heads are cracked from overheating or thermostat is stuck closed
There is a CEL, Check Engine Light, on the 1989 Thunderbird.
With enough money anything is possible. It would not be a direct fit.
in the tank
i beleave it should say in your owners manual
behind the engine in the transmission tunnel...
35 or 39 PSI
if you have a carborator, it may have to be adjusted
Rough Ride - song - was created in 1989.
According to my Chilton's Auto Repair Manual : For a 1989 Ford Thunderbird : 3.8 ( 21 U.S. gallons ) 3.8 SC ( 18.8 )
Behind Passenger Headlamp.Weatherall'sAutomotive
find someone who is really good at picking locks
To remove the back seat on a 1989 Ford Thunderbird, the first step is to remove the back of the seat. The back is held in by bolts on each side. After the back is removed, the seat area should come out after removing the floor bolts.
According to one of Fords websites : For a 1989 Ford Thunderbird , 3.8 liter V6 engine : The spark plugs are gapped at ( .054 inch )
Snoops - 1989 Rough Justice 1-13 was released on: USA: 6 July 1990
Try using an engine flush. I have had luck with GUNK. Follow the directions on the can.
basic answer behind the radio or under the fender behind the plastic
High Water - 1989 was released on: USA: 1989
First make sure the car is cool. Then you will need to get under your Thunderbird and remove the clamps that hold the catalytic converter in place between two lengths of exhaust pipe. You will then be able to remove the converter.
you can probably find the information you need at your local library in the automotive repair section.
On my 1994 Thunderbird, it's inside the left fender. I had to remove the splash shield to get to it. The 1991 is probably the same since all Thunderbirds from 1989 to 1997 used the same body platform.
Located on top of the A/C dryer located on the passenger side fire wall
The Six Million Dollar Man - 1974 The Thunderbird Connection 4-9 was released on: USA: 28 November 1976 West Germany: 23 February 1989 (part 1) West Germany: 27 February 1989 (part 2)
Yeah, you should be able to. I had an '84 with a 3.8 L V-6.
your eng has jump timeing Or you may need to replace the cam position sensor