POSSIBLY A LOOSE GROUND WIRE AT LEAST THAT IS WHAT I AM LOOKING FOR ON MINE,GOOD LUCK! The most likely cause on the late 80's Bronco & Ranger for headlight problems is the failure of the Dimmer switch connection. I had to completely replace the connector & switch on my '88 Bronco II to resolve the problem.
no, they switched to ifs in 1980
Answer: Like blood pressure, normal should be 160-175PSI. 20-30PSI higher or lower indicates a possible internal problem.
yes they will interchange . you should have mo major problems switching them.
they do not all have the same value because there are several different bronze copy's of this bronco as well as size's also
yes most everything
O2 sensors are located in the manifolds & front pipes
All O2 sensors are threaded into the exhaust system at various points.
there is usually three in the exhaust one at each exhaust manifold and if your bronco happens to be early obd2 then theres one behind the catylytic converter
To fix an engine light code of 133 on a 1996 Ford Bronco with a 351 engine, the oxygen sensors need to be replaced. There are two oxygen sensors on this vehicle. One is on the driver's side and the other is on the passenger side of the exhaust or catalytic converter.
yes just make sure to align everything so it all works properly
hi, all you have to do is fit it no problem oli
If you are talking about the 86 fullsize bronco on the driver side of the intake there are two sensors bolted onto the intake the one in the back is the knock sensor good luck finding one they are discontinued if you do let me know where you found it I am looking for one
factory specs for distributor position then everything else is electronic
Had the same year bronco - similar problem. Felt like it was hitting on 6 or 7 cylinders... looked over everything, but in the end it turned out to be a small almost invisible crack in the exhaust manifold. When the manifold is cracked is will either suck or release air (depending on which manifold is cracked) and that will throw off all the info from your O2 sensors and mess up the fuel-air-fire ratio in your motor... which can them make it seem intermittently sluggish or feel like it's missing. Hope this helps.
When there is a problem in a vehicle, a diagram can help pinpoint some of the problems. A 1986 Windsor Bronco has a timing chain diagram in its maintenance manual.