Crown victoria

Asked by Mar 27, 2017 at 10:31 PM about the 2009 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

it. Now the problem with my car is, when i
accelerate and right before it is about to shift gear
from 1 to 2, the car feels like "it gives out"..
meaning it feels like the acceleration all of sudden
stops for a split second even with my foot on the
gas. And gives a little shake so i feel the loss of
power for that split second. This problem doesn’t
always occur, it happens here and there. The car
runs fine on the highway and when the gear is
above 2. The transmission is fine according a
transmission expert.

2 Answers

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These Crown Vics do not like second gear at all...It is well known throughout the years of these cars. I have a 2006 and it sounds like mine. Wont do it all the time but does more often when hot.

I found out that its the clutch inside the transmission. Aamco checked it out but i have another professional looking at it right now. Not sure if i trust aamco

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