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Need a diagram showing how to change spark plugs in my 2003 Crown Vic


look at the sides of the motor might be hidden if not there might be on the top of the motor under a plastic cover

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Just bought a 2004 crown vic with 108000 mls.misfire on 1 or 2 cylinders.Replaced plugs and coils.Still no change.Any ideas?


Did you replace the spark plug boots as well? Also always use dielectric grease in the plug boots on each end. Hope this cures it.

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Trying to locate spark plugs on 99 crown vic police interceptor engine


They should be mounted down in the cylinder heads, you'll need to remove each coil pack. A long extension and 5/8in spark plug socket and an extendable magnet will help. Also, you may need to remove the fuel rail to get to move the coil packs.

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I dont see the spark plugs or wires on either side of the motor on my 1998 ford crown vic. Where are they located?


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I ~think~ the 1999 is the same as the 2000 (mine is a 2000 P71)

The 2000 CVPI (Crown Vic Police Interceptor) owners manual recommends the following:

Engine Oil - Motorcraft SAE 5W-30 Super Premium Motor Oil 5.0 quarts

Transmission Fluid - Motorcraft Mercon V ATF 13.9 quarts (fluids Mercon & Mercon V are NOT INTERCHANGEABLE, DO NOT MIX)

Fuel Tank - 19.0 gallons

Break Fluid - DOT 3


Rear Axle Lubricant - Motorcraft 80W-90 Premium Rear Axle Lubricant 3.75 pints (add 4 oz of Additive Friction Modifier C8AZ-19B546-A or equilavent meeting Ford Spec. EST-M2C118-A for complete refill of Traction-Lok Rear Axles)

Engine Data - 4.6L V8 Engine
Cubic Inches - 281
Required Fuel - 87 Octane
Firing Order - 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8
Spark Plug Gap - 1.3-1.4 mm (0.052-0.056 inch)
Ignition System - Coil On Plug
Compression Ratio - 10.0:1

I hope this helps!

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1998 ford crown vic sputters


I would try to replace your spark plugs, and spark plug wires, My 88 Vic did the same thing...now it runs like a champ....you could also try fuel injector cleaner.

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Ford Crown Vic p0300 random cylinder misfire


take a look at the EGR valve it could be either vacum controlled or electronic either way what seems to be the problem is that the valve is stuck in the open position until the engine warms up you can gently tap the egr valve with a small hammer or a screw driver and you can see that it runs smooth, now if the egr valve is vacum controlled replace the valve. if it is electronoc controlled replace the valve and the module for the egr valve.

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