in the exhaust manifold right before the catalytic converter
Should be right before the catalytic converter. Mine is a 1988 and that's where it's at.
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.
Chiltons auto manuals have good diagrams, your oxygen sensor is on your exhaust in front of the catalytic converter.
Bank 1 would be the passenger side of the engine on your Ford Sensor 2 would be in the exhaust after the catalytic converter ( downstream )
To fix an engine light code of 133 on a 1996 Ford Bronco with a 351 engine, the oxygen sensors need to be replaced. There are two oxygen sensors on this vehicle. One is on the driver's side and the other is on the passenger side of the exhaust or catalytic converter.
Be careful on this. I did it to myself . I install my transmission back on my 89 bronco and found out I didn't lock in the converter right and damage it. Cost me an extra $700 to repair the pump and new converter had the same systems as you.
The catalytic converter. They all smell, really strong may sujgest that it is going bad and needs to be replaced. Converters change the carbon monoxide to sulfur dioxide the rotton egg is the sulfur.
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.
tork converter lock is engaged.
How_do_you_change_the_dash_bulbs_on_a_1995_Ford_Broncohear how it is done in a 92-96
there is usually three in the exhaust one at each exhaust manifold and if your bronco happens to be early obd2 then theres one behind the catylytic converter
You need to look on the Bronco Forums for this. I use: www.FullSizeBronco.com Here is a link I found on that site for replacing your window motor. It's a great write-up. It may be for a different year, but should be basically the same. You may only have to rebuild the motor instead of replacing it. I did all 3 of my 1990 Bronco window motors and it cost a fraction of replacing all the motors. http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/showthread.php?t=42520&highlight=Torque+Pins
have your transmission and torque converter checked
10.5 Quarts if the torque converter is dry also.
When your cars is idle the oil pressure should drop, when you accelerate it should rise. The car stutter sounds like a catalytic converter goin out
You have to take the transmission completely off of the vehicle.Also when replacing clutch you have to replace the slave cylinder.Mace
There is no 1988 Ford Explorer. The vehicle went into production in 1990 for the 1991 model year, replacing the two door Bronco II;. As for the Bronco II, there isn't an OBD port.
Then you have made a big mistake and used the wrong fluid. Drain it all out including what is in the torque converter and put the correct fluid in.
There is the FULL SIZE BRONCO and then the Bronco II ( the Bronco II is smaller , eventually replaced by the Ford Explorer)
Just finished replacing fuel pump on my bronco 2 . Mine was a mechanical pump located on engine block behind and below power steering pump. Pain to get off without flex rachet extention or socket swival. Mine had NO fuel pump on it.
have you looked at your exaust system being pluged maybe your cataletic converter is pluged
No , the 1972 Ford Bronco is a full size vehicle