Can anyone suggest a source for seats to replace the worn out
originals that I have in my 1994 Bronco. Love my Bronco, but
must have seats to continue enjoying the ride.
Will other truck seats fit? F150? Any ideas or suggestions welcomed.
Seats out of a similar year F150 will work. Or find a reputable automotive upholstery shop and have new covers made. You can go to a website called Full Size Broncos. Its a free forum and it can answer a lot of your questions about your Bronco
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Have a four wheel alignement done on the vehicle. Without visually inspecting the front end I could list many items that would cause this. If the tires are in good shape thats a big plus. If the tires are old or worn on innners or outers and alignment will tell you whats wrong and why its incorrect. If tire are worn naturally replace them before going for an alignment.
Also prior to getting the vehicle aligned fill the tank up with gas. This way the alignment is done with somewhat odf a full load.
Loose steering is caused by worn parts. You need to check for slop in the tie rod ends first, as they are a common wear item, and the rest of the steering linkage next. You can watch under the front of your bronco, as someone else slowly moves the steering wheel. if you see movement in a connecting joint before the tire moves, then that is a suspect. Also check out your front tires too. look for abnormal wear, to indicate a problem.
Hope you tighten things up!
Sometimes the manufacturer will use the same harness for different engines. This sometimes leaves unused connectors. The ABS light is in reference to your Antilock Braking System. The system should be checked for codes so you know what item to fix or replace. You can check the 2 front wheels for broken wires and either the end of the transmission (or transfercase) or the end of the differential. This is the location of the 3 wheel speed sensors.