Question about 1988 Ford Thunderbird
There's fuel to the engine, so I know the intank fuel pump works, if I spray starting fluid in the intake it will run until out of fumes? 1988 Ford T-Bird Turbo Coupe 2.4 automatic
Check your inertia switch in the trunk and press to reset it. See if you hear the pump run when you turn the key. Then try to start it. If it has been awhile since fuel filter time, you could do a fuel sample and replace the filter. You must have some type of spark to ignite the starting fluid, but your TPS switch regulates fuel pressure and spark advance. A code reader would be a nice thing to use right now. You may want to look at the timing belt for shredding. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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