My husband just replaced my fuel pump yesterday...86 Ford bronco II with 2.9 ltr engine...it is located inside the fuel tank, cost about $60 at Napa Autoparts...note: my bronco has 4 wheel drive option. 6-25-06 Yes it is electric and is mounted externally on the fuel tank. Actually there are 2- one in the fuel tank with the gauge and pick up and another on the frame rail drivers side apx. front edge of drivers door.
If it is a V8 engine it will be located on the side of the engine toward the front. If it is the V6 it will be an electric pump located inside the fuel tank.
On the back of the distributor which is located on the top of the engine rear center, the ignition module (or TFI module as ford calls it) has two screws bolting it to the distributor and one electrical connection, when you replace this you MUST use di-electric grease when installing the new one or it will fail due to excessive heat created by the engine.
O2 sensors are located in the manifolds & front pipes
pretty much any 302, or 351 heads will fit
it should be on the drivers side frame rail between fuel tank and the engine around the area of the drivers door.
The Ford Bronco is categorized in one of five generations, with the 1986 model falling within the 3rd generation. The base curb weight of a 1986 Ford Bronco is approximately 4374 lbs.
The 1986 Escort has a carburated engine , there is no relay switch because there is no electric fuel pump in it. The macanical fuel pump ( Ran by the camshaft) inlocated on the back of the engine , between the engine and the firewall. Good luck to get to it to replace the rubber diafragm.
Follow the fuel line from the fuel tank to the engine. If you do not locate an electric or mechanical fuel pump, it is in the fuel tank.
Clogged fuel filter, defective fuel pump are 2 possibilities.
The 1991 351 Windsor is electronically fuel injected, so changing the engine would require all of the control modules and fuel injection systems associated with an EFI engine to be put in as well, but it is possible.
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on the fire wall driver side by the e brake
The base curb weight of the 1986 Ford Bronco is 4,374 pounds. This is for the 4.9 liter North American version.
A 1986 Ford Bronco II would use R12 unless it has been converted
follow the cable to the throttle body and it is underneath the butterfly
front of engine at top on right side facing engine
It is located on the lower intake manifold on the driver side of the engine. It is close to the front of the engine.
it is located behind the distributor on top of the block there is the oil sending unit and a oil sending switch with a wire that goes to your choke if it is electric trace it back and you will find it...
the 1986-87 lg4 engine had a mechanical fuel pump and an electric in tank pump.
Top of engine under air cleaner
NO. You will find the fuel pump on the passenger front SIDE of the engine.
drivers side of engine block
The fuel filter is located just below the drivers door on the frame rail. There are two clamps to pull the filter.
Is on the engine block on the upper water hose.