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sounds like a wornout push rod....if it ticks fast as you hit the gas ,then i beleive its the rod.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Jul 21, 2010

Change fluid and filter.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on May 31, 2010

85-91 bronco II or ranger 2.9 cid
front drive shaft 85-90
rear drive shaft 89-90

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

the ignition switch is starting to fail. u should replace this before u get stranded.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Apr 06, 2010

you must have a kink in the new filler tube. look to make sure gas can flow easily threw the filler tube

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Apr 04, 2010

Have you checked the bulbs? The power for the brake lights comes from a switch on the brake pedal arm, up above your foot. Two wires on switch, you can check with test light. Power on one of them 24/7 then power to the other wire when you press on brake pedal.
If no power to either one then that is your problem.

As far as radio, you have to check for power, maybe a bad fuse inline to radio.

Your original cause sounds like a short somewhere. Or it could be coincidence.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Mar 25, 2010

the computer will give a code if its bad
the codes related to the map sensor is PC0106,0107,0108

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Mar 14, 2010

reach under the dash on the headlight sw there is a small metal button
feel around the sw for it+ push it in this will let you pull the plunger out
of the switch unscrew the retaining ring + remove the switch
hope this helps, if you got any other ? gimme a shout good luck

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Jan 13, 2010

it's been a while since i worked on a pony II
2 locations come to mind lower side or top of steering
collum or linkage side of transmission.
I hope this helps if ya got any other ? gimme a shout
good luck

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Jan 13, 2010

The gasket must have let go you'll to remove the oil filter bracket and replace the gasket. Make sure you get all the old gasket off and clean both surfaces with brake parts cleaner or carburator cleaner, you want the parts clean and dry. If you use gasket sealer to put the new one on, use it sparingly, just a film is pleanty.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Jan 04, 2010

have major problems with the electric motor assy on side of transaxle.. need a manual for testing and replacing

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Jan 04, 2010

Try backing up straight about 50 feet and try it again.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Jan 04, 2010

Oil isnt going to keep it from getting hot. Find out where the oil is leaking from, and fix it, it may be too late.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Dec 14, 2009

these vehicles had a tendency to rust inside the fuel rails and clog the injectors you can remove the injectors and see if the tops are clogged

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Dec 10, 2009

you need a haynes manual.becauses too many words in telling you.it would take me a while to tell you.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Nov 28, 2009

IT sounds like it could be in the transfer box as that can give you the vibration if the bearings have a little bit of wear but still lets go to something for you to do now and that is get some small 2oz weights (square bits of metal ) and about 6 big hose clips 2" bigger than the tailshaft.Now get under the truck and fit 2 or more to the rear shaft with 1,, 2 oz plate side by side 1/2 way up, and the plates under the screw on the clips so its got the weight in 1 place , this will let you balance it your self and you keep undoing them 2turns and moving around the shaft 1/2" at a time and if better
add another clip and plate in the same place till you get the vibration out of it and when all 100% then mark the shaft where the plates are and then take off plates and hose clips and weigh them so you no what size weights to weld on and mark shaft on back axle and front flang so as you get it bolted in the same place all the way through so when new plates are welded on then all must be 100%.
Let me know how you get on... as its a bit of a bugger of a job but it will be worth it to get the balancing correct plus you might have to do the front shaft if you run 4x4 . Plus you might have to go down the shaft or up higher towards the box ..but keep on a good back road where you can keep stopping to move the clamps.. Ron

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Nov 02, 2009

check all grounds(-) connections,includind batt to fender,make sure there clean and tight,worst case could be a poor ground to instrament cluster

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Oct 15, 2009

You need a special fan clutch wrench to remove it. Or try an air chisel just to break it free. Once you remove the fan and shroud you should be able to gain access and remove the pulley.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Oct 09, 2009

Send me your email and I will send you the information for removing your ignition switch. Outdoorsman592003@gmail.com

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Sep 23, 2009

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