Question about 2002 Ford Crown Victoria
Check and make sure your battery connections havent been compromised. I once drove a car not at all similar to yours, but experienced the same problem, random killing, especially when braking, and turning. It turned out that the battery positive cable would slip on the terminal as it wasnt secured tightly. It sounds simple, but it is a possibility.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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