Yes, they are identical
Take the bulb out.
If your air bag light is on there is a problem. Have the Air Bag system serviced by a qualified service technician. Turning the light off will not solve the problem.
The brake light that is in the rear window of the Crown Victoria is accessible from inside the car. A small screw will loosen the housing, enabling access to the light.
on my 98 crown vic you have to push in the head light switch
Antilock brake system
You need to remove the fuse for it, for that you'll need a manual for that model and year. The above answer is incorrect, sure you could do that but!!!! Check in the glove box to see if there is a round push button switch. If there is and it wasnt removed- this button will disable the traction control. To verify that it is off there will be a light that says traction control that will light up on the instrument panel. It will reset back to ON everytime the car is shut off. This is on a 1998 p71 Crown victoria, an LX Vic should be the same.
just change the bulb!
It's on the arm of the brake pedal.
Problem with the ABS system.
On a 2003 Ford Crown Victoria : ( fuse # 20 is a 20 amp fuse for the spot light ) In the fuse panel under the drivers side of the dash
Normally this is an indication of a defective brake light switch.