20 Most Recent 1995 Ford Thunderbird Questions & Answers

okay we are talking about the rod that goes from the ignition key chamber in the steering column to the electrical ignition switch on the lower part of the column and I am assuming that your changing the ignition switch on the lower column you have to put the rod up into the ignition cylinder first then attach it to the ignition switch and then put in the bolts to hold it but don't tighten them all the way so you can adjust the ignition switch properly then when you have it right tighten the bolts ///// now when you were taking the old one out you had the key turned to the run position with the battery cables disconnected and it fell out I am assuming there is only one way to put it in the switch part lower column so you'll get it just be patient the key cylinder must move freely with the rod engaged then you turn the key back to the off position while moving the switch with it then temporarily bolt it in for testing and adjusting it trying to do it by yourself is a little bit hard if you never did this before so try using a helper but it can be done as a 1 man job if you have a lot of problems you can pull the key cylinder out by pushing the metal button under it in the column then turning the key cylinder to the flats // forward till you can pull it out if you need more info please post back in comments and I will get it ok be patient and you will succeed good luck Stephen

1995 Ford... | Answered on Sep 30, 2019

Codes are set when a sensor detects something outside the normal range of readings. code 41 on a Ford eec_iv basically indicates the o2 sensor (front sensor, passenger side) is seeing a lean condition. Things that can cause a lean condition? Vacuum leak (bad hose, intake gasket, etc) Bad or dirty/clogged fuel injector egr valve not seating A bad sensor could cause this, but far more likely is the vehicle has an actual lean condition . (the sensor is actually working detecting the lean condition) this is just a short list of the few most common items that can cause a lean condition.

1995 Ford... | Answered on May 06, 2019

Some cars use vacuum from the engine to open and close the doors that direct the air to different positions. It is possible that the vacuum line to the controls is cracked or disconnected.

1995 Ford... | Answered on Oct 31, 2018

engine lights read transmission faults as well as engine faults
have the fault codes read to find the problem sensor

1995 Ford... | Answered on Nov 22, 2017

Take out the switch controller and clean the plug contacts and the switch it could have oxidation and or corrosion in either one stopping the current if not change the unit

1995 Ford... | Answered on Oct 31, 2017

Sometimes a broken motor mount causes this. Cracked sparkplug ceramic can cause this.

1995 Ford... | Answered on Apr 22, 2017

when it will again on . Check thermostat

1995 Ford... | Answered on Apr 03, 2017

Which fuse ? has two . a 175 amp and a 15 amp . alternator could have shorted diode inside . Wiring shorted to ground .

1995 Ford... | Answered on Feb 21, 2017

short to ground in alternator or harness, or the alternator is producing to many amps and blowing fuse, ensure correct fuse is in place and test alternator output, too much is just as bad as not enough

1995 Ford... | Answered on Feb 21, 2017


1995 Ford... | Answered on Nov 23, 2016

If yours is equipped with automatic climate control, check the blower motor resistor behind the glove box.

1995 Ford... | Answered on Mar 11, 2016

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