According to the engineer who designed it. No
AnswerThis is the application for the Crown Victoria 1983-1992=AOD, 1993-1994=AODE, 1995-2006=4R70W and 2007-2009=4R75E
No, the 1983 - 1992 Crown Victorias used the AOD transmission and the 1993-1994 Crown Victorias used the AODE transmission, so they would be different. Sorry!
To empty an ashtray in a 1994 Crown Victoria you must remove the ashtray by applying forward pressure.
The transmission position sensor on the 1994 Crown Victoria can be replaced by first disconnecting the battery. The transmission sensor is located on the driver's side of the outer casing to the transmission. Unplug the old sensor and plug in the new one, then connect all of the wires to the new sensor, one by one. Then reconnect the battery.
Actually , the 1994 Ford Crown Victoria is OBD I ( EEC IV ) so there will be an EEC TEST connection in the engine compartment
For a 1994 Ford Crown Victoria : It has the 4.6 liter / 281 cubic inch Single Over Head Cam ( SOHC ) V8 engine from the factory
No cabin filter.
It was optional
According to one of Ford's websites : For the 4.6 liter V8 engine in a 1994 Ford Crown Victoria : ( Motorcraft FL-820 engine oil filter )
5W-30 is the PREFERRED oil
Problem with the ABS system.
Follow the top rad. hose. It's in there.
" regular " unleaded , 87 octane
You have to drop the fuel tank. It's in there.
Type your answer here... yes
Not without serious modification
Should be 134, but, check with dealer first.
Type 'F' ATF.
Speedometer cable (most common) Speedometer head Gear on transmission end of speedometer cable
Mounted inside the oil pan on the bottom of the engine block.
most likely bad switch