Question about 1988 Ford Crown Victoria
How do i remove a vinyl top from a 1988 crown victoria
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NO. Your Horn is the #16 Fuse and your cruise control is your #17. Unless Both of those fuses are broken. it would be your steering well and in that case follow the advice of oda. Could also be something "Lodged" in the steering well too, weird huh? i thought so. but ya, the horn and cruise control are two seperate fuses. for the Ford Crown Victoria models of these models.. (And also the Mercury Grand Marquis too)
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
there are two main designs. One uses a bearing and flange at the backing plate area, release that and you can pull the axle and bearing.
the Other design is call a c lock axle. Inside the carrier, there are 4 spider gears. Two are splined to the alxes and two idle on an idler shaft. Remove this shaft, and then you can push the axle shaft inwards about an inch or so.
this will allow you to remove the c shaped retainer that is engauged with a groove at the inboard end of the axle.
So, now the bad news: often the c lock axle uses the axle shaft itself and the inside bearing race...which means if the bearing has failed, you need to replace the axle also.... Inspect carefully. Metal temper is the issue and once that is comprimised, you need to replace.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
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