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If you checked for power to the positive side of the coil with the key on, and there was none, and all the fuses check out good, suspect the ignition switch.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Feb 24, 2013

Try a tune up plugs plug wires Distrubitor cap and rotor if applicable

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Feb 17, 2013

I had a geo metro that sat a long time and the gas turned to varnish. You will need to drop the tank, clean out the gunk, put in a new fuel pump and and filter and flush the fuel lines out to the injectors.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Jan 23, 2013

it could be knocking judging by the little explosions you described

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Nov 23, 2012

Could be some lectrical problem or some sensor go to bad; check harnesses connections.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Nov 21, 2012

have the egr valve checked

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Jul 23, 2012

it sounds like you have a problem with either timing or your crank sensor.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Apr 06, 2011

need to remove tank and clean rust and junk out of it its sucking up on the sock in the tank and blocking fuel flow

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Feb 15, 2011

pretty safe with 10amp fuse.fuse block should be marked.owners manual will say.if not go with 10 amp

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Feb 14, 2011

It sounds like you may have a brake caliper sticking (if the issue is really coming from the front). Does it pull in one direction? One way to check is to jack the front end up and try to spin each tire by hand. They should turn relatively freely. Another possibility, and more likely from your description, is that the rear emergency / parking brake may be frozen. Drum brakes, by nature, do a better job of holding the vehicle from rolling forward. If your emergency / parking brake is engaged, either frozen or inadvertently left on, I would expect the symptoms you describe- moving in reverse, but not forward. You can check this the same way- jack up the rear end of the vehicle, put it in neutral, and try spinning the rear tires by hand.

Assuming your vehicle is a 4x4, a less likely scenario is that something's gone awry in the transfer case, front differential, axles, hubs.

Good luck.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Feb 03, 2011

Rebuilding automatic transmissions properly requires a lot of time, skill, training and experience to get it right. A beginner will have little success in making a lasting repair. I have known of experienced professionals fail to fix them properly. An exchange transmission would be the best option, although more expensive, as you should get a warranty and will be out of action for only a short time.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Nov 27, 2010

Do not know where you are located, but every shop should be able to scan and have obd and obd2 connection capabilities.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Nov 05, 2010

More likely, it is a rusted brake tubing.
You will need to get the tubing,fuel or brake line, at the auto parts store, and hone up on your fabricating skills,to make the repair necessary.
There is no parts to look up. You have to buy the raw tubing, and duplicate what is rusted away

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Sep 22, 2010

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1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Aug 01, 2010

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