Remove headlight switch knob. Remove trim at the bottom of upper portion of dash to reveal TORX screws holding dash trim panel on. (this is tricky, you will need to bend something, maybe a paper clip or the like, to fit behind those trim pieces and pull straight out - it will fight you) Remove TORX screws, then remove upper dash panel (you may need to disconnect electric 4x4 switch, if equipped), revealing gauge cluster. Remove TORX screws holding guage cluster - not the ones holding the lens. Remove entire gauge cluster and find bulbs on back - 1/4 turn will remove each bulb socket - change as req'd. Reassemble in reverse order.
vacuum hose dimgram for 1994 ford bronco
Remove transmission and replace the rear main seal
I own A 1994 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer with a 5.0 liter engine. The answer to your question is the oil capacity is exactly 6 quarts for an oil change.
The horn relay in a 1994 Ford Bronco is located on attached to the cruise module. The electrical relay is under the hood.
In the gas tank
in the gas tank
The instrument clusters are wired completely different and it is a task beyond belief to change out the prongs on the wiring and get it right.
Don't even waste your time with those little plastic clips they're worthless
Where is the instrument panel relay located on a 1994 ford escort
take all the plastic bits off of it, pull up and out on the cluster, unhook the wires and tubes, swap out the new gauge cluster and put it all back together
Speed sensor is on the rear differential.
Check your PCV valve.
The rears are a 6x8.
all you need are wrenches to disconnect battery cables, and sockets and extensions to remove starter blots from starter
The gauges on the dash is the instrument cluster.
Maybe computer controlled and not adjustable
6 Quarts of oil
All Broncos were a 5 x 5.5"
i have changed all my bulbs for a 1994 Bonneville still i have no tail lights for nite driving
He was arrested on June 17, 1994 after the infamous "white bronco chase."
Yes ( Motorcraft SW1951C )