Question about 1987 Ford Bronco II
Well for the overheating, I've tackled this problem a couple times already with moderate results. I flushed the radiator, replaced the thermostat, so far no luck on solid results. Now I got a crack on the top hose connection on the radiator and temporarily fixed with plasic epoxy. but I'd like a better, permanent, not so sad way of fixing that.
Now for the stalling issue. I have a bunch of possibilities as to why this is happening, and a lot of them I don't like. To start off, there's an issue with starting the beast, I have to give it a fair amount of gas to simply get started, and then somethime/most of the time, I'll lose RPMs and stall the car for a good min 3 minutes. Anyone with possible ideas as to what's going on there, I'll be happy to eplain anything in detail, including "Does it do this?" questions, whatever it takes.
Mine used to stall at lights and things, I pulled the Idle air control unit out and took it apart sprayed carb cleaner ($3.00) on it, put it back together and it stopped stalling and RPM malfunctions. Try that.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
I would guess that you most likely have a head gaskit that went bad.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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