Question about 1986 Ford Bronco
Changed spark plugs an wires whats wrongs thanks
Check the distributer and timing and make sure you don't have a plugged fuel filter
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Check to see if the spark plugs are getting voltage. Check your distributor and rotor and make sure the distributor cap is not cracked, and the rotor is making contact. You can use an inductive timing light or use a spark plug connected to one of the plug wires to and ground the base of the plug using a jumper cable (do not touch the plug when cranking). When cranking you should see a spark. If you do not it could be the coil or electronic ignition. If you see sparks then you need to check the fuel pump pressure.
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