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Hi Elikapeka . which engine is in your Thunderbird? Also Why do you want to know? is it not running?
the V6 3.8 litre firing order is:
V-6 Firing Order: 1-4-2-5-3-6
if you are having running problems and you have the big carburetor rather than injection. a good tuner guy is your expert and these guys do it by ear if they know what they are doing.
Your 1990 will have an IDI 7.3 diesel engine in it and there isn't much you can do. You can turn up the fuel, but that is dangerous without gauges. Another option is to install an aftermarket turbo. If you want to turn up the fuel here is a link to the page that explains it. MAKE SURE YOU INSTALL A PYROMETER ( EGT gauge) FIRST!!!
Hi, the stop lamp fuse is #1. See the diagram below. If the fuse is good, check the brake light switch above the brake pedal. Pull the connector off the switch and connect the terminals in the connector using a large paper clip. If that puts the lights on, replace the switch. Please let me know if you have more questions, and thanks for using FixYa.
take some WD40 and spray into the intake, if it acts likes it wants to start then it is the fuel system. Take the line off before the filter see if it pumping gas, if not then it is the fuel pump, then after the filter and see if it pumping gas, then at the engine. Now if it does not act like it wants to start it is the ignition system. Good Luck Tim
is a little plastic piece in your brake pedal that hits the switch to
turn the brake lights off. These pieces wear out over time and need to
be replaced, they should cost $5 or less at the Honda dealer. They pop in
very easily. Just describe your problem to the parts guy and he should know exactly the piece you need. Good luck
Whatever it had when it was sold in OR is what will be required in calif, it goes by engine calibration number, that is on a sticker on the valve cover, another way to get it is to run the VIN number on a Ford information computer, we call this the OASIS SYSTEM. Also check the emission sticker on the radiaor support under the hood.