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89 Bronco full size. 4x4 locks in and out but transmission stays in low range. What could be wrong?

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Remove te cross pins that hold the caliper and the brake pads in place, then remove the caliper bracket, there are 2 bolts at the backside, then the rotro just slides off, clean any rust on the rotor mount area while the rotor is off, then using a large clamp depress the piston in the brake caliper and reinstall in reverse order, one word of caution, use quality replacement parts, Wagner is very good, if you don't use good parts you will end up with poor brake performance.

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I just had the same issue with my 88 xlt w/351 W it wound up being the MAP sensor and the timing. I would check both of these and see if it solves your issue.

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SOURCE: 95 full size bronco transfer case 4x4 shift motor

My brother has a 94 Bronco, we had the same problem upon installation of the new transfer case motor. In our case, all we did was liberally coat all moving parts of the transfer case motor with grease.

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For Lower & Upper Ball Joint Step by Step :

For That you use a C-clamp style ball joint press to remove the ball joint from the suspension arm-note the location of the receiver cup ! For installation of the ball-joint, use the same tool when pressing the ball joint into the suspension arm-again, note the location of the receiver cup.

Step by Step :

  1. Raise and support the vehicle safely, with jackstands.
  2. Remove the spindle and the ball joint assembly from the vehicle.
  3. Remove the snapring from the ball joint. Using a ball joint removal tool, remove the ball joint from the spindle. Do not heat the ball joint or the axle to aid in removal.
  4. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure. Torque the ball joint stud nut to 85-110 ft. lbs. for 1983-89 Ranger and Bronco II.

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SOURCE: 4x4 will not engage on my 1990 Bronco. Light does

It could be the switch, a fuse, a relay, the motor that engages the transfer case (very common problem) or the transfer case itself. Disconnect the motor arm from the transfer case and see if you can move the shift rod by hand. If you can then you know the transfer case is probably OK and you can test from the motor back to the switch.

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1988 ford bronco full size 4x4 installed new fly wheel and now it will not shift out of low gear


check that you have installed the gear lever in the shift rail when you refitted the lever tower on top of the box

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89 bronco ii won't go into 4x4 or low range


ON LEVEL GROUND
With the transmission selector in "park", start the motor.
With your foot on the brake pedal (steady-constant pressure), move the transmission selector gear to neutral- then turn the 4 X 4 selector knob to 4-wheel drive high. Wait for the 4 X 4 engagement.
Once it is in 4-wheel drive high, with the transmission selector still in neutral, quickly pump the brake peddle twice, keeping you foot on the brake pedal on the second pump, turn the 4 X 4 selector knob from high range to low range. The transfer case should then change from 4-wheel drive high to low.
Electronics being what they are, you sometimes have to repeat the process. You may even have to inch forward or backward.
[I have an '01 Excursion and an '05 F250 with 4 X 4 on the fly...I miss my '97 F250 with the manual 4 X 4 shift on-the-floor!]
Anyway, check the fuse panel for any blown fuses.
Double check to make sure that the problem is not just blown 4 X 4 lights on the instrument cluster. With the nob turned to 4-wheel drive, have a second person- a spotter, check to see if the drive shaft to the transfer case is moving. If it isn't, you have to delve into the troubleshooting process.
Check the solenoids, vacuum hoses, vacuum actuator, and transmission range sensor on the transfer case. .

Nov 27, 2013 | 1989 Ford Bronco II

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How to put bronco in 4x4 low


With the engine running, put your foot on the brake and shift the transmission to neutral. Now move the transfer case shifter forward till it stops then push it down towards the floor and forward again. You should now be in low range

Nov 19, 2013 | 1994 Ford Bronco

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1992 ford full size bronco xlt push button 4x4 auto locking hubs. I do not think 4x4 is working. yellow 4x4 high will come on will not go in low.


Junk the autolocking hubs for a set of good quality manual locking hubs. Your local auto parts store should have them in stock. E-Bay is a low-cost option but all premium hubs come with a warranty regarding failures and saving a couple bucks online is not worth it to me when I can warranty them at the local parts store. Get yourself a manual (Chilton or Haynes) and they will give you complete directions. As for the low range not working I found on my '92 that I had to pull the shift actuator motor off of the transfer case and re-apply the grease to the shaft as the old grease was stiff a non-pliable. It has not failed me since and I put it into low at least once a month to ensure that it works before bad weather hits.

Dec 25, 2010 | 1991 Ford Bronco

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High range 4x4 works. light comes on. but the low range does not ingage nor does the light


dunno if this is your solution but your bronco only will go in low range if it is in nuetral. not park but nuetral only start your bronco put it in 4 high first then once it goes into 4 high make sure in nuetral then put in 4 low.

Mar 15, 2010 | 1994 Ford Bronco

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Have an 89 Bronco II automatic 4x4. Reverse


Yes......Don't change one without the other. BOTH.

Aug 15, 2009 | 1989 Ford Bronco II

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13726548 #1 cyl is front pass side and count to back 1234 are on pass side.5678 are on driver side.# 5 being front

Apr 22, 2009 | 1989 Ford Bronco

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if they are same size engine, it should be fine

Feb 20, 2009 | 1989 Ford Bronco

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