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October 22, 2012, 2:51 pm

Aaron S

Question: 1992 Crown Vic issues

My 1992 crown Vic seems to be misfiring when I'm in park it vibrates inside the car not real bad but noticeable and when I backed up today it seemed to sputter a little until I got some speed. I put in two new coil packs but one went out so I had to put one of the old ones back in to get it started. Something that's weird is that my drivers side window was working until the pack died but worked after I replaced it and then for a couple of days after I put in the old one but now not again same thing with my drivers side blinker the light comes on but doesn't blink my other side works fine. Anyone got any advice? P.s. I just had to have the tranny rebuilt and a new throttle grommet put on.

October 23, 2012, 10:51 pm

Richard W
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I would check you grounds on the car. Sounds like you have a bad one.

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