Question about 1987 Ford Bronco II
Tonight, i was driving around in my B2 when i started to notice a sound coming from the engine bay, it was a ticking sound that i have never heard before... When i tried to give it gas, i had little to no power for almost 2miles than all of a sudden i had power again, and the sound was still there.
At first i thought it could possibly be my Cat's being clogged which is making it run this way, but the more i think about it the more im really unsure as to what could be wrong.
thus far , i have changed the oil/filter , plugs/wires cap/rotor, cleaned and installed a new tb gasket, Befor my oil change,also installed a new air filter . I ran seafoam trough the engine, in hope to clean out any carbon build up from it sitting or the fact of it's age.
this is my only means of transportation so if somone has any idea please give me other things to look at, a friend told me that it may be a bent or stuck push rod .... But that is the only other thing that i may look into.
Coil. It sounds to me like its starting to go. You changed everything except this. Is the sound ticking or clicking? Does it sound mechanical or electronic? Where is it coming from? What area or part? More info will warrant a better answer!
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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