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Follow battery cable (red) to solenoid on fender, then follow the wires down to starter. unhook battery cable and unhook wires to starter. will require jacking the truck up. slide the starter out from the flywheel once the bolts are removed. then slide new one in and hook everything up in reverse order.
Posted on Jan 30, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's on the driver side just behind the door. You need a special tool to pull the lines off of the existing filter. It seems to be a cheap simple tool. it slips over the line then you push toward the filter, it will click then you can pull the line off. Just pull the lines then replace with the new filter. The truck will start funny at first because it will be deprived of gas for a moment but then it should be fine.
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
Most likely triggered the inertia switch which cuts off power to the fuel pump. Normally with a bronco II or Ranger it should be located at the passenger side around the firewall area in the passenger compartment.
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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