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Hi~there is a wire cord that is attached to the hood that looks like the ground wire, where does it get attached to? The 2 tan/green wires run side by side, what ,if they got crossed while reconnecting obd?

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  • bumurr Jun 05, 2010

    hi I.m back with a 95 trouble code. Still working on getting wires all straight after squirrel attack. Could you please give me what the key checks would be for this. Thank You Denise

  • bumurr Jun 05, 2010

    My Bronco 2 1988 2.9L 5 speed shift on the fly

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  • What year Bronco II do you have?
  • Is it stock or modified?
  • what trans do you have?
  • what aftermarket items are installed?

the only wire that should be running to the hood should be for the hood switch...that should be light green and yellow wire

if that gets shorted to ground the most likely result will be a blown fuse #8 15A

then you probably won't get the glove box light, map lights and/or door ajar switches


If you could post a few pictures of what you see that would be GREAT
schematic is too bib to post here but this is what I'm looking at.....

Hi~there is a wire cord - f68746f.gif

Posted on Jun 01, 2010

  • bumurr Jun 01, 2010

    Hi Reisdos~realizing that I have posted in a different location than before, so to get you updated my 1988 Bronco 2, 5-speed ,2.9l,4x4 shift on the fly, got attacked by a nesting squirrel over the weekend. I posted my problem earlier today. Did quite a bit of damage to the wiring under the hood. Chewed OBD completely off, got part of eec-iv wires, some wires on on the driver side of engine, built nest with alot of insulation from underneath hood. So I've repaired wires but Ive got a short somewhere. The moment you turn ignition the whole system shorts out so I unhook the battery to reset computer. .It reads "95" for a trouble code. Right now engine needs de-greasing before I can make sure I have all the wires repaired. The wire cord I mentioned earlier is a silver woven cord maybe 5mm wide x 6in. long and is attached to the back corner of the hood , above OBD tester. The end has been chewed so I don't know what other end looked like. Thought it could be a ground wire but don't know for sure. The real kicker to the problem is that Ive just replaced the transfer case motor because the shift-on-the-fly went out and it was\ is still stuck in 4-LO . I havent got that problem fixed yet and along comes that damn squirrel !! It went NUTS then BOLTS. There has to be a little humor within this mess. Thanks for taking the time to help. I will get engine de-greased tomorrow and get back with you~Thanks BUMURRRRRRR

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