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Location of timing chain in 1987 ford bronco 11

Thankyou, now that i know of a possible solution could you please tell me where i would locate the timing chain, appreciate all the help,support.

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  • runge770 Sep 27, 2009

    i was asking where i could located the timing chain.

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If you check the carburettor by opening he cap' it ususally display the timing
I am not familiar with the car but \i think you mean this otherwise you mean the chain - belt
yu will need the usual old tools or ascrewdriver with the light to indicate when the right timing is on
this can be done by turnibg the carb also manually
careful as not to lose timing alltogether and not neibg able to start vehicle

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