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I have a 1986 bronco 2 that will stop running while driving. Mechanic says I need a new computer... Where is the computer located?

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On the pasanger side under the glove box behind the plstic cover on the side of the floor bord rite n front of the door

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Take a look in the pass side right inside kick panel

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2.9L bronco 2 will not idle without missing and backfiring was running good done all at once


It sounds like your timing belt jumped a tooth. You'll have to realign your camshaft to crankshaft and change your timing belt. Also, did you recently fill up?

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You blew a diode in your alternator when you hooked up the battery backwards. You need to get your alternator repaired. The parts are not expensive.

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1986 Ford Bronco looking for the computer where is it located


it is under the dash on the lower right side of the steering wheel . It is easy to get to . should only need a #2 phillips and maybe a 1/4"socket or smaller.
Disconnect the neg. battery terminal and let sit for 30 minutes before you remove the computer

Jan 15, 2011 | 1986 Ford Bronco

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1986 Bronco II: How do i change the headlights on my '86 Bronco 2?...


there are two screws in the healights. Undo them from the front with a philips head screwdriver. Pull off the wiring harness from the back of the bulb under the hood and remove your light. Take it to your local auto parts store, (unless you already have your new lights!) and they'll get the right ones for you. Repeat the procedure in reverse.

May 16, 2010 | 1986 Ford Bronco II

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1986 fORD BRONCO, WASN'T CHARGING CHANGED THE


1. get the battery tested to rule out a collapsed cell.

2. If the battery is ok, check the wiring harness that runs from the passengers front corner, to the drivers front corner, for a break in the wires. A common spot to find one would be near the passengers side.

Sep 13, 2009 | 1986 Ford Bronco

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the valve on the injector bar that has a vac pipe running to it ,change it ,the diaphragm has gone and its leaking petrol

May 17, 2009 | 1986 Ford Bronco

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1986 FOR BRONCO II v-6 ENGINE 4 WHEEL DRIVE AUTOMATIC 2.9 LITER


LOCATE EGR VALVE,, BELOW HOUSING, THIER ARE OPENINGS GENTLY, USING FINGER, INSERT IN OPENING, PUSHUP ON DIAGHRAM, WHEN YOU RELEASE FINGER IT SHOULD RESEAT AND SEAL,LISTEN TO ENGINE OPERATERTION FOR VARIATION TO IDLE, YOU HAVE JUST CHECKED TO MAKE SURE DIAGHRAM IS NOT BAD, NEXT CHECK VACMN TO VALVE,AND CONDITION OF HOSE.

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1988 Ford Bronco II 2.9 V6 5 sp. trans. Air power steering


Interesting problem... I myself own an 88 Ford Bronco II 4wd 2.9L V6. I have issues with my idle reving up to 1500 to 2000 rpms at stop. I have not yet resolved the issue, however, I do believe that sometimes electronic components are to blame...such as the brain or "Mother Board" of the vehicle. I replaced the "Brain" on two previously owned vehicles with instant results. I would suggest the local junkyard for a try...only as a last result. The "Brain" is located on the passenger side along the Interior wheel well. If you look along the front passenger side wheel well inside, beneath the plastic, vinyl, etc....you will find a metal enclosure that is comparable to a computers cd drive or hard drive........Approx. 4" x 6" give or take. The Board will have a wide slot plastic attachment plugged into it...very similar to an IDE slot on a computer.
This is the Brain......for your Bronco II.
Buying a used Brrain is a Gamble ...
You could get a bad brain!!!

BUT...You could get an instant repair!!
Who's to decide?
I had an 1986 BMW 325I
Suddenly One Day....
It started Reving up and down erratically....I was at a loss.

Luckily, I had a friend who was a BMW mechanic, and informed me that there was a relay in my glovebox that controlled my idle. I took a chance and tried replacing the relay with one I purchased at the junkyard...although they wanted $50 for it...I was willing.....and the new /USED idle conrol relay turned out to be an affordable fix. Thankfully

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