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that might be refrigerant gas from an ac line

Ford Bronco II... | Answered on Sep 09, 2012

Not sure of your problem but, if it is weight and you have no help, yesterday I used a floor jack to re-hang a Nissan Frontier 4x4 gas tank by myself. It worked perfectly.

Ford Bronco II... | Answered on Jul 22, 2012

Yeh, I know that feeling when you turn the key off for the last time and walk away from a beloved car...Depending on the car, sometimes it's an exhilarating feeling!
Maybe the old heap can be brought back to some manner of road-worthiness. After all, you went to the bother of a transmission replacement, so I understand your reluctance to give up now. Before you decide, and certainly before you buy any engine parts, have a compression test done. A compression test will give you good information about the engines's internal condition and whether any internal parts (like valves) are causing the bad running yau are experiencing. After you get the results, you can make a much better- informed decision about how to proceed. A good test with high or even " moderate and similar" compression in all cylinders points to a healthy engine, and warrants putting more money and effort into it. So have the test done and go from there, Good luck.

Ford Bronco II... | Answered on Jun 21, 2012

It would be a whole lot easier if you could take the time to at least mention what year your Bronco is. I Can't look up transmission codes without it. A VIN would be helpful as well.

Ford Bronco II... | Answered on Apr 21, 2012

look up a used one they will show what else they came from www.car-part.com

Ford Bronco II... | Answered on Apr 16, 2012

you can trie a last minite fix add a additive call lucas for transsmissions it does work but make sure you check you fluid on level ground engine runni9ng do not over fill very important

Ford Bronco II... | Answered on Oct 18, 2011

It's one of two things. The plug wires are not on in the correct firing order or your timing chain has jumped a tooth on the crank or cam sprocket. You need to remove the distributor cap and make sure there is not a plug wire crossed somewhere by following the firing order in the direction of rotation on the distributor. If not hook a timing light up and see what the timing is running at. If the timing chain jumped a tooth you will need to replace the timing chain. Most of the old timing gear sets had a nylon cover over the teeth and it chips off and or the chain stretches and then the chain cam jump a tooth on the gear and throw the valve timing off enough to where you have the problem you describe. If you have very high mileage probably the timing chain. Also for $250.00 bucks I would start with the garage that did the tune up and tell them there is a problem. See what they say. Hopefully they are an honest garage. Good luck.

Ford Bronco II... | Answered on Sep 18, 2011

if its in the rear it usually means either too much brake dust in the drums or a leaking wheel cylinder.if its front brakes then you have a bad flex hose or pinched brake line.hope this is what you needed please rate this answer.

Ford Bronco II... | Answered on Sep 06, 2011

Hello! The Purple/Orange wire that runs from the fuse (#8) to the Turn signal flasher before it passes through the flasher and goes to the multi function switch Is grounded; either resistively or solid...If you have a multimeter and a wee bit of experience using it set it on the X10 ohm scale...Turn key off...Pull the fuse that blows...I believe #8...Read from the fuse side that connects to the Purple/Orange wire to ground...If you read to ground; Pull the flasher out and read again...If the ground remains with the flasher out the wire is grounded somewhere along the harness...If the ground goes away when you pull the flasher then the flasher is defective (not my first choice)...The best way to repair is to run a new wire from the fuse to the flasher and cut the Purple/Orange out...

Take this a step at a time and let me know what you find...Guru.............Saailer

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Ford Bronco II... | Answered on Aug 29, 2011

yes the engine will start without the map sensor

Ford Bronco II... | Answered on Aug 26, 2011

Full size? V8? see if the sender is disconnected or leaking. if its leaking its bad. if you take that wire and ground it, it should peg the gauge. hopefully its the ender and the engine really does have oil pressure.

Ford Bronco II... | Answered on Aug 25, 2011

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