I think I messed up my EEC 94 Crown Vic

Asked by Feb 01, 2016 at 02:04 PM about the 1994 Ford Crown Victoria 4 Dr LX Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Ok so today i put oil in my car and placed the oil cap on the EEC box and went to close the hood, Not hard or anything but apparently hard enough to cause some issues. Now all electrical within the car and lights including brights are good but when starting the car there is nothing and i mean nothing. No clicking or anything. The fuel pump comes on, I can hear that. Was able to test the relays by swapping out the fuel pump for the EEC one and still the fuel pump came on. When starting the check engine light did not come on with the rest, when searching the internet all solutions point to the EEC. Either ground or power wires for it, and I may have pinched one bc they were riding under the EEC box a little. Now if I can eliminate the ground wires and power wires and relays for the EEC, that would leave the EEC it's self. The part is in stores nearby for a little over 100.00 but can i replace it myself?

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Yeah you can replace it yourself it's not that hard

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Thanks bud, I just didn't know if it needed to be programmed by ford or something first :)


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