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I have a ford bronco 2 it feels like i am always pulling something behind me what should i be looking for

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Check that all the brake calipers are free to move on their mounting pins (dragging brakes) Check that the rear wheels are free to spin when the hand brake is off (dragging hand brakes). IF you are in 4wd and on hard surface there will be drive line wind up torque that is loading up the gears and wheels making them hard to turn as they are fighting each other because the wheels are not free to slip and relieve the pressure.

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starters tend to get stuck when they are trying to compress a cylinder full of antifreeze. antifreeze, like water, does not compress like the fuel/air mixture when the piston comes up, so it hangs there. if the piston is hung the crank won't turn. so you may want to check your exhaust pipe for a slight anti-freeze odor as you may be pumping it out the exhaust. the thing is nearly an antique so a rebuilt engine or new head gasket may be in order.

on the other hand the starter could just be old and weak. on that engine it is not hard to get to so you could replace it with a rebuilt. but do not be surprised if the new one does the same thing.

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call pull and save at 509 921 8000 ask them to do an interchange for you give year make model engine size if auto or manual ac or not 2w drive or 4 they will answer your ???

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For the 1988 Ford Bronco II 2.9L V6:

Firing Order:
1-4-2-5-3-6

Cylinders:
......(back)......
|..3..|......|..6..|
|..2..|......|..5..|
|..1..|......|..4..|
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