Question about 2004 Ford Crown Victoria
1st pull tire from pass rear. 2 tie exhaust to pass side to help clear fuel pump access cover. 3 remove fuel lines loosen passenger tank strap and gain extra wire length . 4 remove access cover 8 mm bolts and work module out of tank. 5 replace pump assembly and 6 replace parts as removed.
Posted on Nov 09, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
those control units in the crown vics **** out all of the time. they're not cheap from the dealer, try auto parts stores for aftermarket or junk yards.
one trick we did with cabs was to pull the unit out and splice the black and blue vacuum lines together. that's great for summer, but you have only vent then.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
i believe it is part of the wiper motor which should be located in the driver's side rear corner of the engine bay, on the firewall. Many 03 and up Fords use a "Smart motor" for the wipers which has the motor and a module in one piece.
here is a diagram
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
Easy stuff first. Try replacing the #9 fuse on the interior fuse panel. This fuse protects the instrument panel, license, parking and tail light circuits. The panel is located under the dash to the left of the steering column. You will need to pry off the cover on the panel to access the fuses. The fuse you want is a 15 amp fuse located directly under the turn signal flasher. It should be easy to figure out which fuse it is because it will be 'blown' or open. This is easy to determine just by looking at the fuse once it's removed. And, if you aren't sure what's what, I'm sure you can find a diagram of this fuse panel somewhere on the Internets if you look around a little. I took this info out of the Owner Manual from my own '94 Vic. If this doesn't solve the problem I would suggest taking your Vic to a shop and letting them take a look at it.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
Yes they are easy to change, But they aren't cheap. I work on a lot of police cars and usually the light control module will have just one dead circuit in it, like no parking lights or no headlights. You can bypass the one circuit that is bad with a relay.
Posted on May 19, 2010
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