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I tend to agree with Scotty89. Having limited to no mechanical experience could coat you a lot more money than having a trained mechanic do the work. They will usually stand behind their work.

1987 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Apr 30, 2017


Should be under the dash near the glove box, or behind the passenger kick panel.

1987 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Apr 18, 2016


The turn signals and brake lights use the same circuit and filament in the bulbs. The tail lights are on the other circuit which comes from the headlight switch.
Do you have power on the tail light fuse ?

1987 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Apr 06, 2016


check the immobiliser first as the battery in the fob key may be low.Next run the fault codes as it may be cam/crank position sensor problem

1987 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Oct 17, 2015


You will need to pull the distributor out and remove the small round pin at the bottom of the drive gear and pull the center shaft out.

1987 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Oct 12, 2015


It is on top of the bell housing,it looks just like a brake bleeder ,you bleed it in the same way as brakes.jar and long hose,push the clutch peddle down with hose in jar,hold peddle down,open the bleeder valve,you will hear bubbles in fluid,close valve.repeat it 3 times,peddle will get stiff if hydraulics are good.

1987 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Jul 19, 2015


located on the transmission were the clutch line fasten to. you should see the bleeder valve.

1987 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Jul 17, 2015


Return it where you got it fixed. Threaten to sue them OR fix it properly. This is entirely the fault of the mechanic who fixed it.

1987 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Feb 18, 2015


Although you have the 3 components to make it go ,you will also need the correct firing order. It is possible that the ignition timing is 180 degrees out . Right now you will have spark but at the wrong time on the wrong piston.

1987 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Nov 14, 2014


You would first need to find out if you are loosing spark or fuel when it stops running. That will tell you which area to troubleshoot.

1987 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Sep 05, 2014


FIRST DISCONECT BATERY REMUVE THE RADIATOR REMUVE ALL WIRINGS FROM THE ENGINE ELECTRICAL ACCESORIES P-S PUMP ALTERNADOR.A-C COMPRESSOR DISCONECT EXAUST PIPES FRON THE ENGINE STARTER ENGINE MOUNTS BOLTE AND ELL THE BEL HAUSING BOLTS

1987 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Sep 02, 2014


Disconnect battery for 5min.

1987 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Sep 01, 2014


You'll need three things to get this done: An independent distributor that doesn't require a vehicle computer, and intake manifold with a bolt pattern that'll work with a carburetor, and a carburetor. Oh, and a low-pressure fuel pump (the high-pressure one in the tank has to GO). You'll have to figure out the gauge cluster or replace all the gauges that rely on the computer.

The swap itself is shockingly easy, once you have those three parts. It's all bolt-together, and suddenly your vehicle just got a LOT simpler and more intuitive to work on. The intake might be a little hard to find, unless that block was available in earlier years with a carburetor (in which case it's a shoo-in)... but even if you can't find an earlier intake, it may not be too hard to make an adapter plate that'd fit the carb.

You'll need to deal with connecting the low-pressure fuel pump to that tank. One approach is to take the high-pressure pump out of the tank, rip its guts out, and use it as a big pickup tube for the external low-pressure pump.

Me, I love carbureted vehicles. I'd rather have carbureted than injected ANY day.

1987 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Aug 01, 2014

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