If the tires are oversized this will cause part of it. This engine is carburerated so it cannot compensate like fuel injected cars can. You will notice this problem more during head wind, heavy loads etc.If your tires are oversized you may consider a lighter, regular tire. Good luck. Answer if your bronco is an 89 then its not carburerated. they started putting in fuel injection in 86
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A wiring diagram of a 1989 Bronco 11 fuel pump can be purchased from most auto parts stores. It can also be found in do-it-yourself repair books for a 1989 Bronco 11.
A 1989 Ford Bronco II has a ( 2.9 liter / 177 cubic inch V6 engine )
Yes. The Bronco body style didn't change again until after 1989.
Its an A4LD.
I believe that is a ( C6 ) 3 speed automatic transmission with the 351 in a 1989 Ford Bronco
Yes it will but you may have some computer and driveline issues going from an a4od to an e4od
can you please provide ma a spark plug wiring diagram for a 1989 ford bronco v6 so i can print it i beleive my wires are on wrong
That depends on the size of the engine
It is 44 hundreths
if its an automatic, and a four speed, E4OD?
About 4,500 pounds.
No, just one.
They were available either with manual or automatic transmissions.