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1997 ford thunderbird v8 i replaced alternater drove down rode car dies could it be the battery?

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  • mendy stafford Oct 14, 2013

    could there be any other thing i could check on thunderbird 1997

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Yes

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1997 Ford Thunderbird Transmission problem
When driving normally transmission surges like it is not in gear. Had sensors replaced, nitural safety switch, and still acts up.

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check your tranny and engine mounts.
they may be bad or going bad and will create that vibration. specially the tranny ones.

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check your throttle body make sure all the springs are connected. your throttle body may be nasty inside and may need cleaning, it may be getting stuck. Throttle cable could be sticking or disconnected (there are two one pulls and one returns to idle IIRC)

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Sounds like a weak battery

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draw a diagram first of how it goes around the pulleys.make sure its accurate,and each pulley is named,ie aircon,geni,p/steer/crank/,then usually just need to detension belt by backing off the belt tensioner[use good size spanner or fixed socket on bar]slip belt off.the tensioner usually just springs back,fit new belt reverse way,check against diagram before starting

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