that line sounds like it comes from your valve cover to your breather,there should be a PCV valve in the vavle cover,(positive crankcase ventilation valve,its purpose is to take the air and vent back through the carberator for better emission controls. ,the goo is from alot of oil being sent though the pcv to the brerther.answercheck to see if oil filler cap or engine vent is clogged up u should not get brown goo(oil) in air cleaner if engine is vented also check PVC pull out of valve cover and shake if it rattles it is good if it does not rattle replace and see if that fixes problem
They did not come with a filter
there is no cabin filter in that vehicle
Where is fuel filter on 1988 bronco II?" HOW TO CHANGE IT ---- It is located underneath the car, driver side area.
The fuel filter is located just below the drivers door on the frame rail. There are two clamps to pull the filter.
on the passonger side beside the exsaust manafold
under drivers seat inside frame rail
5 quarts + filter
Well if you have a 351 in the bronco then your fuel pump is mounted on the block right in front of the oil filter
If there is a PVC valve and hose and filter connected to the air intake, oil could be sucked up from the valve covers when the throttle is applied. perhaps the PVC valve needs to be changed.
If you follow the fuel line from the fuel tank to the engine, you will find the fuel filter.
On a full sized Bronco, it is located in front of the fuel pump between the frame rails near the drivers feet.
try changing the fuel filter