This is not an easy job. TAke the door handle and window crank off then all the screws you can find. Then the retainers on the sides and bottom of the panel, When all is loose, pull out on the bottom and push in on the top of the panel and raise up on the panel to diaengage it from the door.
The above answer is OK for older models, but later models (not sure the year - at LEAST '95 and up) use an arrangement of 90 degree plastic hooks to hold the panel on. First, use a small flat-blade screwdriver to pry the cup from behind the door handle. You will have to hold the handle in the "opening" position to remove the cup completely. Then carefully pry up the window/rearview mirror/doorlock switch panel (one clip at the front (narrow) end, one clip at the back (wide flat) end. Then wiggle and lift the outside edge of the panel up and away from the door to disengage the tabs at the back. There is some slack in the wire harness - get as much of this slack outside as you can. Locate and remove the phillips-head screw behind this panel. There are two other phillips-head screws retaining the panel: one is at the lower front corner of the door pocket, the other is at the lower rear corner of the panel. Remove these two screws. The panel should then slide upward, releasing the plastic hooks (7 or 8 of them)holding the panel flush against the metal doorskin. DO NOT PULL THE PANEL OUTWARD UNTIL ALL THESE HOOKS HAVE BEEN DISENGAGED! It takes about 1/2" of upward travel to release the hooks. Once you feel the panel loosen from the hooks, it will be almost free at the top. Gentle wiggling upward will free it from the door. Then feed the switch panel (with wires attached) through the hole it left in the panel (must be fed lengthwise) carefully avoiding stressing any wires. That's it! When replacing the panel, feed the switch panel through first, then make sure to locate the lock knob in its hole. Then do everything else in reverse order. IMPORTANT NOTE: the plastic hooks are meant to be gently pushed into their respective slots first, THEN slid downwards to seat them properly. The door panel will be tight and flush against the metal if all the hooks are properly positioned.
The plastic door panels are fragile enough without being broken up even more because the hooks were not paid attention to.
To remove the drivers side window and regulator, you will need to remove the door panel from the door. Then you can unbolt the regulator and window to remove them.
You can see the blueprint of the door on a 1997 Grand Marquis/Crown Victoria at the related link below. This will aid in the removal of the panel.
On a 2003 Ford Crown Victoria : The trunk lid release button is on the drivers door trim panel
The kick panel is the interior trim panel in front of the front doors beside the drivers and front passengers feet
you have to remove the clips on the dash and take out the lock ring around the lighterr
Its not really a tough job. Once you have removed the panel, you will see what you have to do. Just be careful of all the wires.
See detailed instructions at the link below (steps 1-7)... http://www.autoclinix.com/Mercury/Front%20Speakers2.htm
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
Unless there is an access panel in the trunk, which is doubtful, you will have to remove the fuel tank from the vehicle to access the pump.
Which fuse for radio crown vic
On a 1999 Ford Crown Victoria : ( # 16 ) is a 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter In the fuse panel under the dash on the drivers side
According to the 2005 Ford Crown Victoria Owner Guide : In the fuse panel below the dash , on the drivers side : ( # 27 is a 20 amp fuse for the cigarette lighter , OBD II , and power point )