Ford Bronco XLT
Your 88 ford bronco will turn over but not start and you have replaced the coil distributor cap rotor and negative battery cable but still no spark from coil?
How do you reset the computer in a 1988 Ford bronco 2 has new battery and still no power?
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Battery keeps dying on 1990 ford bronco replaced battery and alternator what could it be?
What if your 86 bronco ll will not start evn though you have replaced the battery and ignition coil?
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Why won't a 1987 ford bronco II start-when you have replaced the coil and the module there is no spark?
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What could be the problem 1990 bronco unable to start have replaced the battery and the relay next to the battery no lights inside trk when battery is reconnected?
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How do you remove the computer on a 1988 full size bronco?
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Why would an '89 Bronco II not spark if you replaced the TFI and DIS?
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Where is the location of temperature sending unit for 91 bronco?
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How can you reset your computer on a 1996 Ford Bronco?
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1988 Ford Bronco II Bought a new alternator battery charged up start the car battery light comes on then it dies what is the problem?
How do you turn the check engine light off on a 1996 Ford Bronco?
What does it mean when i have no fire but i changed out my ignition coil and my pick up coil inside the distributor on a 1987 ford bronco 302 v8 fi?
Your coil has a positive and negative side and if there is no power to the positive side you will not have any spark: However, if you have no ground to the negative side you will have the same problem. Check for power and ground with a volt meter.To check for power, connect red lead from volt meter to positive side of coil and black lead to negative side of battery, you should read 12 volts with key on. To check ground, connect black lead from volt meter to negative side of coil and red lead to positive side of battery, you should read 12 volts with key on.
Bronco won't start one click is all you get. starter is good. replaced solenoid and alternator. still the same problem. cleaned up all connections and terminals. what else could it be?
Are you sure the battery has enough juice (13.5volts)? Is the engine locked up? Try turning the motor by hand. If the engine is not seized, take the starter off and bench test it. Recheck your negative battery cable, a very good chance your problem lies there. The same thing happened to my 1995 full size bronco today. I took the battery cables off cleaned each one, and still the same problem. I replaced the starter, solenoid, finally noticed my ground wire from my intake to the fire wall was charred. So I checked my lower battery cable connections and my ground was not connected. I replaced my firewall ground and replaced my battery ground wire and all my problems were solved. Even my dash readings were fixed, I always had crazy readings on my dash (temp, oil pressure and amp gauge) all were fixed with the installation of my new ground wires.
How do you reset the computer in a 1988 Ford Bronco?
Asked in Ford Bronco II
On distributor where is 1 on distributor for 85 BRONCO 11 2.8 V-6?
On a 1985 Ford Bronco II , 2.8 liter V6 engine : # 1 on the distributor cap faces towards the REAR ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Also , the firing order is ( 1 - 4 - 2 - 5 - 3 - 6 ) The engine cylinder locations are numbered : firewall 3 - 6 2 - 5 1 - 4 front of vehicle and , when looking from the top , the distributor rotor turns CLOCKWISE