According to the manual that I have for my 86 Bronco II, it says this: Removal- Rotate the lock cylinder key to the Lock position. Disconnect the negative battery cable from the battery. For tilt column only, remove the upper extension shroud by squeezing it at the 6 and 12 o'clock positions and popping it free of the retaining plate at the 3 o'clock position. Remove the 2 trim shroud halves by removing the 2 attaching screws. Disconnect the ignition switch electrical connector. Drill out the break-off head bolts connecting the switch to the lock cylinder housing by using a 1/8 in. (3mm) drill bit. Remove the 2 bolts, using an Ex-3 Easy-out tool or equivalent. Disengage the ignition switch from the actuator pin. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- To install- Rotate the ignition key to the RUN position, approximatly 90 degrees clockwise from LOCK. Install the replacement switch by aligning the holes on the switch casting base with the holes in the lock cylinder housing. Note that the replacement switch is provided in the RUN position. Minor movement of the lock cylinder to align the actuator pin with the U-shaped slot in the switch carrier may be required. Install the new break-off head bolts and tighten untilheads shear off (approx. 35-50 in. lbs.). Connect the electrical connector to the ignition switch. Connect the negative battery cable to the battery terminal. Check the ignition switch for proper operation in all modes. Install the sterring column trim shrouds.
You must mean 86 Bronco II? There is no 96 model.
my 86 full size bronco haha
i beleave the inertia switch is located behind the glove box or just below it.. that's where it is located on my 86 and my old 88 bronco II
yes most everything
It shouldn't be. It was designed to only operate once the key was turned on.
Replace fuel pressure regulator.
it most certianly will!
on the passenger side next the oil pan
on the passonger side beside the exsaust manafold
a complete donor truck
to start off you have to pull the tranny then the fly wheel and if its a one piece your good to go but if its a 2 piece you have to drop the oil pan.
Yes, both should be interchangable.
If you are talking about the 86 fullsize bronco on the driver side of the intake there are two sensors bolted onto the intake the one in the back is the knock sensor good luck finding one they are discontinued if you do let me know where you found it I am looking for one
There is none. GM vehicles are not equipped with an inertia switch.
i have a 86 bronco that cuts out when it reaches running tempature.
In the exhaust pipe below the manifold passenger side
A small 86 HP 2.3L 4-cylinder diesel engine was offered through 1987 on Bronco II's. Bronco II's were made from 1984 to 1990. so if you find this engine it should fit your Bronco II. I researched this before i answered your question so i knew it would be correct!!! good Luck!!! A small 86 HP 2.3L 4-cylinder diesel engine was offered through 1987 on Bronco II's. Bronco II's were made from 1984 to 1990. so if you find this engine it should fit your Bronco II. I researched this before i answered your question so i knew it would be correct!!! good Luck!!!
There is no "reset" switch for the fuel pump on that vehicle.
Right behind the front tire on the drivers side on the inside of the frame
it could be the control module
80-86 Full size Bronco 80-86 F150, F250, F350
To replace the injectors in 86 Toyota truck 22r, simply refer to your user and service manual.