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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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  • Thomas Neubauer
    Thomas Neubauer May 11, 2010

    What were the parts he changed?

  • Joey Sartain
    Joey Sartain May 11, 2010

    Electrcal parts generally will fail in the first 90 days if they are going to fail due to faulty elctrical parts. You should have contacted mechanic immediately to get himto warraty the parts. Now I am afraid it is too late after sitting for a year. Have you checked ignition system for spark at spark plugs. also, can you verify if their is any fuel pressure in the fuel rail. also may want to pull a plug and see if it is wet with fuel as 84 bronco was bad to flood the engine due to faulty fuel regulator valve.

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Fuel pump i had the same problem good luck

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