check the three main things...compression, spark, and of course fuel. if the compression is good, then check to see if you are gettin spark. if you are getting both of these, you are probably having a problem with the fuel pump or relay. turn the key switch to the on position and see if you can hear the fuel pump whinning. if not, check the inertia switch which is under the dash on the drivers side to the left of the brake pedal. if the little red button is up, press it down and try that. if none of this works, i would recommend bringing it to a shop.
hold the shifter all the way up and try to start your bronco if it starts adjust the shift linkage and passing gear linkage if it stilldoesn't start replace the neutral safety switch
vacuum hose dimgram for 1994 ford bronco
There are a couple of a reasons why a 1994 Ford F150 truck will not start. The truck may have a dead battery or the spark plugs need to be replaced.
It isprobably not getting fuel or not getting spark.
The horn relay in a 1994 Ford Bronco is located on attached to the cruise module. The electrical relay is under the hood.
check igntion coils
In the gas tank
in the gas tank
The starter is burning.
the Bering is going out or something got in the housing
Clogged fuel filter, or failing fuel pump.
Speed sensor is on the rear differential.
Check your PCV valve.
The rears are a 6x8.
A small hole in the fuse line would cause a gas leak on a 1994 Honda Accord LX. In addition, a hole in the actual fuel tank would cause a leak.
just the inner and outter bearings on the front both sides would be about 50-60 dollars
It is the crank positioning sensor.
Myself For a Vehicle Like This I Would Recommend Castrol 10 W 40.
Maybe computer controlled and not adjustable
6 Quarts of oil
All Broncos were a 5 x 5.5"