engine misfire , rough running condition cold start a rattle noise been in shop for three weeks cost me $2,000.00 for a diagnose still can't find where the noise is coming from. coil on plug ignition system has been replaced twice will cost me $7,100.00 to replace the engine. This 2004 ford thunderbird has only 39,000 thousand miles on it. Does anyone have a answer, am trying to get ford to help with the bill. What can I do?
Has anyone had to replace the entire engine? on 2004 Ford Thunderbird
by tpa in Los Angeles, CA on June 30, 2010
3 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by mastertech6371 on June 30, 2010
car way to old for any warranty. you need to go somewhere else for your diag. 2ooo and no answer???? you need a refund due to a bad tech. at our shop, the motor replacement is around 4ooo with a 3 yr 5oooo mile warranty. get your car out of there and to somewhere where they know what they are doing. Roy
COMMENT by tpa on July 02, 2010
Thanks this helped me out alot!!!Tpa
ANSWER by Carl McConnell on November 14, 2013
Only in a bad shop. Have them run computer codes, one or more of your ign coils is defective or you have a broken spark plug. Are you hearing a pulsating noise while the engine is running?
ANSWER by rottendog67 on June 04, 2014
Make sure they check your variable timing, cam phaser out will cause all kinds of other codes and confuse bad Techs