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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I replaced the same part on a 1994 Crown Vic. There are a few bolts which go through rubber mounts on the firewall and that is how the wiper motor fits against the firewall. There is a clip on the wiper drive that must be pressed and slid off the wiper shaft. The hardest part was getting clearence between the engine and wiper motor. If I remember there was a way to turn the wiper case to clear the engine. I have asked myself why this was engineered like this? There is nothing important in the way that 3/4" of clearance could have been given for removal.
Posted on May 06, 2009
SOURCE: Replace horn on 2006 crown vic
I believe once you have mounted the horn and connected the wire you will find that the horn wire was cut at (by) the steering coloum that the siren override was hooked to,you will have reconnect this,I hope this helps you
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
SOURCE: what is the wrench symbol
This is to remind you of the oil change, and also they have it programed to come on every 7500 miles for service, this is so they can sell you something but basicly for oil changes, to reset the light and when you have an oil change you should ask them to reset it even if its not on, depending on how often you do an oil change you may just need to reset every second oil change, for example an oil change should be done every 3,000 mile this way the light comes on and you can wait until the oil is due the second time, hope this helps. to reset turn key on all the way but dont start engine make sure all doors are closed then push and hold the trip button until you hear 3 beeps system is now reset.
Posted on Dec 08, 2010
All 2000 and up vehicles utilize a Solenoid which is powered by depressing the Brake Pedal to allow the Shift Lever to be move from Park to any other position. Is the Shift Lever located on the Steering Column or the Floor? In either case typically the Solenoids used by Ford do occasionally go bad. I highly recommend having a certified technician replace the solenoid.
Posted on Nov 18, 2011
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