I have a 92 year and the removal is very easy. There is a small pin hold under the ignition cylinder in the column. You should be able to see this if you insert the key and look directly under the column. Push this pin and turn and pull the cylinder out. Also, The chance of this being the reason of why you cannot start the Bronco is very slim. The problem is likely the auto in park safety switch that is engaged when you turn the key. There is a plunger like device the pushes a rod to activate this switch. This rod can be found by taking the steering wheel off. The rod sits on the top side of the steering column and runs down the backside to and near the foot peddle engaging the switch. The process can be very confusing to pull apart and to replace for the less experience.
where is fuel shut off switch for Ford Bronco eddy Bauer
you don't have a 5.3L in the bronco. If it is indeed an Eddie Bauer then it should be a 5.8L, but other options include 5.0L and 4.9L.
Eddie Bauer turned to verb. As in an Eddie Bauer Bronco is a Ford Bronco eddied out.
The Eddie Bauer was an option ordered from Ford. It was the top of the line Ford Bronco from 1987 to 1996
it should be 3rd switch to the right all the way over underneath the steering wheel
Remove the cover. Under the cover there is a C-clip. Remove it and the rest comes out.
no its just an option package
AnswerYes, mine is. I have a 94 escort gt, and only have one type of key. -However, I have a 1990 Ford Bronco II Eddie Bauer, and I have two keys which will only open and lock the doors, and two keys that will only operate the ignition.
Under the passenger side kick panel under the dash.
most 1992 Eddie Bauer bronco's are 3.55 in the rear and 3.54 in the front. that's what mine is with a 351w (5.8).
The only size I can find is for a 1988 Ford Bronco II Eddie Bauer: 205 75 15.
The brake light switch is out of adjustment.