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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Local Ford dealership service department provide answer on location of the fuse panel. Fuse panel is located directly under the steering column. The cover panel is held by two screws and the power antenna swithch locking ring must be removed.
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Posted on Jul 01, 2008
SOURCE: HORN DOESNT WORK
You have to first check for power to the horns. Remove the plastic panel under the hood on top of the radiator support. The horns will be there on the side of the radiator support. Hook a 12V test light or volt meter to them and press the horn button and see if you have power there. If you do its a bad horn if you don't then check fuse no. 5 (15amp) in the engine compartment fuse panel. If it is good then the next step is to eliminate the relay also located in the engine compartment fuse box. Basically how it works is the no. 5 fuse feeds both sides of the relay. You have a switch side on the relay that feeds the horns and a coil side which when energized by the horn button creates a magnetic field which closes the switch in the relay and blows the horn.
If you have no power to the horn and your fuse is good try swapping the relay with another one in the fuse panel if it still doesn't work then go to the connector located at the blower motor under the hood,there will be 2 connectors that run on top of the blower motor,the one you want is the bottom one of the 2. It will be a square 12 pin connector. Find the dark blue wire there and ground it if horn blows then it will be the clock-spring or the horn button itself.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
SOURCE: fix this please
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
To answer your question about the fuel pump switch...yes. The location of the fuel pump cut off switch is typically located in the upper left corner of the trunk. You may need to pull the carpet down a bit to access it. If it is not in the upper left corner, then it is probably on the right. Usually, the switch is located on the side of vehicle where the fuel filler cap is. Once you locate the switch, press down on the button...you should either feel or hear a "click".
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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