1996 ford thunderbird pcm power relay location?
there is a fuse dedicated to the running lights on the 96 Thunderbird. Check your fuse panel under the dashboard for the proper fuse and check to see if it is blown.
5W-30 is the preferred oil , according to the 1996 Ford Thunderbird Owner Guide
Is your starter and alternater OK?
Doesn't have hazard lights.
According to the 1996 Ford Thunderbird Owner Guide : ( 18.0 U.S. gallons / 68.1 liters )
you have to pull the entire speedometer cluster on the back of it you will see little lights turn them until they come out and replace them with new ones
On your 1996 Ford Thunderbird : In the fuse panel under the dash on the drivers side : ( the 15 amp fuse marked STOP / HAZ is the fuse for all 3 brake lights ) * the high mount brake lamp and the stop lamps
Entire assembly should unbolt and slide out giving access to the bulbs
The 1996 Ford Thunderbird fan relay switch is attached to the electric fan motor. The fan motor is attached to the fan blades.
It is a recall. You should take it to a ford dealer. They will take care of it. Here is a link, that shows recalls for The Thunderbird. http://www.dealerrater.com/recalls/Ford/THUNDERBIRD/
It is in the dist.
Ford stopped making the Thunderbird in 1997 and didn't start again until after 2000. So you don't have a 1998 Thunderbird.
Emission diagram for 1996 ford thunderbird 3.8l
The ( 1996 ) Ford Thunderbird Owner Guide shows ( 68.1 liters / 18.0 U.S. gallons )
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According to the ( 1996 ) Ford Thunderbird Owner Guide : With engine oil filter change : ( 5.3 U.S. quarts of 5W-30 , PREFERRED engine oil )
No. The 1996 Ford Thunderbird does not have a fuel pump access panel. You would need to get the car on a lift and then drop the gas tank. Then you can reach the fuel pump.
Did you check the fuses for that circuit?
It's on the steering column
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