no, its a different design
How to replace a speedometer cable in a crown vic
Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor was created in 1992.
CVI is listed under the vehicle's title otherwise knowned as the Crown Victoria Police Interceptor!
If it's the same as the 1999 Ford Crown Victoria " civilian " version : The O/D OFF ( Overdrive Off ) light is above and just to the right of the speedometer
Type your answer here... yes
Top speed for a Crown Victoria police interceptor is 140MPH. This is not because it is all that the car is capable of, it's because it's governed by the vehicles computer and will stop accelerating once it hits the top speed listed on the speedometer of 140MPH. I sell police vehicles for a living. To check out my credibility look up my company on Google: Martel Autos or Martel's Police Vehicles.
I was looking at the drawings of the instrument panel ( gauge cluster ) in the 1997 Ford Crown Victoria Owner Guide and it doesn't have a factory tachometer
On a 1996 Ford Crown Victoria : The H / L ( High / Low ) gauge : On the drivers side of the speedometer is the battery voltage gauge On the passenger side of the speedometer is the engine oil pressure gauge
Speedometer cable (most common) Speedometer head Gear on transmission end of speedometer cable