Ford Crown Victoria owners have reported 13 problems related to automatic transmission (under the power train category). The most recently reported issues are listed below. Also please check out the statistics and reliability analysis of Ford Crown Victoria based on all problems reported for the Crown Victoria.
I bought Ford victoria crown model 2005 from an individual on Dec. 2009. It was police car. After I bought the car within a months time I hit another vehicle. I lost control and the brake didn't work. It didn't stop by hitting once, it was amazing hitting back again and again. My car or even the other car didn't have any body damage and after 1 hour I started driving and on my way home the same thing happened. I got out of the road but no accident. I took the car to the garage and I paid $800. 00 for the maintenance. I used the car for a taxi cab. Again I have another problem with this car. I had to take a customer to the airport and before I got there, smoke was coming out and I stopped the car in the airport garage. This time it became completely out of service and I had the vehicle towed to the garage. The result as the mechanic tested said the transmission is totally out of use and need another one. Again two months back while driving I lost control of the brake and stop out of the road. Recently on Sunday Dec. 19, 2010 major accident happened. While driving I couldn't control the brake and the vehicle accelerated on its own. So, I hit the fence on the road and the vehicle was damaged. The vehicle was towed to the garage and when the mechanic tested he couldn't find anything, even he did a road test. I was advised this vehicle is dangerous if I start driving . I can submit all my expenses which I paid for the maintenance if possible. Thanks to a friend who gave me information to check online if this vehicle model is recall . Updated 01/03/11.
See all problems of the 2005 Ford Crown Victoria .
Police interceptor lost all forward gears at highway speed in heavy traffic. Vehicle has cracked forward clutch cylinder. Vehicle was subject to satisfaction campaign 06b36 for a calibration update and subsequent warranty extension of mileage only for the forward clutch cylinder. Transmission 4r70w, pkg-bl tag # - 5w7p-7000-ea.
See all problems of the 2009 Ford Crown Victoria .
Transmission will not shift into overdrive. Failure occurred at 50,000 miles . Police package-TN. 8jb.
See all problems of the 2004 Ford Crown Victoria .
1999 Crown Victoria became stuck in park.
See all problems of the 1999 Ford Crown Victoria .
Car was put in park and after about 8 minutes, slipped into gear and moved forward.
See all problems of the 2000 Ford Crown Victoria .
Between 29-49mph transmission will buckle and or shutter with no warning. Cause unknown. Dealer notified.
When I entered my vehicle and started it I attempted to place the transmission into drive. The selector lever just hunted but could not find the proper gear. I had my vehicle towed to my transmission repair shop: jim jennings transmissions, 601 eastern blvd. , essex, MD, 21221, 410-686-6700. They informed me that a retainer bolt had fallen from beneath the dash that supported the transmission selector cable housing. They also stated that this had become a common problem with this type of vehicle. The fix was to replace it with thread locker.
See all problems of the 1996 Ford Crown Victoria .
Experiencing vibration-shudder during 2-3 upshift. This is occurring with the fdq 4r70w. The original 4r70w had to be replaced around 50,000 miles.
See all problems of the 1997 Ford Crown Victoria .
The transmission fluid in my car is no longer red but a muddy color. The clutch plates are chuddering when the car shifts into over drive and lock up,once the car shifts the transmission is in and out all the time.
Vehicle shifted to reverse at hwy speed,locking rear wheels causing accident.
Transmision jerks when you try to accelerate in a high gear, if you make it downshift it will stop jerking and drive smoothly.
Vehicle is in park position with engine on. Vehicle came out of gear into reverse, causing damage to vehicle.
Automatic transmission rolls backward after releasing brake pedal, due to design.
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|Power Train problems||
|Automatic Transmission problems||
|Axle Shaft problems||
|Axle Assembly problems||
|Differential Unit problems||
|Power Train Driveline problems||
|Axle Shaft Seal problems||
|Automatic Transmission Park/neutral Start Switch problems||
|Automatic Transmission Torque Converter problems||
|Automatic Transmission Control Module problems||