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What is the stock engine size in a 1988 crown victoria

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There is a 302 fuel injected motor, also a 351 Windsor 2 bbl carb motor.

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I have engine from 1984 ford crown victoria. it isnota a302 ci. i was told it is a 351 windser when i brought it. how many engine size came with the 1984 crown vic? or what engine do i have?


Crown Victorias that year came with two engine options.
The regular Crown Vic had a 302 cubic inch engine.
The Police version had a 351W.
The 351W is a much better, stronger engine.
The easiest way to tell at a glance is to see if you can access the bottom thermostat housing bolt with a socket. If you can it's a 351W. If you can only get a wrench on that bolt, then it's a 302.

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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


GO TO ANY AUTO PARTS STORE TELL THEM YOU HAVE 1999 FORD CROWN VICTORIA WITH A 4.6L ENGINE.THEY SHOULD HAVE A UNIVERAL OIL DIP STICK FOR YOUR CAR.

Feb 14, 2011 | 1988 Ford Crown Victoria

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1988 crown vic V-8 MPG?


15city 22hwy 5.0 engine 11city 16hwy 5.8 police engine

Jan 26, 2011 | 1988 Ford Crown Victoria

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Where and how do you change freeze plugs in an 1988 ford crown victoria


theyre located on the sides of the block, about the size of a silver dollar, pop the old ones out with a screw driver, install new with a soft rubber malet. drain eng. coolant first though as you will leak antifreeze once plugs are removed

Apr 05, 2010 | 1988 Ford Crown Victoria

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Is there a difference between a 1988 mustang 5.0 short block and a 1990 crown victoria 5.0 short block?


I can't honestly answer this but a engine catalog would be a good place to look. Parts store catalog would tell you.

Dec 31, 2009 | 1990 Ford LTD Crown Victoria

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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. :)

Oct 23, 2009 | 1988 Ford Crown Victoria

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What size tires were on the 1984 crown vic's?


It should be listed on the driver's door post. The correct size for your car is 215/70-15

Sep 30, 2009 | 1984 Ford Crown Victoria

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My 1988 Ford Crown Victoria is leaking coolant from the passenger side of the car whenever I stop for 5 minutes or more, it's a fairly good size puddle too. I'm hoping it's just the hose? Help!


I'll bet its when the air/con is on.There is a hose that lets the condensation from the air/con condensor drain into a tray,then outside the car.This hose is blocked.It cost nothing to fix if you can find the hose and unblock it.Put the seat back and with a torch you will find the hose.It will go out into the engine bay .Try some whipper snipper cord up the hose.There may also be some sludge in the tray.Hope this helps

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