How to Replace an Inner Tie Rod End on a 1994 Thunderbird?

Answer The inner tie-rod ends on a 1994 Ford Thunderbird are part of the vehicle's front suspension. Removing a tie-rod end requires the use of a special tool called a two-jaw puller, and you need to be a... Read More »

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How to Replace the Water Pump on a 1994 Thunderbird?

The water pump on a 1994 For Thunderbird moves the coolant that cools the engine around the cooling system, including the radiator and the engine block. When the water pump goes out, the coolant ju... Read More »

How to Replace a Sway Bar Link on a 1994 Ford Thunderbird?

The sway bar links on a 1994 Ford Thunderbird connect the sway bar ends to the chassis. The links allow for play between the sway bar and the chassis while driving. However, the links can wear out ... Read More »

How to Fix a Radiator Leak in a 1994 Thunderbird?

Due to the radiator's position on the 1994 Ford Thunderbird, it's left vulnerable to damage from pebbles and road debris. Damage to the radiator can cause coolant to seep out, resulting in the cool... Read More »

How to Repair the Inner Tie Rod on a 1994 Ranger?

Ford introduced the Ranger pickup in 1983. The 1994 Ranger is a third-generation model which was produced from 1993 to 2000. The 1994 Ranger was powered by a 2.3-liter in-line four-cylinder, or a 3... Read More »