Question about 1987 Ford Crown Victoria
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Park the vehicle in a safe place and make sure there is enough room around the back of the vehicle for you to work and move tools around.
Start the engine and let it idle while you relieve the fuel system pressure by removing the fuel pump fuse or relay from the fuse box. Wait a few seconds for the engine to stall, turn the ignition key off and replace the relay or fuse.
Raise the back of your car using a floor jack and support it safely on jack stands.
Disconnect the fuel tank filler pipe and the fuel pump connector located above the cross member underneath the vehicle.
Disconnect the vapor tube from the tee connector on the right side of the car-passenger side-and the vapor line from the canister tube.
Support the fuel tank with a jack and remove the nuts from the holding strap using a wrench or ratchet and socket. Move the strap away and lower the fuel tank. Discard the fuel tank mounting studs.
Unplug the pressure transducer electrical connector located on the top rear corner of the fuel tank.
Clean the area around the fuel pump mounting flange and remove the flange mounting bolts in a crisscross pattern.
Lift the fuel pump assembly off the tank. Replace the new fuel pump in the assembly and install the assembly in the tank. Install the flange screws and torque to 89 inch lbs. (10Nm) using a crisscross pattern.
Raise the fuel tank to its mounting position, install the strap using new mounting studs and torque the nuts to 26 foot lbs. (35 Nm).
Connect the fuel pressure transducer electrical connector, vapor tube to the tee connector, vapor line to the canister tube, fuel tank filler pipe and fuel pump electrical connector.
Lower the vehicle, start the engine and check for leaks.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 Ford Crown Victoria
when you hold the accelerator does the vehicle stay running? if so the problem is in ithe IAC idle air control motor, take a small screw driver and using the handle tap the iac motor and usualy the motor will kick in and the vehicle will run fine then if the problem is rectified replace the IAC
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
SOURCE: 1987 Ford Crown Victoria LTD
If it was an old police vehicle it has probably got an ignition kill switch located somewhere. This will have to be removed. And the wiring put back to factory standards. If not an old police car you are not getting voltage to the starter which is a bad relay. Do you get a clicking sound when you try to start? If yes, have someone keep hitting the start and listen and look for a relay under the hood.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
SOURCE: 94 CROWN VICTORIA FUEL PUMP
Yes you can replace it. It is in the fuel tank. You will need to drain the tank and remove it to gain access to the fuel pump. A floor jack will help when lowering the fuel tank. If you fo to a dealer to do this you will be looking probably around $700.00 to replace the pump.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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