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Power Window Motor Good But Windows Atlll Will Not Go Up Or Down 1995 T-bi...

pulled out the motor & it works good when grounded but it will not power the window up or down what next

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. I've Been Having Problems With The Car It Stalls At Idle And Is Running P...

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What Is Causing My Oil Pressure Gauge To Be So Erratic?

So yesterday I replaced the spark plugs on my car, the car started up and drove great. Then today while driving it I noticed the oil pressure gauge would drop to low when I would go up or down hill,...

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How Do I Get Into My 93 T-bird Trunk. I Locked My Keys Inside

I have a button in the glove box but ignition needs to be on to release trunk to open and can't do that with keys in trunk

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What Is The Valve In A Fuel Injected System Called?

I have a 1997 Ford Thunderbird that needs some repairs. Recently I have noticed it takes a while for the car to build pressure (prime) to the fuel pump. At first I thought it was the fuel pump but w...

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About the Ford Thunderbird

The Ford Thunderbird was first introduced as a "personal luxury vehicle" back in 1955. Originally a 2-seater, the Thunderbird gained a back seat in 1958, and kept it until the Thunderbird was re-released in 2002 as a two-seater.

At times it would seem as though the T-bird was searching for an identity, somewhere between the personal luxury car it claimed to be or a two-seat sports car or muscle car or a retro-look classic vehicle.

Regardless of its exact identity, the Thunderbird has earned millions of fans, with over 4 million of the vehicle sold since it was released in 1955.