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90% of head rests just pull out. the others will have a button where the headrest goes into the seat. If yours doesn't have the button, then push the headrest down and **** it up with some force and it will come out. Just be carefull you don't hit yourself in the face with it. Been there done that

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Jul 08, 2015

can be bad alternator, or bad battery most like battery needs water

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Apr 24, 2015

that's because it's a wiper control module that I think your looking for what is happening anyway do they work at all ==yes/no only certain positions work===yes/no or won't shut off ===yes/no

that's it right here^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ and the location is in the diagram above but you must check all the fuse/s first Google 1996 ford crown Victoria and download for free to your phone/computer that way you'll always have it then go to roadside emergencies and the passenger fuse box/power distribution box diagram under the hood are there and is needed for times when something happens on the road if your wipers stopped working because you tried to use them without clearing ice away or a big piece of ice got stuck in the cowl where the wipers are you blew the fuse if they work erratically or won't shut off or stop up on the window blocking your vision either the module shown above or the wiper transmission in the wiper motor has failed and must be replaced as a whole unit

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Mar 21, 2015

located on the drivers side under the dash usually to the left of the steering colume.

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Feb 04, 2015

First check out the fuse holder that it is clean and tight, and the fuse ,I have had the odd one that goes open circuit under load. also check the bulb and holder in the lamp.

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Oct 02, 2014

THAT WOULD BE THE BRAKE WARNING INDICATER did you bleed the whole system from the master cylinder to portionion valve to all the wheels right/r then left/r to front/r to left/f in that sequence .and make sure at every step you never let master cylinder go empty .

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Oct 01, 2014

depends if it's on of off the car. much easier off; then you don't push alol that air into the system...

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Sep 26, 2014

vehicle is pretty old and switches and contacts start getting finicky. Check to see if the door on the other side creates the same problem, if one side works everytime and the other doesn't the problem is in the door. If both sides are the same then the problem is in the relay or brain for the dimming feature.

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Sep 25, 2014

pull the steering wheel hard to one side while turning the key , if it does not turn try pulling it the other way you will pull hard

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Sep 13, 2014

sounds like more of a slack problem than a senor . with help shift the car to drive to reverse , a couple of times noticing the drives shaft , if it moves more the a quarter turn you have differential slack .

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Sep 01, 2014

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1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Jul 29, 2014

I would say your exhaust converter is worn out & blocking
the exhaust from getting out & since you continued to wonder ,
verses actually having the car tested,that you now have ruined the transmission

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Jul 27, 2014

sounds like a transmission issue. could be a pump or something as simple as really old fluid. not something your likely to repair at home. and unfortunately check engine lights only come on for emissions related issues so most transmission codes don't set the light to let you know there is an issue. you can go down to local auto parts store and have them pull the codes and se if there are any transmission codes. the getting hot in the cab could be from increased temps from the transmission but from the sounds of it you may not have a prayer for saving the transmission. but don't loose all hope start with getting the codes and see where you are. hope this was helpful.

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Jul 24, 2014

Sounds like the speedometer head. its cheaper to actually replace it rather than repair. find one close to your mileage . usually around $50.00

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Jul 03, 2014

are you getting spark? Hold the spark plug wire a few sixteenths of an inch from somethig that is metal and connected to the chassis, crank the engine and see if you see a spark (works best in low light and night conditiions).

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Jun 25, 2014

You need four things for your car to run: fuel, spark, air, and timing. Until you figure out which is missing, it will be difficult to diagnose the problem. What did you check on the sparkplugs? You can tell a lot from your sparkplugs if you know what to look for, checking if each one gets spark is important. Is it getting fuel? At the right time? There are many components involved in the timing process...depends on what kind of system you have. One of the culprits can be sensors. You will have to have some moderate electrical knowledge and possibly a wiring diagram to properly check these. I will try to follow this question to help as much as i can

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Jun 15, 2014

Usually found right before or right after the thermostat.

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on May 03, 2014

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