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Old 09-12-2006, 16:13   #1 (permalink)
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new guy need help w/ tbird

my room mate has a 93 thunderbird w/ automatic seatbelts, power everything, and this thing has some ****ing gremlins somewhere, i was wondering if any of u guys had ever experienced this stuff before:



when he got it, the headlights would just cut out : turns out thats a recall, got that fixed.

soon after that tho, shit hit the fan. now his power windows wont work, im thinking that its the driver's side switch, they all worked when he got it, and all crapped out at once, but we're still open to opinions.

next, he had a factory radio in there that worked just fine, and then he got the apline HU out of my escort and put it in there, 2 days later, the cd player was fried and wouldnt play, we sent it off to be fixed, and when it got back, it still wouldnt play, . no radio.

his seatbelt light stays on all the time, his seatbelt is in the "engaged" position i guess u'd call it, it stays back like it should when u turn the car on, but the light stays on and from time to time the buzzer sounds, and wont quit unless u open the door and slam it, then it only quits for about 10-15 seconds at a time.


every time u use any electrical feature, the voltmeter spikes to about 18 volts, then drops down to 0, then back to around 14 or so. this sumbitch is a disaster help please







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Old 09-12-2006, 18:55   #2 (permalink)
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Re: new guy need help w/ tbird

Burn it and run!
Seriously, that car has some issues. You may find that a few issues could be a related wiring problem or something. Good luck!
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