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My 98 crown victoria Won't move forward but will move in reverse

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Sounds like the tranny is low on fluid or the tranny is going out try manuly puting the tranny in 2nd gear and see if it will move

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Ford crown victoria 99 won't go forward goes in reverse


You have a 4r70w transmission and more than likely a forward drum failure has occurred, seeing as reverse still works fine and no forward engagement. This is not an electrical problem, it is a hard part failure and the transmission will need to be disassembled to repair it. Forward drum failures are one of the more common failures in these transmissions. 4r70w no forward gears only reverse help needed Ford Truck Enthusiasts...

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Sounds like it could be the the transmission or the gear box. Also what's going on with the axel rod?

Oct 04, 2014 | 2005 Ford Crown Victoria

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98 crown victoria hood won't latch


Let's starts at the beginning, inside the car. When you pull the release cable, is it moving freely? Sometimes cables dry up. This may be your issue. You can buy "cable ease" which is a graphite lube. *Its can be messy so be careful and bring plenty of rags!!!* Follow the directions on the package and you should do fine.
Under the hood you have 2 latches, the one which holds it closed tight and another attached to the little handle that's under the hood. The one that holds it tight is the one attached to the cable/handle inside. Find the latch and spray it with a penetrating oil (WD40 or Blaster work well for me) You may want a friend's help for this part. You'll want to spray it, trigger the mechanism with a screwdriver or similar and then have a friend pull the handle inside. You'll need to repeat this a number of times until the mechanism is moving freely. I recommend spraying the latch with white (lithium) lube to protect it and keep this from happening again. You can spray and move the secondary latch in a similar manner to fix and maintain it.
*** I'd recommend trying the latches under the hood first***
Out of the two, I've found it more likely the source of the problem and easier to fix as well. Good luck and please let me know how you made out!

Jan 18, 2012 | 1998 Ford Crown Victoria

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Emergency brake locked after pull release handle


handbrake jammed on somewhere ,could be front cable ,because the rear cable is pulled by the compensator so if it was the rear one then i would expect only one cable siezed and that is normally the kerbside one.

Oct 23, 2009 | 1995 Ford Crown Victoria

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Hi, How do I replace the tail light bulbs in my '97 Crown Victoria? Thanks


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  1. Remove the screw(s) and wing nut retainers at the rear of the luggage compartment and push the trim away from the back of the light.
  2. Remove the wing nuts retaining the light assembly to the vehicle and the retaining nut from either side of the luggage compartment and pull the light body assembly from the vehicle.
  3. Turn the bulb socket(s) counterclockwise to the stop and remove the socket(s) from the light assembly. Remove the bulb(s) from the socket(s).
  4. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.
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Push the trim away from the back of the light—1992-98 Crown Victoria

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The rear tailamp assembly is held by various fasteners

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Remove the wing nuts retaining the light assembly to the lower back panel—1992-98 Crown Victoria

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Remove the nut retaining the light assembly from the side of the luggage compartment

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Pull the light assembly away from the vehicle—1992-98 Crown Victoria

Oct 12, 2009 | 1997 Ford Crown Victoria

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2000 crown victoria


forward clutch set in trans... aamco is very good and reasonable.

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