Question about 1996 Ford Crown Victoria
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Check your fuel pressure to the Injectors at the pressure valve. Then check the wiring to the Injectors to see if they are getting power. Backtrack the Injector wiring if it is dead.
Your Crankshaft and Cam sensors would be working to supply the sparkplugs their power in the firing sequence. You need to check the part that supplies the Injectors their power in sequence.
Usually a bad TPS throttle position sensor will make a "Check Engine" light turn on. This part is on the drivers side of the Airhorn behind all the plastic Air filter ductwork. It has 2 screws and 1 electric connector. Unplug the connector and use an Ohmmeter to watch for resistance to change as you work the accelerator cable attached to the opposite side of the Airhorn. Connect the Ohmmeter to the TPS switch. The Resistance should change if the switch is good. If nothing happens, replace the TPS.
Posted on Jan 19, 2011
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