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fan high speed only is a bad resistor on the heater box

2004 Ford Crown... | Answered on Sep 17, 2011


IF all bolts are out, whack it with a hammer, it should fall out. theres 4 bolts. make sure they are all out

2004 Ford Crown... | Answered on Sep 15, 2011


Go to this FREE Ford website to download or view the owners manual.
The fuse information is located in the roadside emergency section.

https://www.fleet.ford.com/maintenance/owners_manuals/default.asp

2004 Ford Crown... | Answered on Sep 13, 2011


Hi

There are several possibilities. Most likely it is either a fuel delivery problem (not getting the fuel you need into the pistons) or an ignition system problem (the plugs aren't sparking or aren't sparking at the right time).Sometimes it is just a bad batch of fuel that put a little bubble into your fuel line that needs to get worked out.Could be a clogged filter or the gas line filter needs changing.

But in first instant it is suspected that the problem is with cables and spark plugs-the electricity is shorting out to the engine before getting to some of the plugs. Time to change the plugs and cables.Could be the timing belt. that is an expensive job but not a problem that just suddenly appears .

With older (not fuel injection) cars, it is poor choking at startup. Make sure enough air was getting in at startup. With fuel injection, you might be looking at a control circuit fault (you may not be getting enough air into the engine).

Please get back to us if you have further query else please accept the suggestion.
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2004 Ford Crown... | Answered on Aug 10, 2011


It's normal on the AOD transmissions. Their first gear uses straight cut gear and thus has the whining noise. Gear 2, 3 and 4 are helical gears and thus quiet.

2004 Ford Crown... | Answered on Jul 31, 2011


All you need to know is in this repair manual
http://www.partsgeek.com/catalog/2005/ford/crown_victoria/fluids-fs-manuals-fs-misc/paper_repair_manual.html

2004 Ford Crown... | Answered on Jul 14, 2011


The part you need is called, heater control valve

2004 Ford Crown... | Answered on Jul 13, 2011


There are 3 things that have to happen before the system will vent:
  1. Left air spring solenoid must activate
  2. Right air spring solenoid must activate
  3. Vent solenoid at compressor must activate
If the springs are inflated, the spring solenoids are probably fine, but not the vent solenoid. The vent solenoid is replaced with the Compressor.

Here are a couple of great Air Suspension refresh kits (including the Compressor, Solenoids, Bags, etc.) for your Crown Victoria:
http://www.suncoreindustries.com/FORD-SUSPENSION/crownvictoria/ford-crown-victoria-complete-suspension-replacement.htm

and

http://www.strutmasters.com/Lincoln-Town-Car-Air-Suspension-Replacement-p/-smltc-ap2-fcv.htm

I’m happy to help further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/jeremy_69f3cc28d95bf514

2004 Ford Crown... | Answered on Jun 21, 2011


this vechicle appears to be bought from a law enforcement auction and has benn altered from the mfg 's specs .the hi/ low beam needs to be disconnected from the emergency flasher switch go to the garage and ask a mechanic at the local enforcement station

2004 Ford Crown... | Answered on Jun 17, 2011


you need to have car system pressurized and an ultraviolet
dye added,then tested by using black light to locate the
leak.any garage with ac equipment should be able
to do this

2004 Ford Crown... | Answered on May 30, 2011


check temp sensors i believe there are two or three one under dash on both passenger and drivers side and one in middle under center of console

2004 Ford Crown... | Answered on May 28, 2011


If you are talking about the heater, a/c vent control. it is in the dash. The knob that you turn is the vacuum control.

2004 Ford Crown... | Answered on May 22, 2011


Hello, It is in the Firewall behind the back of the engine. Just follow the wires from the heater fan and it will lead you there. This job is better done on a cold engine to save antifreeze. You will need to disconnect the water hose at the back of the Intake. Undo the 2 nuts and the connector before disconnecting the water hose and have the new part available to grab with 1 hand.

When you grab the hose, hold it. Then use your other hand to switch the resistor and replace the hose before fastening down the resistor. You will find that with the suction effect of a closed water system, most of the antifreeze will stay in the engine when the thermostat is cold and closed.

Now sometimes just a tap with a screwdriver handle on the connector will reboot the old part and you will not have to replace it yet. You can also plug the new part into the connector and the A/C blower should work with the new part hanging by itself. Just be sure not to touch metal with the open circuitboard, wrap a rag around it for the test.

Tapping the old part may let it last until an opportune time comes to replace it. A lot of these go out and I believe there may be a Website for repairing the circuitboard. I hope my solution has been very helpful to you.

2004 Ford Crown... | Answered on May 11, 2011


you need to have the code pulled to find out what the problem is.so far you have spent money and not fixed the problem.have you checked for dirty or cracked tone rings which the sensors monitor for the abs system it could even be the abs hydraulic unit.without a code your just guessing

2004 Ford Crown... | Answered on Apr 12, 2011


Check the tail light fuse. If is good check the bulbs.

2004 Ford Crown... | Answered on Mar 15, 2011


I'm assuming that when you press on your horn pad the horn isn't working. So you are trying to figure out if it is the horn or something else. Well, either you can test for power at the harness that connects to the horn as the horn pad is pressed by someone else. If you get power then the horn is bad. Or you can test the horn directly by running a power wire to the terminal that connects to the Y/LG (Yellow wire with a thin light green strip) and connect the other terminal to a ground. If the horn sounds then the horn is good. If the horn is working, I would check the horns relay. Next I check the wiring and if it appears to be intact I would change the pad itself. I am forgetting the main thing. Check the fuse first, before you do anything.

2004 Ford Crown... | Answered on Mar 11, 2011

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