If it is an early bronco, the easiest way is to remove the grill. There are approximately 8 screws around the grill. This will let you get to the retainer screws and the bulb just plugs in. This is the suggested way from the better repair manual for the broncos. If it is the later bronco, there is a retainer on the back side of the headlight shell that can be turned about a quarter turn to release the bulb, it is separate from the headlight reflector. You might have to remove the battery or reach down along side the washer reservoir to reach the retainer, and if the bulb hasn't been removed for awhile, the retainer might stick. The retainers have been known to break, they are plastic and do run hot, but they are available at most car part stores.
ground wire 2 frame
Probably not because the Ford Bronco and Ford Bronco 2 were not very good by their motor.
There are 4 little screws around headlight, remove then unplug and replace. Vdubwizard
get a new shifter tower from a wreaker
The Bronco 2 was sold between 1984 and 1990. The Ford Bronco 2 was a compact SUV. It was smaller than a full-sized Bronco. It was succeeded by Ford Explorer.
There is the FULL SIZE BRONCO and then the Bronco II ( the Bronco II is smaller , eventually replaced by the Ford Explorer)
Remove, clean, replace IAC (Idle Air Control).
I have a 1988 ford bronco 2 with a 2.9 six cylinder with 103,000 miles and still get 22 mpg on the highway.
If it is the same as the ( 1996 ) Ford Bronco : ( Relay # 2 is the fuel pump relay )
Two different circuits, altogether. Could be a faulty switch, short in the wiring, might even just come down to fuses.
yes just make sure to align everything so it all works properly
The bolt pattern on a Ford Bronco or 1/2 truck (F150) is 5 on 5.5 (5/5.5).
No , the 2.9 liter V6 engine in a 4X4 , 1990 Ford Bronco II is fuel injected
A 1986 Ford Bronco II would use R12 unless it has been converted
You must mean 86 Bronco II? There is no 96 model.
remove the headlights by the 2 torx heard screws and pull them out, then reach down in behind the bumper cover
remove batt. cable from starter(its not wired to batt so has no power) remove 2 1/2 bolts remove starter
On a 1995 Ford Bronco : The rear gears are INSIDE the rear differential ( pumpkin ) located in the middle between the 2 rear wheels
I BELIEVE the 2.9 liter V6 engine in a 1988 Ford Bronco II is rated at ( 140 horsepower from the factory )
firewall 4 - 8 3 - 7 2 - 6 1 - 5 front of Ford Bronco ( V8 )
Bank 2 is the drivers side.
We have a 1993 Ford Bronco with 2 catalytic converters. Had one of the 2 replaced over a year and a half ago when we failed emissions. We passed with flying colors. So I say, it can be done.