Question about 2003 Ford Thunderbird
Wrench light comes on at 5 miles per hour in a u-turn, won't accelerate above 40 mph. When engine was restarted, it went back into correct mode.
Forget the P2107 & P2110
They are NOT the problem & you can
study those codes for years & I have, &
they are of no value to you
Your car & my Lincoln L/S are cousins or twins
Replace ALL ---I said ALL of the COP Ignition Coils
& problem solved (they only last 6 to 7 years)
You can do that your self with a single 7mm socket
The coils are avail from Rock Auto.Com
I use the Wells Brand
Replace the spark plugs every 3 years
Use the NGK OEM plugs ONLY_ONLY
NOT any plug from a ford dealer
Those are the WRONG tip config
The NGK are off the assy line
Really bad ignition coils spike the drivers in the pcm
& you loose the tps signal or throttle plate position &
go into ETC Fail-Safe, thus can only go 6 mph until
you turn off the key & start the same thing all over, if
you make it home.
Dealers & Shops can't fix that problem (I Have)
Posted on Mar 29, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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