My husband and I are getting a 1997 ford crown victorian ready for a demo derby while we were removing everything from the inside i think i made a mistake. i was not paying any attetion to what wires i was cutting in back of the car where the back of the back seats were.The car will make the noise likes it wants to start but it dont sound like it is getting any gas. looking for some one who knows what them wires were or what you think is wrong with my demo car derby thursday
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Re: think i cut the wrong wire it wont start
You cut the wires to the fuel pump go to autozone website and look at the repair manuals and then you will have a choice of wire diagrams that can tell you what color wire goes to what. but if you have the wire sticking out where you cut them put **** connectors on the wires and you should be able to get the pump going again. i would also say you may have blown the fuse for the fuel so if its does not start humming when you turn the key and you should hear something check the fuse.
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Not without a specific wiring diagram--the computer needs a number of connections to run the engine. If it could be fitted with a carburetor and mechanical ignition distributor, it would be more easy, but still a lot of work just to take it out and destroy it.
if you have unit i think you have look for 2 holes 1/8 inch in dia on both sides take a coat hanger and cut 2 12 inch lengths and bend into semi circles and insert into holes firmly and it will slide out if not have a friend pull on the radio while you push on your new ford radio tools
In the 1995 and later Crown Victoria's, there is a fuse in the fuseblock that controls the alternator's charging of the battery. If that fuse is blown, your car will drain the battery and cut off as you stated.
Check the fuse block under the hood and the one located on the left driver side above the hood pull.
Sounds like you're on the right track. A bad TPS and ISC motor sensor
will cause the problems you're experiencing. Your ECM relies on the
readings it gets from the TPS to be sure there is enough air getting to
the engine. If the ECM gets a bad reading and thinks not enough air is
getting to the engine, it will cut the fuel supply, hence causing your
engine to die. Your ISC relies on the reading from the TPS as well.
It detects from the ECM if the throttle plate is closed or not. If
it thinks the throttle plate is fully closed, it will start allowing
air to enter the engine and bypass the throttle plate. If your ECM
starts seeing some unmeasured air coming from ISC and detects the
throttle plate is open (which it may not be due to a bad TPS reading),
the ECM will again cut the fuel supply to avoid the risk of detonation.
So, replace your TPS first and see if that cures your problem. Also,
check the resistence readings of your ISC to be sure that is within
spec. If your problem still occurs, check your Intake Air Temperature
(IAT) sensor in your air filter housing. Be sure your spark plugs,
plug wires, and distributor are all in good shape as well. Replace
your fuel filter if you haven't done so in the past 2-3 years.