1984 bronco quit 4 days after ignition system was replaced
Payed mechnic $500.00 to fix 1984 bronco he put in factory ignition system said it wass fixed I drove it for about 4 days pulled up in my carport on the forth day and it would not start up it would not even act like it wanted to start has been sitting now for about a year i dont know what happened or how to fix
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I doubt its the timing. What you describe sounds more like a lack of fuel problem. Fuel pressure, throttle position sensor, or something else. To actually check the timing you put the ignition in test mode and use a timing light on #1 cylinder.
according to the site, a <350cfm holley carb should fit right on the motor and give you no problems, this will provide some reliability and tunability as well as aftermarket support for your application compared to factory, they should be very easy carbs to find used on ebay and such
Sounds like, unfortunately, that your reverse gear went out. The only way to get it fixed is to take it to a transmission speciality repair shop to have the gear replaced. Also a very expensive job, could be as much as $1000 to $1500.
Check your fusible links. There will be one main one at the starter relay. You'll find it bolted to the fender nearest your battery (passenger side). One link controls the majority of the power in the bronco. A word of caution though... If you replace it and your new link blows again, you have a short somewhere that you'll have to track down.
1-4-2-5-3-6 Now you need to know which cylinder is which. If you stand at the front of the truck looking at the engine, the number 1 cylinder is on the left closest to you. The left bank has cylinders 1-3-5 and the right bank has 2-4-6. So number 1 is at the left front and number 6 is at the right rear.
down under the dash on the side of the steering column you will see a ingition switch they go bad,remove the two wire harness they only go back in onw way so dont worry,take the two small screws out remove the rod and take off and put the new one back.align the rod into the new switch place it on the column as if it were hooked up.turn the key at the same time you hold the switch in place and start the truck. after you get it adjusted then put it on and tighten the switch.
You will need the Duraspark ll ignition system from a late 70's Ford 2.8. I used the 78 Mustang ll to order the parts when I did my 84 Bronco ll 2.8. You will need the distributor, rotor, distributor cap and adapter, and the ignition module. You can use the TFI coil that was on the 2.8. you will also have to replace the feedback carb with a non feedback one. A Motorcraft 2150 will work. For more help TheRangerStation.com is a site dedicated to Ranger based vehicles(Ranger, Bronco ll and Explorer). They have a very extensive Tech Library. Membership to the site is free and the forums and Tech Library can be viewed without becoming a member. Look in the Tech Library under "Ignition/2.8 duraspark conversion.