Question about 1997 Ford Crown Victoria
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to this site and pick owner guide on left task bar.
Input your vehicle info and pick get owner guide.
Fuse info starts on page 96
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
Although I don't think the cruise is an issue for safety, reach in under hood , or in grille area and find your horn(s) and just pull the connector off them temporarily, so they won't blow & put fuse back in and see if cruise starts to work again. It's not unusual for circuits to be labeled wrong or not at all in fuse panels. Then you can turn your attention to horn problem.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks for the help! and especially checking back in. However i didn't find out about it until now. Horn was a broken switch, all power on #17 fuse."
SOURCE: fix this please
NO. Your Horn is the #16 Fuse and your cruise control is your #17. Unless Both of those fuses are broken. it would be your steering well and in that case follow the advice of oda. Could also be something "Lodged" in the steering well too, weird huh? i thought so. but ya, the horn and cruise control are two seperate fuses. for the Ford Crown Victoria models of these models.. (And also the Mercury Grand Marquis too)
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
SOURCE: 1992 CROWN VICTORIA LX I
Air ride suspension basically works like this. you have a small air compressor and a sensor that connects between the rear axle and the under body Frame. When this sensor detects a load movement like more or less weight it turns on the air compressor to air up or opens a exhaust valve to let air out. most common problems with this system. broken or disconnected sensor. leak in the air lines between compressor and shocks. or a bad or weak compressor.
Posted on Feb 08, 2011
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