Question about 1987 Ford Thunderbird
I just bought this car 10 days ago. Everything worked great ice cold air power locks and windows. Every thing was in good working order. Then i went to start the car and it wouldn't fire. It was turning over, but wouldn't stay running or even try to fire up. I had a friend look at it we took off the air filter and he said it was flooded so we let it sit. Tried again in like 20 minutes and it fired up and ran like a champ all day. The next day it worked fine in the morning. Then in the afternoon it did the same thing. It would turn over but wouldn't start. Its like it won't fire at all. Looking for some possible solutions. Hopefully cheap ones.
Ok dude i have had the same problem i have a 3.8 v6 i am not sure what u have but fine the negtive battery cable and there should be a little black wire follow it to a fuse type connector make sure it os on there tight it does some twisty type thing it is a kill/ground switch it is there so the car wont catch on fire and stuff like that next check the starter and ignition module try those few things and get back at me
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Posted on Feb 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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