Question about Ford Bronco
I had this problem with my 1980 Bronco. What it ended up being was corrosion in one of the connectors which caused excessive resistance in the circuit and therefore excessive heat. This melted the fuse (didn't blow it though because there was excessive heat but not current) and warped the pin that it plugged into so there was no longer proper contact. I cleaned out the connector with carb spray and evony paper and cleaned out the remnants with a blow gun. I then replaced the pin and the fuse and they work like new. The connector was located in the engine bay and there's one identical to it above the steering column in the dash. They're both rainbow-shaped. I'm not sure if any of this is the same on a 68 Bronco but it's worth a shot.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
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