0-60 in a 97 crown Victoria police intercepter?
its about 8 seconds
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%REPLIES%. Answer . ALOT OF AFTERMARKET PCV VALVE ARE USED BY MORE THAN ONE VEHICLE. KIND OF A UNIVERSAL FIX THROUGH MANUFACTURES. IT'S LISTED FOR YOUR CAR AT AUTO PARTS STORES BUT, PEOPLE WITH OTHER VEHICLES USE THE SAME PCV VALVE. MOST PEOPLE JUST PLUG IT OFF TO STOP VACCUUM WHEN IT IS NOT …USED. OTHER VEHICLES BOTH ARE USED. LOOK AT OTHER PCV VALVES AT THE NEXT AUTO PARTS STORE YOU GO TO FOR A BETTER UNDERSTANDING. NOW PCV VALVES COME WITH THEIR OWN PLUGS DEPENDING ON APPLICATION.. Answer . THE SECOND TAP CONNECTION OFF OF THE PVC VALVE IS USE FOR THE EVAP SYSTEM,THAT SYSTEM VENTS FUEL VAPOR BACK INTO THE ENGINE TO BURN AFTER ENGINE IS RESTARTED,IT IS AN EPA EMMISIONS ADD ON........... (MORE)
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nMy husband just bought a fuse for our car Crown Victoria 2000 Police Imtercepter since clock and auto park light were not work. the part number is F2UZ14526N for circuit. one problem that we lost guide manuel book. ai need to know where it will be locate it is so…mewhere under steering as fuse box as we are not sure.\n. \n Answer \n. \nEither #6 or #11 in the fuse panel (MORE)
The main reason, in addition to being big, powerful, and fast; is that the Crown Victoria is the last car built with a full frame construction. The body is attached to a frame, and not a unibody as most of today's cars are, where the body is integrated into a single unit with the chassis. This makes… for truck like durability, the ability to take hard impacts and keep going. There is a solid frame that the body sits atop, that can take hard road and vehicle impacts, with minor damage, compared to a unibody car. . Answer . Power, room, price, dependability, handling, and the most important factor is RWD,(Rear Wheel Drive). Police want a large RWD vehicle. The choices are limited today.. Answer . Because they're relatively reliable, durable, and cheap to maintain. That's the reason they're also widely used as taxis. (MORE)
There are no wires to change - coil over plug. To change the plugs unscrew the old ones. put the new ones in their place. Torque to spec.
Answer . You can only get to it from underneath the car. It is on the driver side hidden inside the front bumper. Hope that helps!
the 97 crown vic transmission is for the car and the interceptor is police car
You would have to reprogram/reflash the ECC (Engine Control Computer). Need to go faster that 125 MPH???
Remove the wiring harness from the back of your 1997 Ford CrownVictoria hazard lights switch. Remove the hazard light switchretaining screws. Reverse the process to install your new hazardlight switch.
97 crown Victoria with a 4.6L police interceptor engine and it ran hot on me and I found out the problem was a cracked intake manifold wont start now no antifreeze mixed with oil what is my problem?
Blown Head gasket. The 4.6L Ford V8 I believe has aluminum heads, in this case when the motor runs hot it will warp the head's mating surface to the block and cause the headgasket to leak water. This requires the head to be machined to ensure a proper fit. This will be a major repair.
Underneath the gas tank... ========== The 8 spark plugs are underneath the 8 individual coils on the engine firewall 4 - 8 3 - 7 2 - 6 1 - 5 front
What's wrong with it? No light, no electricity to the bulb socket, loose in ceiling...? Radioman
Take the bulbs out. That's ONE solution, the other is to unplug the special wire connector that is under the dash panel. See the wiring diagram for your P71, or this may help, an article on HOW TO DO IT...without the smart-alec remark about taking the bulbs out: http://www.idmsvcs.com/2vmod/lcm/…darkcar.html (MORE)
For a 2003 Ford Crown Victoria : ( 71.9 litres / 19.0 U.S. gallons )
If it sounds like it's blowing full speed but with no or little output check for a blockage in the intake of the blower motor. The motor is under the passenger side of the dash behind the glove box. Sometimes papers and other such items will get sucked in diminishing performance.
\n\n"There are two options that were installed. One and most likely yours, a 3.27 non locking diff (not posi) and the other was a 3.55 with locking diff (posi). Easy way to tell. Punch it if one tire spins it the 3.27 and if both spin it's the 3.55."\n\n\n\nThat's not really true. The 3.27 was …available in both posi and open diff. Nearly all P71 models have the posi unit, and a huge majority of them have the 3.27.\n\nBest way to test whether it's posi.... jack the rear end up and put the tranny in neutral. Spin one tire. If the opposite tire spins in the same direction, it's posi. If it spins in the opposite, it's open.\n\n3.27 vs 3.55 would just be a matter of calculating engine RPM vs road speed.\n\n (MORE)
Check your VIN. If it is an Interceptor, the VIN will have P71 in it. . No difference mechanically (supposedly) between the Interceptor and the civilian other than computer programming. Examples are higher idle speed and drastically modified shift points. I know if you open this thing up, it shifts… hard into 2nd gear at about 50 mph. Yet drive normal and you can actually get into overdrive at 30 mph. The car itself has some upgrades relating to handling. It will have bucket seats in it with a metal plate inside of the seat to avoid knife wounds from the back seat. There are other differences also but not much. The 97 is a great model. Lots of power and still over 20 mpg. Yes, I own 1 of them. . newandnotso (MORE)
I'm not sure of the 2000, but a 1997 is governed down to about 128 mph.
look at the vin # if it has p71 in it then its a police package art paddystaxi.com
I would assume the 1997 Ford Explorer is heavier than the 1998 Ford Crown Victoria ( especially if the Explorer is 4X4 or AWD or has the 5.0 liter V8 )
Could be valve seal's, but you say lots of oil. Most likely the rings are finished, or both. Means an engine job. You most likely see a little blue smoke out the exhaust. Check to make sure all the gaskets are good, and not leaking oil. If its the valve seals, you will see just a puff of blue out th…e exhaust on start up only. If its the rings you will see blue all the time. Good luck. (MORE)
Top speed for a Crown Victoria police interceptor is 140MPH. This is not because it is all that the car is capable of, it's because it's governed by the vehicles computer and will stop accelerating once it hits the top speed listed on the speedometer of 140MPH. I sell police vehicles for a living. T…o check out my credibility look up my company on Google: Martel Autos or Martel's Police Vehicles. (MORE)
Have a wheel alignment done. They will check the front end at the same time. Also are your tires properly balanced and round?
pretty sure it is "piggy backed" onto the starter. A smaller cylindrical unit running parallel to the starter
Yes, Fenders on the crown Victoria are interchangeable between the years of 1992 to 2011, they are EXACTLY the same. Grand marquis fenders are the same as well and are completely interchangeable with the crown Victoria within the same year range.
The Police Interceptors were rated by Ford at 250 horsepower forpricing reasons, but its actual output is 360 horsepower at thecrank (up to 380 for the 2008-2011 models). My dad tells me thatall police cars have turbo engines.
It is located under the car, in front of the RR wheel, on the inside edge of the frame rail. It has an inlet and outlet line. one on each end.
Check out www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ). Click on Owner Guides. The owners manual ( includes diagram of fuse panel and Power Distribution Box ). can be viewed on-line
i am not sure you mean brake lights or tail lights.If brake lights don't work.You have to check out a brake light switch,(it conects to your brake pedal) make sure both wires are conected to the switch.And if tail lights don't work, you have to replace a head light switch.(where you turn your head l…ight on and off) (MORE)
A Vic interceptor has a duel exhaust and a larger air box, while most Vics (except the lx sport) have a single exhaust and a more restrictive air box. So and interceptor has around 25 more horsepower then a stock Vic, that equals around 250 horsepower.
Seats, Computer programing for the engine and transmission, wheel covers, suspension, power steering fluid cooler, power break fluid cooler, engine oil cooler, Air cleaner box and zip tube, bigger breaks, heavy duty front end components. pre-wired for computer, radios, and other emergency equipment.… For the 06 and newer an idle hour meter and tachometer. Can anyone think of anything else? (MORE)
the heater hoses usually lead away from the thermostat and go into the fire wall. On the other side of the firewall is the heater core. the top hose on the radiator goes into the thermostat most of the time
That would depend on which temeprature sensor you are asking about. Is it the coolant temperature sensor or the air charge tenerature sensor you are asking about?
Air tube leading away from air filter box. Sometimes attached to the top of the air filter box
Top off the radiator and drive the vehicle. Keep an eye on the temperature gauge. if the unit exceeds the normal operating temperature. Turn off vehicle and allow to cool. Continue to drive vehicle once cooled. The system will purge any air through circulation. Top off after sufficient usage has occ…urred. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I have really never heard of this method. Not so sure you can depend on it. So, if you want to purge the system then follow this. First, loosen one of the heater hoses at the firewall, just one will do, re-attach it without tighting the clamp. Start the engine and let it run up to operating temp. Open the heater to full inside the car, with the rad cap on, slowly open the heater hose slightly , coolant and air will come out, do this a few times, carefully, because it will be hot and the coolant will drop on the exhaust causing smoke. Once this is complete check the heat inside the car, at this time both heater hoses will be hot, and you should have good hot air inside. Engine still running, now top up the rad. tighten the clamp and check for leaks. Good to go now. (MORE)
Mine has the child safety latch that allows to change the back doorto be opened from the inside. Its in the edge of the door that runsagainst the body when closed. Im not sure if they all are like thatbut the ones not used as patrol cars should be like that. Also mineis a 99 don't know if that makes… a difference. If you have an interceptor the bars inside the door lock mechanismare non existent. You will have to go to the dealer or a junk yardfor the parts to allow the door to be opened from the inside. (MORE)
Go on youtube.com and watch a few tutorials. There are so many different brake systems, someone could accidentally misinform you and be dangerous! Search how to replace disc brake pads on the youtube website. There will be very valuable info on there you'll need to know. Brakes are easy to chang…e, but if it's your first time, watch someone do it first, a few times! Good Luck and Be Safe PS It's easier to watch it done on a video vs. reading a book on how to do it. It makes much more sense, believe me! (MORE)
On a 1996 Ford Crown Victoria : The thread on cap on your engine coolant reservoir is the 16 PSI pressure cap / radiator cap
Small exterior differences, Civilian cars gave 120 MPH speedos where the interceptor has 140 MPH, aggressive tuning on the interceptors.
The fuel pump is not building pressure to push the fuel to the engine so i would suggest getting your fuel pump checked and or get a new fuel pump.
Ford V8 engines : firewall 4 - 8 3 - 7 2 - 6 1 - 5 front
firewall 4 - 8 3 - 7 2 - 6 1 - 5 front ( Ford V8 engines )
According to the 1997 Ford Crown Victoria Owner Guide ( 5W-30 ) * with engine oil filter change , 4.7 litres / 5.0 U.S. quarts of 5W-30 engine oil
For a 2004 Ford Crown Victoria : ( 71.9 litres / 19.0 U.S. gallons ,same as " civilian " version )
In a 2007 Ford Crown Victoria : In the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) located in the engine compartment near the battery ( mini fuse # 2 is a 20 amp fuse for the spot lights on police vehicles )
According to the 1997 Ford Crown Victoria Owner Guide : With engine oil filter change : ( 5.0 U.S. quarts )
Check/ replace the blower resistor. Located in the duct work under the hood. Follow the wires from the blower motor to a plug on the duct work. This is the resistor
How do you remove the center cap that covers the lug nuts on a 99 ford crown Victoria police intercepter?
I know that on a 2002 Crown Vic, you need to use the "tapered end" of the "wheel nut wrench" that came with the car. It's supposed to be located in the glove compartment. There may be a "pry off notch" on the center wheel ornament. If you don't have it, you can supposedly order one from McGard Inc.… Good luck ! (MORE)
While strong and reliable, the Crown Victoria's design dates all the way back to 1992 (the platform itself dates back to 1979) and was in serious need of updating. As such, Ford decided to phase out the Crown Vics altogether and replace them with a Police Interceptor version of the Taurus.
Ford is specifically replacing the Crown Victorias with Police Interceptor versions of the Taurus. Additional: Chrysler is also strongly pushing their Dodge brand as a replacement. (personal opinion: the roofline is too low). Strangely enough although I strongly suspect that GM must be in the com…petetive mix somewhere I'm not aware of any strong bid for the emergency vehicle market by them. (MORE)
No to many recalls and its past the date to fix I just bought one for 1800 and now have put 3grand into fixing it