hi i have an 89 bird with 150k on it and the drive shaft scraps the bodem of the car when it gets wet anyone out thear know what causes this thanks

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Asked by Apr 20, 2011 at 12:43 AM about the 1989 Ford Thunderbird

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

dark blue
v6 non supercharged
all electric everything it also has auto diming high beams automatic headlights with auto shut off systeme scaner auto dimming reviue mirror that moves if headlights come up behind you at night
and it also has dark blue cloth seats that are near mint this car is the best 500 bucks ive ever spent aside from the common problems ive had out of it its ben a great car

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sorry this dont make since,if the driveshaft scrapes when wet,it would scrape all the time wet or dry.you got another problem,what i dont know.

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