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Re: 2005 Crown Vic indicator light question?
This is from your owners manual, the little wrench means the following:
Electronic throttle control:
Illuminates when the engine has
defaulted to a ’limp-home’ operation.
Report the fault to a dealer at the
U have some kind of serious fault, u need to go to the dealer.
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Oct 7, 2012 - Uploaded by zephmont
My 2005 Crown Vic is blowing out a little heat at times but not how it normally does. .... actuator to press the ...
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.
If you have the wrench light on your dash, that means you need to take your car to the dealership and have the car diagnosed. The computer is sensing that something is wrong with your car and the only way to tell is to visit your dealership and have them use a diagnostics computer to read the problem.
I just Replaced the dash lights in my 2000 crown vic and there are bulbs in there. I replaced 6 of them and I can see my shift indicator, speedo, and the other gauges at night now. It took me about 2 hours to figure out how to pull the dash apart.