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1996 Ford Thunderbird Consumer Discussions

1996 Ford Thunderbird
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Thunderbird/Cougar, Continental...

(that Ford never notified us about). My 1993 Thunderbird blew the head gaskets at 75,000 miles. That cost $1,970 to fix, and the car was not running right. Ford could care less. I traded the T-bir...

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1989 - 1995 Ford Thunderbird SC - Popular, good value, good performer, historically noteworthy. (Also the 1984-1988 T-Bird Turbos but to a lesser degree)....

had the original ball joints, and my son's 1996 Thunderbird has 138,000 miles on it with all original sealed ball joints....

have mentioned before. I just drove my sons 1996 Thunderbird and there were rattles and squeaks. The car is tight and has been reliable but there are squeaks in the drivers door and in the passenger ...

1996 Ford Thunderbird (102,000K) 4.6 V8. A blast to drive and has been mostly trouble free except for a intake manifold blowing up on me (YIKES! stupid composite plastic intake manifolds)....

I'm just glad the guy is still out here...without him where would I go to see pictures of 1996 Thunderbird chassis test mules? Pretty......

Marquis, Lincoln Town Car, Mustang, Cougar and Thunderbird models. The settlement could impact over 2 million vehicles and cost Ford up to $375 million USD....

I DID get to take a test drive in it and what a thrill that was. Even the rep. was having fun because they can not test drive the GT's or the Thunderbirds....

industry time after time, not GM. The Mustang, Thunderbird, Taurus, Ranchero and Navigator and even the reinvention of the Mustang all were out years before GM could do anything. GM has introduced pr...

required on that vehicle yet. I have a 1995 Ford Thunderbird (4.6L engine) with 107K miles. No major repairs required on that vehicle yet. If you spend your money on proper care and maintenance inste...
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