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I have a 89 bronco 351 5.8 belt snapped and radiator resovoir blew, i put on a new radiator and belt now truck wont fire it's turning over just not firing .

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If anything water enter into the distributor and is effecting the spark, open the distributor cap dry it out

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I have a 89 bronco 351v8 I have fuel and spark I have put a new batt. And a new control mod on it but it still won't start ???? Can some one help me out


Do you have fuel or water?
The other thing the 351 was known for is the timing chain jumping.
Make sure #1 cylinder is up when it is suppose to be.

Oct 27, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Why is my 89 ford bronco running so rich


I saw what you replaced, didn't see any testing? Any applicable trouble codes?
Did you use a gage and check proper fuel pressure? My info on that engine size, said 35--45 psi. If the fuel pressure is too high, check the return line. As far as the fuel pressure regulator, do you have vacuum?

Jun 17, 2017 | 1989 Ford Bronco

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I need the fireing order for my ford bronco its got a 351 its a 95 i need a the gap for the spark plugs *** well


The firing order on the 351 that came in the 1995 Bronco is: 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8
The spark plug gap should be on the emissions sticker under your hood, usually on the radiator support. It may also be on the underside of the hood.
If you cannot find the sticker, try a .044 gap, if that doesn't work go a little higher to a .052.

Jul 30, 2011 | 1995 Ford Bronco

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Ford 351 windsor engine diagram


ford-351-windsor-engine-diagram-p05qnqdskqjeezv3eiltmave-1-0.jpg Here's a mechanical blow-up of an 80's 351w engine.



ford-351-windsor-engine-diagram-p05qnqdskqjeezv3eiltmave-1-2.jpg and the firing order layout.
hope this helps...

Jun 23, 2010 | 1991 Ford Bronco

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1989 Bronco: 89 ford bronco i put a new starter new battery new...


Check the battery cables for corrosion near the battery terminal end. Sometimes it builds up under the rubber insulation. I would check the ground wire that runs from the battery to the engine block.

May 16, 2010 | 1989 Ford Bronco

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Weak spark + 1988 ford bronco


check the voltage of the b+ terminal of the ignition coil (primary side) with a cheap multimeter while cranking. low voltage to the primary will cause low voltage on the secondary. also recheck all ground paths from the ignition module. ensure good connection from coil to module. note: new parts are not "known good parts" until it runs.--> IG.MOD.

Dec 17, 2008 | 1994 Ford Bronco

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