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My 1989 ford bronco will not start by the key you can jumper the selanoid an it will start

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The ignition switch is bad,if the neutral safety switch is o k.

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I have an 89 ford bronco and it wont turn over


Fords require 10 + volts to activate the solenoid.
A faulty solenoid, weak battery, or bad connections can cause the solenoid to click. Especially a battery with a dead cell that looks like it is charged.
If the solenoid is clicking the neutral safety switch is ok. If you are only hearing relays click, take a test light and check the 16 gauge wire on the solenoid for voltage with the key in start position.
Also jumper that post with the battery post on the solenoid to crank the engine.

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Fuel pressure specs on a 1989 ford bronco 4.9


Hello danielle_b_2: My name is Roger and I will answer your question for you. The fuel pressure should be. Key On Engine Off is 50-60 psi. Key on Engine Running is 45-60psi. Please rate the quality of the answer you received. This is how we know your answer helped. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger

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