White smoke coming from the exhaust could indicate that a head gasket has blown or there is a cracked cylinder head. Our technicians tell us that removal and inspection of the cylinder heads will be required to confirm a crack is present.
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1995 Ford Thunderbird Problems
Engine misfire could be caused by worn or broken motor mounts that raise the motor on one side while the vehicle is accelerating. The stress on the engine control wiring harness can cause breaks in the injector or sensor wires, which then causes drivability concerns such as poor fuel economy and engine misfires.
1995 Ford Thunderbird Questions and Answers
I have problems getting my car to move on it's own. It has set for a couple years and the transmission won't pull could i have fluid circulation problems?
My car has sit for years had to put a tranny in it and now its missing. It still has the old gas in it, the plugs look good, and the missing clears itself up for a minute occasionally and then goes...
would like some info on this tsb,NHTSA Number: 625715Service Bulletin Number: 9943
my 95 ford thunderbird was missing thought it was bad gas, wasn't. Thought it was plug wires, wasn't. Thought it was the coil pack ( because im not getting fire out of two of the four plu...
I have no fire from two of four towers on one of my coil packs. I did a test on the three wires that plug into it and the tan and green wire(with my 12 volt test light clip on positive battery term...
1995 Ford Thunderbird Reviews
What a Great Car, 204,000 miles on the clock. I bought the car in 1999 with 25,000 miles on it, since then I've replace the Heater Core, and the drivers side door mechanism. I don't know how much more dependable a car can be! 1995 T-Bird LX 4.6L
Ok, here we go. I never liked FORD vehicles, but then I met the TBIRD. I have a v8 40th anniversary and I have never been happier. This vehicle is so quiet, so fast and so clean. I have gone to the ecology pick a part on occassion just to get some new plastic moldings for the seat and a new button for the automatic windows and locks, but no major problems. If you keep up on the service, tune up, oil change, tranny service, A/C service, Coolant, brakes, you should be good with this car. I have never been happier.
I bought new my 1995 LX. With 90,000 miles, it is now having its first age problems; five automatic transmission fluid leaks involving old gaskets and other seals. Otherwise, it's still powerful, quiet, and graceful across country or in town. It looks sleeker than most contemporary cars also.
Owned this car (with 4.6 V8) for 5 years now, basically zero problems. Only had to replace a couple bad O2 sensors. Otherwise, pretty decent mileage on the highway, awesome power, and I can drive it anywhere and depend on it to get me there and home!