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What causes the automatic chock to stay on too long on a 1988 ford crown victoria

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  • vinceracing_ Jun 15, 2010

    where is the intake air temperture sensor located on the 1988 ford crown victoria 5.0 L its not on the air box that i can see?

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They have a spring inside the housing which when the coolant warms the spring releases slowly until the choke comes off, but if that spring has weakened over time it will not be as efficient as it used to be, so if you can get a replacement maybe that would help

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  • colin butcher Jun 15, 2010

    Try here, IAT sensor screws into the #5 cylinder runner on the lower intake manifold, I hope this helps you, Colin.

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My engine oil dipstick is missing on my 1999 ford crown victoria 5.6 liter engine what is the length of it so i can get a universal one


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My 1988 crown victoria has a problem the fuel gage is not working it stays on full can some1 help me. thanks


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Take out the sender from the tank and clean it. If it's too corroded buy a new one. If you can't find a new one you will have to buy one from a scrapyard or adapt an older Ford one .

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1988 crown victoria 5.0liter engine, idles rough and dies when slowing down or stopped. sparkplugs have a black coating on them.what could be causing this problem


Usually when there is a black, ashy coating on the spark plugs, this indicated that the engine is running rich. This can be caused by a few things, including a faulty coolant temperature sensor that may be indicating a cold engine when it's in fact warm. A bad oxygen sensor can also cause some engine enrichening as well. These are just a couple of things you may want to check.

Please let me know if you need any further assistance. :)

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