Take off the skid plate, 2 bolts at the back, take off the hold up straps, 2 bolts up front, make sure that u have a jack under the tank, lower it down a little, take off the fuel lines, 1 plastic clip on each then pull, take off the filler tube, 1 hose clamp 8 m, and pull out the small evap line on top of tank, just pull that one hard. Later Mike
Depends on if it is automatic or manual. Automatic I'm not sure, manual I have seen about 88 MPH, which is far beyond what I recommend anyone driving this vehicle at.
i have a 390 big block with a 4 speed in my bronco 2
The vehicle speed sensor is located at the rear differential on a 1998 Bronco II. This also serves as the ABS sensor.Ê
get a new shifter tower from a wreaker
The 1988 Ford brake light switch does not adjust, replace it with a new one.
The easiest way to fix a 1988 Ford Bronco gas hose leak is to replace the hose. You can also patch the week in the hose.
what lights you talking about get a haynes or chiltons manual or take it to a repair shop
!987 Bronco II had egr system, but 88's dont have egr system. I own and 88 and a manual and it states this
theres a tool you use to remove it. ive also heard you can punch it out.
How to put manual transmission on mustang 1988
if this is your first, I'd get a manual... see if your local library has a shop manual for free d
Type your answer here... no mass air flow in bronco came out in 94 1988 should have map
I'm not sure what you mean by what size, but if you are talking about how many speeds, I believe the early 1988 Broncos came with a 3-speed transmission and the later 1988s came with a 3-speed with overdrive. Most of the information I've found online shows that the 1988 came with the 3-speed, but I own a 1988 (it was built towards the end of 1988) and it has the 3-speed with overdrive.
I have a 1987 ford bronco and I changed the heater core in about 15 minutes. All you have to do is remove glove box and there is a panel with a few screws around it. and there you go.
Where is fuel filter on 1988 bronco II?" HOW TO CHANGE IT ---- It is located underneath the car, driver side area.
I believe that is a version of the C6 - 3 speed automatic transmission
np 435 4 speed manual
E28 M5 (1985-1988): 5 Speed ManualE34 M5 (1989-1995): 5 Speed Manual, with a 6 Speed Manual available as an option from 1991 onwardsE39 M5 (1998-2003): 6 Speed ManualE60 M5 (2005-2010): 7 Speed SMG III, with a 6 Speed Manual available as an option from October 2006 onwards in USA onlyF10 M5 (2011-Present): 7 Speed M-DCT, with a 6 Speed Manual available as an option in USA/Canada only
Stock tires on the Bronco are 31x10.5 R15 with stock rims.
Get a manual on your car to do the job right. In short, you have to pull the timing belt covers and timing belt. Get a manual.
that would depend on the tranny
In the tank