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2003 Ford Thunderbird Overview

The 2003 Ford Thunderbird continues to impress right where the well-awarded 2002 model left off. A powerful 3.9-liter V8 engine gives the little car ample pep, and with the convertible top down, the ride is fun.

The engine is rated at 280 horsepower, which is needed to propel the compact yet heavy (2-ton) car. Gas mileage is as expected, around 20mpg on city and highway combined.

The 2003 Thunderbird is loaded with the extras and styling you would expect from a luxury vehicle.

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My 2003 Ford T-bird Window Wouldn't Auto Up After Door Is Closed

window normal operation is to slightly depress and automatically goes back up whenever door handle is pulled or lifted. After battery change, the diver side window continues to depress with each pu...

2003 Thunderbird Convertible

I'm thinking about buying a 2003 Thunderbird Convertible. My concern is the availability of parts to repair. Any thoughts, thanks

I Have A 2003 Ford TBird 50th Anniversary Edition Convertible With Removabl...

How can my 2003 Ford Thunderbird be a “50th anniversary edition” if Ford didn’t make Thunderbirds until 1955? Mine is Thunderbird blue and has 24,500 miles. Pristine.

Why Won't My 2003 Ford Thunderbird Won't Shif Into D4

My 2003 Ford Thunderbird shifts and runs perfectly. The only thing I can't find an answer to is that when the car show D5, which is the full amount of gears the transmission will utilize and it works ...

Transmission Problems

Has anyone had a problem with a shift problem on a 2003 T-bird 5 Speed automatic? feels like an engine miss when trans. downshifts from 5th to 4th.