It Sounds like it has a corrupted moral sensor on the right side.
Now that I have been informed that this is a real question, I'll give my opinion: The "SEVERE DUTY" Crown Vics such as yours came with 2 different 4.6 motors. So this may not matter in your case. However, the original motor mounts were subject to heat damage from extended idling. There are revised motor mounts with heat shield to prevent this from happening. Should yours have been weakened, and the engine shifts too far when making a right turn only, it may be extending a harness too far, or stressing out a connection that will make a positive contact once the centrifical force of the turn is relieved, it could stall the motor. Therefore, check your motor mounts and jack up the right side of the motor around the mount area, but not directly on it. With the motor running while your doing this you can observe any abnormal movement. If this is the problem I would repolace all motor mounts as other weaken when one goes bad. I do sincerly apologize for offending you, but the thought of a former patrol car killing, did kind of remind me of "Christine."
Try replacing your IAC motor (AKA: idle air control valve). This worked on my car, and the part usually runs from $20-$80. Usually simple to install, just plug it in!
We were having the same problem with our 1983 Nissan (or more correctly Datsun in those days). The culprit turned out to be a loose connection at the positive battery terminal (not the terminal itself, but the multi-spade connector that's piggy-backed to it). It would slide off under the centrifugal force caused in the turn and diconnect power to either the fuel pump or the ingnition. Since the starter and switch are powererd by the main battery cable, the engine would still turn over and you'd still get dash lights, but the car wouldn't restart. I cleaned the contacts in the connector, added a few wire-ties to keep it secure and we were back in business.
Hope that helps.
the person making a right. If you are making a left hand turn, you never have the right of way. in this situation, you would turn right first and the person making a left hand turn (if already in the middle of the intersection) can turn because if they don't they are blocking traffic. If they are not in the intersection, they should not move at all.
When making a right turn on red you must come to a stop, then turn unless there is a sign stating that you cannot turn on red ("No Turn on Red").
When making a right turn you are to execute the maneuver from the far left hand lane to the far right hand lane. This will also depend with the direction you intend to take after the right turn.
running out of gas? is it carburated?
when making a left turn, a person should turn on their left turn signal. They should look right, then left, and then make the turn.
No, it is not illegal to make a right turn at a red light. As long as you are at the curb of the sidewalk when turning right into the flow of traffic, it is not illegal. However, if you are in the lane waiting to go straight, and then want to suddenly turn right, then it would be illegal.
If its front wheel drive possibly an axle.
it depends how your measuring the turn my first answer would be 90 If they drive on the left side of the road over there I suppose it would be a 270 degree turn.
Right!! I put center on my adi test and got it wrong. The correct answer was "right"!!
You can turn right on red from the second lane in Texas if there is not a no right on red sign. Be sure to watch for traffic when making this turn.
you would turn right
if we're talking about a large truck making a wide turn, he has a blind spot and can not see you. Once the truck is committed to a turn he has no choice but to follow through. if you pass this large truck on the right while he is making a wide turn you are taking your life into your own hands. you are fault.
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when making a left turn
Assuming you're in a country which drives on the right (such as the USA, Canada, etc.), you would turn into the most righthand lane of travel.
Stay in the curb lane right, and have the turn signal flashing. If anyone's walking, they have the right of way whether or not they are jaywalking.
In Canada and US, stay in the right-most lane when approaching a right turn. In other countries it will depend on their rules of the road.
Yield to Pedestrians
A right angle turn is a 90 degree turn. Therefore, one ninth of a right angle turn would be a 10 degree turn.
metal, right? Sounds like metal, yes.
sometimes bananas are green. they turn yellow if they are ripe.
To clarify...it is "Right of way". The vehicle proceeding normally along the road or making a turn at an intersection has the right of way over a car that is making a u-turn. Of course, the person approaching the u turning car may allow right of way, if there were an accident, the driver proceeding normally would have the right of way and the u turning vehicle would be cited for failing to yield the right of way. You could ask a police officer about it.
Because otherwise the meal/cake you are making will not turn out right!!