Question about 1988 Ford Bronco II
The problem sounds like with everything fixed and the system going blank that you have a short somewhere. I would double check all your wires and the fuses to make sure that everything is secure. If you have a wire that is still broken and not covered by any insulation then you are going to have a grounding issue and that needs to be replaced. The two tangreen wires do go to the fuel pump, so my guess on this whole thing is that a ground has been chewed through and a few fuses are popped.
Posted on May 31, 2010
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