Almost every car and truck since 1980 has a belt routing guide on a sticker under the hood. This is most often placed on the radiator shroud or radiator mount but can be found other places like on the bottom side of the hood. If the sticker is gone then go to your local automotive parts dealer like NAPA and ask them to please look it up for you. A nice counter guy - or girl- would be happy to check their books for you and hand you a print out. Be sure to have the make, model and engine info with you. Mitch
( 20.0 U.S. gallons ) according to my Chilton's book for a 1989 Ford Crown Victoria
Yes, they are identical
About two tons.
http://www.modifiedlife.com/1989-ford-crown-victoria-car-radio-wiring-schematic/ any car audio web page will have diagrams
On a 1989 Ford Crown Victoria : ( there are 5 lugs per wheel , total of 20 )
According to my Chilton's Auto Repair Manual : A 1989 Ford Crown Victoria has a ( 20.0 U.S. gallon gas tank )
it is 215/70/15
the fuel pump on the crown Victoria is located in the gas tank and if replacing it you have to remove the tank to get to it...Dennis Sison
There are two oxygen sensors on a 1989 Crown Victoria. One is located on each of the exhaust pipes coming off the exhaust manifold.
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!
on the transmission where the engine and transmission join.
yes. the 1989 Ford LTD Crown Victoria has a carbeurated 351. the biggest difference between the 351 Interceptor Engines and the 302 Windsors were the INterceptor was carbeurated not fueal injected.
No, the Crown Vic and Grand Marq used different styles of fenders
Check or better , change the thermostat.
Call a locksmith or Triple "A"
anywhere from 20 to 28. Depends how you drive.
It will fit, but you will have to worry about the computer.
145 to 150 hp (single exhaust).
The gasket is between the head and the intake.
8 spark plugs
on top of the intake