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I am sure I just missed it somewhere, I am blind sometimes, I checked the tech articles and the search and looked at my car. I need to know my car's build date, I know it was 2/??/94, how/where would I find the actual day?

Anyone know the steering ratio?

Anyone know the factory recommend tire size, type, and inflation pressure?

I also need a copy of a magazine article that reviewed my car, anyone happen to know what month of what magazine had an article on a 94 Thunderbird, any year after 94 would probalby due as it would still have the 4.6 and 4R70W.

Thanks to anyone who can help.
 

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tire size for aloy wheels was 215/70/15. Check your manual for that and tire pressure.
I forgot where the build date was, I think the door jam.

http://tccoa.com/articles/clipings/ look at thrid article down. I dont know if it helps at all.

good luck
-Shawn
 

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Shawn40th said:
tire size for aloy wheels was 215/70/15. Check your manual for that and tire pressure.
I forgot where the build date was, I think the door jam.

http://tccoa.com/articles/clipings/ look at thrid article down. I dont know if it helps at all.

good luck
-Shawn
Passenger side door jam has the tire info, the driver side plate only tells you month/year, not day.
 

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I need it my Tuesday though. There was an article, comparo NASCAR style between the Bird and the Monte in the Oct. 94 R&T. Then I discovered there was an article on the Mark VIII in the Dec 92 R&T. Weight Difference between these cars has been discussed before, well, according to R&T a 93-95 Mark weighs in at 3900 and a 94-95 Thunderbird weighs in at 3875. Its pretty much a draw.
 
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