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Why might a 1988 Ford Bronco not start with a new battery gas plugs and a new ignition coil?


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2015-07-17 17:30:38
2015-07-17 17:30:38

check your frame ground

try the ignition module you need a special 5.5mm tool the part is only about 30 bucks


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You might not have the correct spark plugs. Most spark plugs have a resistor included in them to prevent radio interference. Check the numbers on the plug with an auto parts store and see if your plugs are the resistor type. If not, switch them out. You might also have a problem with the electronic ignition, so if changing the plugs does not help, take the vehicle to a garage and have the ignition system checked out.

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