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I need to replace the brake lights on a 94 Ford Thunderbird. I've removed the light assembly but can not figure out how to get to the brake light

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Like a normal house hold globe just twist it

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My 94 ford thunderbird will sputter and die when i first start it, and will do it when idling at stoplights, the check engine light will also randomly come on. I've checked the oil and transmissio


check your mass airflow sensor,( located on the air intake line,probably close to where it hooks onto the front of the car on driver side ,should be a square box with wires plugged into it) take intake hose off and spray filiment wire with brake cleaner to clean,do not touch wire with tools or hands it will break very easily ,let dry and replace hose and see if that helps.

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My 95 Ford thunderbird is locked in park and the brake lights are not coming when i hit the brake, i've changed all the fuses and still nothing what else can i do?


Sounds like you need to replace the brake light switch "just above the pedal". It also commands the park lock solenoid to release.

Jan 11, 2011 | 1995 Ford Thunderbird

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How do change the rear right turn signal light bulb in a 94 ford thunderbird?


Typically you have to pull the (cardboard) liner in the trunk away from the light assembly, to get to the bulb. Then, gently twist the bulb holder one way or the other, until it comes loose from the tail light housing. Gently push the bulb in towards the socket that holds it, turn it counter-clockwise, and release the bulb. It should come loose. Assembly is the same, but in reverse.

Aug 14, 2009 | 1994 Ford Thunderbird

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Doesn't always turn over


It sounds like your battery isn't holding a charge. Regarding the starting, you may have to replace your starter solenoid. Although many cars do not start if the brake pedal is not depressed, the thunderbird is not one of them. I have one outside in my driveway right now. There are unfortunately, numerous electrical glitches with 89-94 Thunderbirds. I have replaced many many electrical parts for both of mine (a '90 v-6 and a '94 v-8)

Jul 13, 2009 | Ford Thunderbird Cars & Trucks

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Brake lights don't work on 1988 Ford Thunderbird


Check the brake light switch located under the dash, connected at the junction where the master cylinder rod connects to the brake pedal. Remove the connector and with a short piece of wire, paper clip works fine, insert into the two terminals on the connector. Check to see if your brake lights are on. If they are, your switch is bad.

Jun 27, 2009 | 1988 Ford Thunderbird

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1996 Ford Thunderbird LX (lights on outside of trunk) The brake lights and turn signials work and the left side of the trunk lights up but the right side dosen't and I can't figure out where the bulb is to...


The housing for the bulb is behind the cover. You will need to remove the screws (sometimes just push in clips that can be pulled out) and pull this cover off. At this point you should be able to see the wires going to the bulb/housing.

May 17, 2009 | 1993 Ford Thunderbird

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Failing rear running '94 lights


U can replace it, no other fix I know of. I am a Ford dealer technician.

Mar 23, 2009 | 1994 Ford Thunderbird

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1988 ford thunderbird brake lights and turn signals not working


When this happens the problem is most likely the multi-funtion switch aka turn signal switch. Check to see if the 3rd brakelight comes on when the brake pedal is pushed. If so replace the MFS. The 3rd brakelight in late 80's fords bypasses the turnsignal switch.

Dec 29, 2008 | 1988 Ford Thunderbird

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Lights


it comes as a complete assembly composit headlamps
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Jul 05, 2008 | 1993 Ford F150 SuperCab

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