there should be a belt route diagram on the front of the car when you open your hood right where it gives the firing order,a/c, and other engine specs at. if not haynes manuals from autozone will have the diagram. all cars have the diagram under the hood , but its just a sticker so sometimes they fall off or become unreadable over the years.but it should be on the piece of metal right in front of your radiator.there will be a tention arm with a pully on it you will have to hold up while installing the new belt.some tentioners have a 1/2 inch square to put a 1/2 inch drive breaker bar in to pull the arm up.i just pry mine up with my tire tool.
how do install a radio in my ford thunderbird?
bolt pattern for a 1994 ford thunderbird
If memory serves me right, I believe it is the 16 mm bolt that you grab with a socket and a long breaker bar.
For a 1994 Ford Thunderbird : ( DOT 3 brake fluid , meeting Ford specification ESA-M6C25-A )
A 1994 Ford Thunderbird is ( OBD I )
Standard tyre size for 1994 Ford Thunderbird LX 4.6L V-8 automatic is 205/70R15
A turbocharger would be more practical and easier to install.
Can someone tell me how to install the serpentine belt on a 2006 ford fusion? I need an answer ASAP. Thanks
The 1994 Ford Thunderbird motor mounts are secured with a bolt and nut running through the middle of the motor mount. Loosen the nut and pull the bolt out.
Remove serpentine belt. Remove pulley. Install new pulley. Install serpentine belt.
In my 1995 4.6 Thunderbird, there is a plate on the LHS wheel-well plate (in the motor compartement, near the chasis number), indication the routing of the "drive belt"; I can make a photo if you like. Hans Westerling email@example.com
1994 TBird has an R134 system. You can buy charge kits at any auto parts store. How do you put freon in a 1994 Ford Thunderbird Lx coupe so that the air conditioner can work?
There are 4 two before the cats and two after. Trust me I own a 94 ford thunderbird 4.6 v8
Most likely it is the Ignition Control Module.
Remove your idler pulley first. it is the pulley right next to the alternator.
If you are referring to the inertia switch, it is in the trunk.
Did you check the fuses for that circuit?