Assuming rear wheel drive and you're replacing the rear axle seal and bearing with drum brakes:
With rear axle off the ground, on stands or blocks and parking brake OFF, remove tire/wheel. Pull brake drum, check for retaining plate that holds bearing, it's usually a 4 bolt square plate near the center of the axle. With the axle off, attach an axle shaft puller to the axle and slide the weight vigorously down the shaft until it pulls off.
You will need to take the axle shaft to a shop that has a bearing press so that you can remove the old bearing and install the new one. Many auto parts retailers have a bearing press and won't charge to remove and replace a bearing from the shaft if you buy the parts from them.
A 1993 Ford Crown Victoria came from the factory with ( 5W-30 )
there are two i have a 1993 crown vic lx and i have two
In a 1993 Ford Crown Victoria : ( 2 valves per engine cylinder , total of 16 valves )
5/w20 ========================================================= For a ( 1993 ) Ford Crown Victoria ( 5W-30 is the PREFERRED oil ) 2001 and newer Ford Crown Victoria Owner Guides show to use 5W-20
In the fuel tank.
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!
32 to 34 psi
What year ? 1993
it is on a transmission housing
he man they got a #10a fuse in my 1993 vic.and i just needed to replace it so you may wanna try this quick fix!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The oil sending unit on 1993 crown victory is located right under the oil filter.