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2003 Ford Crown Victoria - Consumer Discussions

All Ford Crown Victoria Models

All 2003 through 2005 model year Crown Victoria and Grand Marquis vehicles built at the St. Thomas Assembly Plant from Job #1 2003 through Job Last 2005. Affected vehicles are identified in OASIS....
I own a Kelley Blue Book which lists the body lengths of both the 1991 and 1992 Crown Victorias and Grand Marquis. The 1992's have a shorter body length. And they have no more passenger room than my...
First, when you buy a police car, you are generally buying a Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor. They have had 80%+ of the market and are pretty decent cars ... if they have been retrofitted with...
motor layout in a well maintained 1997 Ford Crown Victoria (without EATC) and that voltage reading was 13-14 volts whether the fan speed control was set on low or high. So I'm suspicious of the lower...
    * Ford 2003 Crown Victoria (pre-wired)...
"Ford Motor Co.'s Crown Victoria sedans, the subject of lawsuits over fatal fires and a recall of some 2003 models for potential wheel cracks, face a U.S. inquiry after police departments said ax...
were dependable because my parents had 2 or 3 Crown Victorias that lasted well over 150,000 miles without any problems, but now Im learning better. I have a 2003 Taurus that has 51000 miles on it. Th...
The newer discs are definitely bigger, but the scarring issue remains the same. After 5,000 miles, the things started to get wear. Ford has an issue with these brakes. I also decided to go up a tire s...
The rumor is that the 2004 Taurus will either use the FWD Volvo S80 platform or a stretched version of the 2003 Mazda 626 FWD platform. There are rumors of a RWD sedan, code named Fairlane, using the...
up having a blown head gasket (he has a Ford Crown Victoria). Lucky for him, because of my experience he knew right away that he was better off going to an independent mechanic & got the whole e...
machines made in the last decade! My 2004 Crown Victoria runs 37 psi in the tires, and the ride is still very nice: you feel the bumps, no doubt, but it's still softer than my '85 Grand Marquis with ...
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