Question about 1984 Ford Bronco
My 1984 ford bronco starts up fine and idles fine butwhen dropped into gear it stalls what could this be
Many things can cause this. the most common problem would be that the timing is slightly off. (fixed sometimes by adjusting the distributor) it could also be a bad fuel pump (or clogged fuel filter) this would allow enough fuel to run the engine in park but not enough to run the engine under stress. clogged air filter could also cause this (not allowing enough air into the cylinders). I would change the air filter and fuel filter. then crank the vehicle and slowly turn the distributor (finding the best idle position) then see what happens. lastly replace the fuel pump.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: stalls when put into gear
Its possible it could be other things causing the problem, but seeing as you've checked most of the likely causes, it is most likely your Torque-Converter. The lockup clutch in your Stator-Fan located inside the Torque-Converter could be siezed, causing the car to stall.
Posted on May 16, 2008
first try so SPT gas teatment may sure you have a half tank of gas and then put in a little more of gas if this help change the fuel filter also check the vaccum lines and make sure they are all on and in and good conditon and also checkout the intake manifold for leaks
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
try checking the thermostat control senser. it caused my bronco to start for a second and then die. after a while it would finally start and run for a while then die driving down the road. i changed the thermostat control senser and it fixed all problems of dieing
Posted on May 10, 2009
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.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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