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FIRST DISCONECT BATERY REMUVE THE RADIATOR REMUVE ALL WIRINGS FROM THE ENGINE ELECTRICAL ACCESORIES P-S PUMP ALTERNADOR.A-C COMPRESSOR DISCONECT EXAUST PIPES FRON THE ENGINE STARTER ENGINE MOUNTS BOLTE AND ELL THE BEL HAUSING BOLTS
the problem was changing that fluid! rarely happen, but it will happen when people change transmission fluid on older car then the car messed up. when you change the fluid you washed all the friction material on the clutch surface by putting in new fluid.
well if it is a 1984 tranny it is a toyo koygo tk4 or tk5, which if mounted in the 84 bronco the transmission sets at a tilt, which means that the transmission crossmember bolts into the frame at a angle.. the mazda tranny was used in 88-90 the transmission crossmember sets straight across and bolts on to the frame on each side with one bolt.. with some major fabricating it is possible but to simply change out nope wont fit..
If you can pull the gas line off of the pump, ask someone to turn engine over to see if gas spurts out. If it does your OK. Then pull air breather to see if gas is being pumped to the carb. If it's not it might be a blocked fuel filter.
you may have a gold coloured filter that screws into your carb. Unscrew it and check to see if you can blow through it. It may be clogged. Also you can check for fuel at carb by loosening the fuel line going into the carb. Crank engine after loose. Should have gas coming from it.
you have either a weak oil pump or a faulty sensor check the leads on the oil sending unit and make sure they are not frayed. if they are not take it off and have it bench tested if it passes replace oil pump...please rate this
Sounds like the thermostat is working properly, the only other cause for the valve/lifter noise could be the oil pump is not pumping enough oil up to the top of the motor. I suggest doing an oil change(if you haven'y aleready), be sure to flush several quarts through, after sitting for 5 years I'm sure the old oil is pretty sludgy, this well help rule out this possibilty. As far as the water pump goes, It either works or doesn't typically when they are on there way out the will leak from the gaskets. A bad head gasket would cause white smoke form the exhaust as coolant get's into the oil and is burned off, so I don;t hink this is the problem.
Here's a start for you, hope this helps and good luck