ground wire 2 frame
the bronco needs to have the ground wire connected from the battery to the body. if you replaced the battery and disconnected that ground it simply won't start.
The MAF is located at the air cleaner you should see a wire connector leading to the air box and that's it.
POSSIBLY A LOOSE GROUND WIRE AT LEAST THAT IS WHAT I AM LOOKING FOR ON MINE,GOOD LUCK! The most likely cause on the late 80's Bronco & Ranger for headlight problems is the failure of the Dimmer switch connection. I had to completely replace the connector & switch on my '88 Bronco II to resolve the problem.
Smoking is bad for your health. Convert the outlet to adapt it to a CD or MP3 player. These will not kill you.
you can breath
go to crutchfield or walmart and buy the adapter harness for you wiring and follow the directions. Answer i just put in a CD player in my 88 bronco, like the other guy said get a wiring adapter it will make all the speaker hook ups easy. however mine didn't come with anything for the power when i looked up the wiring diagram it was wrong, but i figured it out the wires from your new stereo will have a yellow wire which is the constant power and connect that to the yellow/black from the bronco im pretty sure that's the right color which ever is the fatter gauge. then your going to have an allumintation wire and the accessory wire coming from the bronco but the new stereo will only have a red for the accessory power since this is an older truck you need to connect the allumination wire and the accessory together or else your dash lights will no longer work. i know this cause when i put the stereo in my 85 ranger i didn't connect them and never had working dash lights
I am pretty sure there are 2 of them. They are on the exhaust near the engine and on the catalytic converter. Look for a single wire.
It will if you change the wire harness,the complete wire harness.Done many of these conversions and you need a complete wire harness front to back and the computer
Chiltons auto manuals have good diagrams, your oxygen sensor is on your exhaust in front of the catalytic converter.
You can find the 2005 Ford Ranger radio CD player wire color codes in most service manuals. The wire colors are associated as follows; the positive wire is red, the black wire is the ground, the green and yellow wires are speaker wires, and the white wire is the auxiliary wire.
It's right next to the right side (driver side) of the distributor. It has a wire L shaped boot on top of it.
I have a 1995 bronco and the sensor is located to the right of the distributor. It has only one wire running to it. Mine is a 5.8 as well. I'd imagine the location is the same on the '89 model.
On the 1988 2.9 v6,the starter is on the drivers side ,at the bottom of the motor. 2 bolts hold it in,one main wire on tale end.
I have a 1990 bronco 2, but i just had my starter rebuilt. it was relatively simple. its located underneath the engine. sort of close to the cab. but there are two bolts that connect it to the bronco. then there is a bolt that connects a wire to it. first disconnect you battery though
the red one
i took mine to car toys
The oxygen sensor on the 1988 ford 2.9 liter engine is located on the exhaust pipe just behind the right exhaust manifold. It screws into the exhaust pipe and has a small wire running to the tip of it. Just unplug the wire and turn out the sensor with a wrench.
Disconnect the battery. Remove the H.D cable and starter solenoid wire from the starter motor, remove the bolts from underneath, remove the starter. BigBronco351
The air temp sensor is in the intake manifold, in the cylinder number 6 intake runner (drivers side, second cylinder from the front) in the lower intake manifold. The plug should have a yellow wire and a black wire.
The problem your having doesn't sound like a fuse.it could be as simple as the grounding wire from the frame to motor or body. there is a ground that connects to one of the bolts on the windshield wiper motor. I'd start looking there first
between air filter & throttle body, it has a wire plug going to it ,only on 1988 @ newer
You either have a bad connection or a abad sending unit. Check out the wire to the tank and connection at the sending unit . .
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