Question about 1997 Ford Thunderbird LX
92 Thunderbird wont start in cold, damp weather. Last week it started when weather warmed up and was ok after adding Heet and injection cleaner liquid. It snowed today and It wont start again.
Change distributor cap first and see how it goes could have a crack in it.Failing which you need to test the ignition module when its cold as sometimes a component will break down and not work when its cold ,this is very much a hands on type job so if dist cap doesnt cure it call a mobile mechanic
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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