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I have a 1994 crown victoria, after starting the engine I'm unable to get it out of park. Under the dash there is a connector that has two green wires that appears to have been disconnected from the original connector. I need some help with this

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These wires go to the brake lamp switch on the brake pedal arm. if it cant be repaired most auto parts stores sell replacement connectors

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I need the location of the crankshaft position sensor on my 1994 ford crown Victoria police interceptor.

Hi there:
On 1994 Ford Crown Victoria 4.6L SFI 8cyl the Crankshaft Position Sensor is located under hood, center, lower engine area, front side of engine, passenger side of crankshaft pulley, mounted in engine block.


Fig. 2: Remove the retaining bolt for the CKP sensor and remove the sensor from the front cover

Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Remove the accessory drive belt from the engine.
Raise and safely support the vehicle.
Remove the A/C compressor mounting bolts, but do not disconnect the A/C lines. Remove and support the compressor out of the way.
Detach the electrical connector for the CKP sensor.
Remove the CKP sensor retaining bolts and remove the CKP sensor.

To install:
Installation is the reverse of removal.

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No tail lights or dashlights on 1994 ford crown victoria

check the fuses should be drivers side under the dash

Jan 16, 2010 | 1994 Ford Crown Victoria

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Rear and interior dashboard lights don't work 1994 Crown Vic.

Easy stuff first. Try replacing the #9 fuse on the interior fuse panel. This fuse protects the instrument panel, license, parking and tail light circuits. The panel is located under the dash to the left of the steering column. You will need to pry off the cover on the panel to access the fuses. The fuse you want is a 15 amp fuse located directly under the turn signal flasher. It should be easy to figure out which fuse it is because it will be 'blown' or open. This is easy to determine just by looking at the fuse once it's removed. And, if you aren't sure what's what, I'm sure you can find a diagram of this fuse panel somewhere on the Internets if you look around a little. I took this info out of the Owner Manual from my own '94 Vic. If this doesn't solve the problem I would suggest taking your Vic to a shop and letting them take a look at it.

Dec 19, 2009 | 1994 Ford Crown Victoria

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The dash has to be removed. The evaperator case has to be pulled forward to get to the clip or nut holding the heater case. It is a big job. If you are not comfortable removing the dash do not try it.

Dec 02, 2009 | 1994 Ford Crown Victoria

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On My 1994 Crown Victoria the interior lights, dash lights and back running lights are out. I checked the fuses and they look okay. What can be wrong?

Are all the running/parking/marker lights out, if so it could be a bad connection at the light switch. Had this happen on a '92 the brown and white wire on the switch is what controls all of these lights as well as the dash lights.
I would suggest picking up a Haynes manual to see the detail of replacing the switch and getting access to wires.

Feb 22, 2009 | 1994 Ford Crown Victoria

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Can't get out of park

I would also recommend checking the fuse for the brake lights in this situation. When the brake pedal is depressed it allows the cars to also be shifted from park. If the fuse is blown this would prevent you from shifting the vehicle out of park.

Dec 01, 2008 | 1999 Ford Crown Victoria

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2000 crown victoria -brake lites failed

You have a bad switch at the brake pedal. Or a loose wire. Try light pulling on the wires on the switch at the brake pedal under the dash. They should be tight and secure. If tight and secure the switch could be bad.

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