Question about 1999 Ford Crown Victoria
You should look at the fusible links that come off the starter relay.they look like normal wires but they are designed to burn in two if there is too much draw.to check them you only need to pull on the caseing of the wire to see if it is stretchy or not.if it is then replace it,if it's still stiff it's o.k.if you need to replace it then something in your car caused it to blow or it got week over time.hope this helps.
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