Question about 2005 Ford Crown Victoria
The car does not have a battery or charging issue. In tempertures below 50 degrees the engine will turn over but will not fire. Fuel pressure is good, new fuel filter, etc. In warm weather or after it has been **** off for a few minutes after running it will restart. If it sits for an hour in 50 degrees or below, it will not start. The only thing I can do is to leave the key on for about a minute but sometimes this is not enough. Car runs great when driving and does not act like its starved for fuel. No check engines lights, no codes. NOT a Police Interceptor.
Perhaps it's a electronic sensor on the transmission not sensing the car is in park, or the linkage from the tree to the trans needs adjustment to the correct position so the sensor reads correctly.
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
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