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check and see what battery you have , if its a calcium battery it can cause that problem if the altinater going because while it has enough power to start the car it mightnt have enough to close the solinide on the pump ,

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Mar 19, 2013


the hum noise is a worn wheel bearing maybe from getting so hot it burnt the bearing. the rev and bang was your engine blowing. it will cost more money to fix these problems then just getting another car like this one.

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Mar 14, 2013


get some chanal locks r something t grab the cable n pull it to pop hood

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Mar 02, 2013


PO300 Codes-- are cylinder misfires

PO301 thru PO308

Last # is the cylinder

Could be bad ignition coil for a cylinder
or a coil pack for that side,depending what
engine you have

#1 &#4 are at the front & back of the passenger
side of your motor or firewall side if transverse

You will need to provide details of who worked on it
& exactly what was done besides replace a coil based
on a code

Codes aren't very good with COP Ignition but a complete
coil pack on one side should take care of some issue

Vacuum Leaks & other items can cause misfires & the codes
don't tell you to replace ignition parts as you may have

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Feb 14, 2013


Each wheel has a wheel cylinder for the brakes.

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Feb 04, 2013


Hi Joanne,first go to brake master cylinder and look for leaks,if none,then go to the inside of each tire and find bleeder screw ,look for leaks there,and if you have back drum brakes,then the wheel cylinders could be leaking and the leak is contained inside the drum and may not be seen till the drum comes off and it will cause the brake shoes to get hot and crystalize and crack.

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Feb 04, 2013


Which code you have po300 or po301.po302 .PO301,PO302 will be coil or module.PO300 could be bad spark plugs,vac. leak,clog fuel filter,bad fuel pump,bad battery.

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Feb 04, 2013


Do you have a test light or voltmeter and the owners manual?

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1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Dec 27, 2012


No,not without a lot of switching of electronics

1993 is OBD1 & 1996 on is OBD2 System

The engine may be okey-- but not the induction
system or any electrical

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Dec 25, 2012


possibly the fact it was an obd1 engine and the 96 is obd2

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Dec 25, 2012


Actually there is a relay however it is not an individual part. The turn signal relay and the hazard relay are in the LCM (Lighting Control Module). This is expensive to replace however you should test the multi-function turn signal switch first as I am having the exact same problem with my 95 Crown Victoria LX. If you go to any parts store they will tell you that it is just a relay and sell you one for the newer Crown Victoria models. However in the 95 to about 2002 models they employed the bad idea of the LCM.Good luck.

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Dec 22, 2012


it seems you have to seperate issues here. fiirst let's start withtthe over heating. you stated that you have replaced the pump,thermosta,fan,clutch,all the hoses, and core. now my question to you is did you route the belt so it's circulating like it should? is it steaming out from under the hood? to be quite honest the vehicle should not even be close to overheating after driving only 3 miles. there is a possibilty that you have a bad sending unit for the temp if it is not steaming out from under the hood. your upper radiator hose is hot this tells you that the thermostat is operating as it should. the fan should be turning clock wise as you are looking at it from the front of the vehicle.when you fill the system with coolant make sure that you have the heater on high and to the hot setting. check to make open sure you have plenty of coolant and that the radiator is free of dirt and bugs.. now as far as not having anyheat in the vehicle check the fuse for your climate control. look under the dash and make sure you hooked all the cables for your fresh air door and blend door. when you changed the core did you connect the hoses in the right place?after you have checked all the hoses and the coolant is as full as can be and the heat is turned on to max ,keep the radiator cap off and start the vehicle wait for it to get hot check the upper radiator hose to see when the thermo stat opens you should see that the coolant should go down in the radaitor. do these things and check back with me on the results...please rate this help...thanks

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Dec 10, 2012


In front of the windshield under the movable metal part called the cowl which is directly in front to the windshield.

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Nov 30, 2012


check the relays under the hod or fuses under steering column

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Oct 16, 2012


Sounds like your heater core has a leak. try bypassing the heater core and then see what happens.

1996 Ford Crown... | Answered on Oct 09, 2012

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