I wouldn't. They're there for a good reason...
Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor was created in 1992.
top of the coolant themostat housing
500hp with police interceptor
On a 1996 Ford Crown Victoria : The thread on cap on your engine coolant reservoir is the 16 PSI pressure cap / radiator cap
ENGINE SIZE IN THE 1995 FORD CROWN VICTORIA POLICE INTERCEPTOR IS 4.7 LITER.
In the fuel tank.
Yes, they will.
yes with modifications but not recommended
15.0 Liters / 15.8 Quarts
Located on catalytic converter
For a 2003 Ford Crown Victoria : ( 71.9 litres / 19.0 U.S. gallons )
5.8L of 5w20
If you have the owners manual, they're in there. They're the same as non-police cars.
The 1998 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor was rated by Ford at 235 horsepower due to its low MSRP, but its actual output is around 360 (125 horsepower more than Ford's claim). In a 2008, 2009, 2010, or 2011 Police Interceptor, you'd probably be seeing around 380 stock. My dad tells me that all police cars have turbo engines.
A malfunction has been detected
The electric fuel pump is INSIDE the fuel tank
CVI means nothing in the world of Ford Crown Victoria's but CVPI stands for "Crown Victoria Police Interceptor".