by jerryandev on Jun 29, 2013 Vehicle: 2002 Ford Thunderbird Premium 2dr Convertible w/Removable Hard Top (3.9L 8cyl 5A)
After 11 years
one Ford dealer new the answer. Our car
motored at 25MPH (as if in cruise control ) ever since new, so it was
very hard to stop . There are lots of them with the same problem . You need to change the Idle air control, about $200. Ford calls it IABP
The dealer is Sunny Side Ford in Holden Ma. Scotty service manager .
by rsellson on Sep 27, 2012 Vehicle: 2002 Ford Thunderbird Premium 2dr Convertible w/Removable Hard Top (3.9L 8cyl 5A)
Bought this car because it is my wifes favorite color (yellow).
She wanted a convertible and the color was right...that was 5 years ago.
The car brings smiles to her, and when she is down-in-the-dumps, we put the top down and go for a ride.
Best inverstment I've ever made.
Happy wife...happy life!
Now for me.
Yellow is not my color but I would drive this car even if it were purple, orange and pink.
What a nice driving car.
A very good balance of power, handling, efficiency, driver fit, and looks.
I have never been in any other car that evokes such a pleasant response from the general public.
I am now considering a second T-Bird for my commute to work. Maybe silver...
by fred154 on Aug 27, 2011 Vehicle: 2002 Ford Thunderbird Premium 2dr Convertible w/Removable Hard Top (3.9L 8cyl 5A)
I've owned this car for nearly nine years now, and I (and everyone else who sees it) still consider it a new car.
It looks great and drives just as smoothly after 32,500 miles as it did when new.
No problems with car whatsoever.
I replaced the battery simply because I had a Firestone rebate that had to be used.
This isn't a family car for daily use, but it is a great toy that still makes an old man feel like a kid again!