tire size FORD THUNDERBIRD 2002 11.G Owners Manual

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FORD THUNDERBIRD 2002 11.G Owners Manual Fuse/Relay
LocationFuse Amp
RatingPower Distribution Box Description
21 Ð Not used
22 20A** Ignition Switch
23 30A** SSP4
24 30A** SSP3
25 40A** P-J/B
26 30A** Passenger power seat
27 30A** SSP1
28 3

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FORD THUNDERBIRD 2002 11.G Owners Manual 8. Lower the wheel by turning the jack handle counterclockwise.
9. Remove the jack and fully tighten
the lug nuts in the order shown.
NOTE: The jack cannot be
properly stowed when a full size
tire is

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FORD THUNDERBIRD 2002 11.G Owners Manual ²Idling for long periods of time (greater than one minute) may waste
fuel.
²Anticipate stopping; slowing down may eliminate the need to stop.
²Sudden or hard accelerations may reduce fuel economy.

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FORD THUNDERBIRD 2002 11.G Owners Manual ²Four tire rotation
Replacing the tires
Replace the tires when the wear
band is visible through the tire
treads.
When replacing full size tires, never mix radial bias-belted, or
bias-type tires. Use

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FORD THUNDERBIRD 2002 11.G Owners Manual Failure to follow these precautions may adversely affect the
handling of the vehicle and make it easier for the driver to lose
control and roll over.
Tires that are larger or smaller than your vehicle