won't start because the sensor is disconnected) and look for a reading over 200mV

  • That's how your test your Crankshaft Position Sensor.


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Regards, Tony

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Oct 11, 2011


starting fluid is a thing of the past. dont use it. this car doesnt have a carb, its a throttle body/ electronic fuel injection system. you most likely have a fuel pump or fuel pressure regulator issue. test the fuel pressure, should be anywheres from 35-50 psi

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Oct 11, 2011


Check for looseness under the dash and out at the engine firewall., but set emergency brake and block wheels first. don-ohio

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Sep 14, 2011


NO YOU DONT HAVE TO REMOVE BELT TENSIONER.ALL YOU NEED IS A 1/2 BREAKER BAR PLACE BREAKER BAR ADAPTER END INTO 1/2 ADAPTER HOLE IN BELT TENSIONER THEN ROTATE BELT TENSIONER AWAY FROM BELT TO RELEASE BELT TENSION ENOUGH TO REMOVE DRIVE BELT.

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Sep 11, 2011


look for a relay in the under hood fuse box location for one that says starter, or IGN,, there are usually other relays the same,l so switch two and see if that helps your problem, if so,, replace the bad relay

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Sep 10, 2011


hello, my name is julie and i'm having the same problem with my 1996 crown victoria and i was wondering if you got any help from anybody about this problem if so could you write me at
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thanks so much

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Aug 10, 2011


this means that your idle when the aircon is off is very low. basically there are 2 adjustments for idle: engine idle and aircon idle. just try to locate this screws in your engine. set the engine idle at 700-800rpm, while the aircon idle at 900-1000rpm.

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Aug 05, 2011

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