How do you replace the pick-up in the cam and the crank on a 1993 Foed Thunderbird 3.8 Super Coupe?
the crank sensor is a two bolt one plug swap on the left passinger side of the crank it is a pain to get to remove three serpentine belts pull ac out of the way to give clear shot to sensor its about 2and half inches long eith a forty five crook in itthe cam sensor is located where the dist would be if it was a non sc eng dir swap don't swap cam sens plug with coil pack plug it will run for a while then fry cam sens or coll pack
To replace a radiator on a 1991 Thunderbird Super Coupe, a person has to drain the old radiator, then unhook all of the hoses. The radiator is bolted to the cross beam in the front and held in by bolts and screws along the sides and bottom. It is a good idea to take a picture of the old radiator and hoses to use as a reference when installing the new one.
Why does 1989 ford thunderbird super coupe vibrate at high rate of speed and get worse when switch ride control?
If you have more than 65000 mile on your car your shruts need to be replaced also take off a front tire and check the upper ball joint at the end of the A-arm if it has no rubber around it your upper and lower ball joints also need to be replaced if these have been replaced have your tires rebalanced
You had head gaskets put on a 92 ford thunderbird tubo super coupe now the brakes are hard to push and car hard to stop and brake light is on?
check for it sounds like the vacumn hose is off the power brake assist chamber. Answer its possible the vacum line to the brake booster was not put back on if it wasnt there would be a major vacum leak unless the line was plugged off the booster is located where the master cylinder is under hood that's where you add brake fluid
Super unleaded fuel won't damage the engine. The engine doesn't need super unleaded so all you're doing is wasting money to buy more expensive fuel. Some argue that the super unleaded fuels tend to have better additives packages...that might be worth considering if you want to justify running super unleaded.
I have owned 3 Ford Rangers (1983, 86', 88') and all of them had the 4 cylinder engine. My last one had over 300,000 miles on it and it still runs like new. My latest truck is a 1988 with a 2.0 liter, it has a slightly rough idle due to the smog/emission system, but it has no lack of pulling power. Don't expect to win any races with a stock 4 cylinder Ranger, they…