Ford Crown Victoria owners manuals
- Intake Manifold Can Crack Leaking Coolant Behind the Alternator
- Transmission Failure Common caused by Front Pump Failure
- Engine Can Overheat at Idle With AC On
- Wear on rear axle shafts may produce excessive play and gear oil leaks
- Heater Hose Outlet Can Leak Coolant at Back of Intake Manifold
- Transmission Slips
- Complete Transmission Failure
The Ford Crown Victoria is a full-size sedan that was sold and built by Ford. As the replacement of the Ford LTD Crown Victoria, two generations of the model series were built from 1992 through 2012 model years. The Ford equivalent of the Mercury Grand Marquis, the Crown Victoria was the biggest sedan sold by Ford in North America, positioned over the Ford Taurus. The Crown Victoria Police Interceptor (1992-2011) was sold especially for law-enforcement use and a long-wheelbase sedan (2002-2011) was sold primarily for taxi cab formations.
The Crown Victoria was built on the rear-wheel-drive Ford Panther platform, sharing its body with the Lincoln Town Car and Grand Marquis. From 1997 till their 2011 abandonment, the three model series was the sole four-door sedans built in North America with rear-wheel drive, full-length frame, and a standard V8 powertrain.
For its entire making, the Crown Victoria was constructed by Ford Canada beside the Grand Marquis. From 1991 till 2011, over 1.5 million units (Police Interceptors included) were constructed by St. Thomas Assembly former to its closing. A 2012 Crown Victoria (designed for Middle East export) was the last sedan manufactured by the plant.
Ford Crown Victoria known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Ford Crown Victoria are: