What engine is in a 2009 Crown Victoria?

January 2, 2020 Off By idswater

What engine is in a 2009 Crown Victoria?

EPA Green Scores

Engine K 4.6L Flex Fuel V8 250hp 297ft. lbs.
Transmission K 4-Speed Automatic
Definition: The equipped transmission used in this test.
Fuel Type K Ethanol
Definition: Type of fuel used during EPA testing (values provided by EPA).

What motor is in a 2009 Crown Victoria Police Interceptor?

4.6L V8
The 4.6L V8 may not be a race engine but combined with the Police transmission and rear end, it makes for a solid reliable vehicle.

Is a 2009 Crown Victoria front wheel drive?

The Ford Crown Victoria (“Crown Vic”) is a full-size sedan that was marketed and manufactured by Ford. The Crown Victoria was produced on the rear-wheel-drive Body-on-frame Ford Panther platform, sharing its chassis with the Grand Marquis and Lincoln Town Car.

Are Crown Victorias reliable?

The Ford Crown Victoria Reliability Rating is 3.0 out of 5.0, which ranks it 11th out of 12 for fullsize cars. The average annual repair cost is $1,081 which means it has poor ownership costs.

What transmission is in 2009 Crown Vic?

4-Speed RWD Transmission (2009 Ford Crown Victoria, Mercury Marquis 4.6L)

Why did they stop making Crown Vics?

From the early 1990s until the last 2012 model was produced, the car remained largely unchanged in both appearance and functionality. The end result was a large, heavy car that simply didn’t fit into modern day society. One of the main reasons that Ford made the decision to discontinue it was because of its size.

How do I know if my transmission pump is bad?

5 Symptoms of a Failing Transmission Pump

  1. Pungent, Burning Odor. When your transmission pump has gone bad, the fluid will not be able to circulate in the transmission properly.
  2. More Challenging to Shift Gears.
  3. Illuminating Check Engine Light.
  4. Noisy Transmission.
  5. The Transmission Starts to Slip.