Question about 1995 Ford Crown Victoria
Run it at night with it dark under the hood and see if you have any sparking from the wires to ground or any other shorts. also replace the fuel filter and run a can of seafoam in your tank on your next gas fill.
Posted on Mar 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
No idea as iam a europeon mechanic whos never seen this motor so i have no idea where the bits are located ,but firstly i would check the fuel line pressure to make sure you have 55lbs pressure on the fuel rail ,then this OBDII code of cylinders 6/8 and i hate to think it even but if the fuel pressure is ok then i would be inclined to the crank sensor but ?? difficult to say here but with the fault code then it could be a faulty computer
Posted on Apr 15, 2012
I had a head gasket going when I have a rough idle. Just weeping coolant past the number 1 cylinder. When I pulled the head the piston was all shiny and steam cleaned. $500 dollars all good now.
Posted on Nov 04, 2013
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