It's on 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.
Just open's and close's the valves.
Rad. needs to be replaced.
Only if it is the same engine, and wire and bolt pattern.
While anything is possible with enough money and determination, the practical answer in this case is NO.
32 all around is good. You can go 34 in the rear if you want.
Enging running temp is around 230 degrees in summer
Yes, good for warm weather. In the winter cold climates use 5w30
The OBD ll syetem was not approved until 1996, so doubt if any '93 car had a connector for it.
An 87 model year would be an LTD Crown Victoria, and those has the AOD automatic transmissions. 80 - 86 Ford LTD, 80 - 93 Ford Thunderbird, 80 - 93 Mercury Cougar, 84 - 93 Ford Mustang, 80 - 86 Mercury Marquis, 80 - 87 Lincoln Continental, 80 - 83 Lincoln Mk. VI, 83 - 93 Ford Econoline van, 83 - 92 Mercury Grand Marquis, 82 - 93 Ford Bronco, 81 - 92 Lincoln Town Car, 80 - 87 Lincoln Continental, 84 - 92 Lincoln Mk. VII, 80 - 88 Ford F-Series pickups, 92 Ford Crown Victoria, and, of course the 80 - 87 Ford LTD Crown Victoria all used the same automatic transmission. In the case of the Bronco and F-Series, naturally, the donor transmission would have to come out of a 2WD vehicle, and not a 4WD one.
some time my 93 crownvic is hard to crank and it shuts off evey now and than at the red light