Question about 1988 Ford Bronco II
1989 bronco II won't shift into 4 wheel drive, stopped or moving. I have located the reset button on a black box behind the drivers seat in the kick panel . After pushing button, a red light on the box comes on for a while then goes off. When I push the dash board button for low gear the led light flashes on and off a few times and then stays off. The led button on the 4 wheel drive button won't go off once turned on until I turn the truck off and then start the truck again.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My ATSG manual says to tighten the adjusting screw in to 10ft-lbs, then back it out exactly 2 turns. Holding the screw, tighten the lock nut to 35-45ft-lbs. The intermediate band is set the same way.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
SOURCE: 4x4 doesn't engage
that box does engage the transfercase to 4x4,there is a small electric motor on the transfercase thats probably bad,try hitting it lightly with a hammer because just like an electric window motor it has brushes in it as well,but its possible that motor is shorting out causing it to draw alot from the charging system,at least my 1993 Ford Bronco did the same thing and thats what i replaced and now it works fine.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
Get the truck up, get some cardboard on the floor, unless you have a lift. Get some jack stands under there, get your buddy to help stop this thing from smashing on the floor when you pull it out. Remove the battery cable, remove the drive shaft, get the book, remove the electrics(speedo,etc) to the tranny, remove the shift cover inside, might have to remove starter, remove bolts on bell to engine, remove cross member,(s), that should just about do it, remove clutch slave hose or cylinder, Pull, now , if the flywheel is scorched, crinkled, get it to a machine shop for turning, buy your new clutch and pressure plate, a new pinion bearing if it has one, grease it up a little,make sure you have the right clutch, see if it fits the shaft on the tranny. align the spline in the clutch plate to the pinion, by eye or with a dowel, tighten up the plate, pick up the tranny and slide it in the hole, you shouldn't have to pound, grunt or sweat, if it doesn't go in, you got something wrong, with a little tweaking, it should go right in, put the bolts back in, hook everything back up, I hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
SOURCE: fuel pump not working
I just had the same problem, today, check the tan- lt green wire on the fuel relay that is located on the right fender, mine wasn't pushed in all the way, this wire shut down spark and fuel
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
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