Question about 1990 Ford Bronco
Hi! Theres a lot of things that may cause this problem. A faulty transmission solenoid, faulty PCM (powertrain control module) or just a simple vacuum leak. If its the solenoid, you will have to replace it. If its the PCM you will need to have it resetted. If its a vacuum leak, its gonna be just some worn vacuum hose problem or there could be a hose detached somewhere so I suggest you have a closer look. Hope this helps and have a good one!
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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