I have a 2000 crown vic police intrerceptor. no power to 4 way flasers, gauges in dash, radio,trunk poper button,diagnostic plug ,or the fuel pump, but turns over, iv,e replaced lighting control box and ignition switch, what else could it be.?

Asked by May 24, 2014 at 09:11 PM about the 2000 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

its broke

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I would check all the major fuses. Sounds like you might have one or more of them blown. Also check fuse panels for feed power.

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Your vehicle is equipped with 2 Fusible Links that supply power to the Junction box. A Fuseable link looks like most any other wire with the exception that insulation is a little softer and the wire inside is designed to burn apart when over loaded. They should have either a tag or writing on them that indicates "12 GA Fuse Link" They are taped out of a main wire loom and connect to the Battery Junction Box (under hood fuse box). Just give them a tug, if either is burned, it will come apart easily. This is my best guess based on the common power feed to all of the components you listed. Hope it helps.

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