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I have a Ford Bronco II 1988 what engine can I swap

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One of the easier swaps if your looking to upgrade to eight cylinder is a Ford Explorer 4.0 liter.

broncoii-ranger.com

This link has tons of info on B2s.

Posted on Sep 23, 2010

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SOURCE: Lost keys for a ford bronco II how can I get them replaced

take the vin along with the paper of the truck to show it you and the year to a ford dealer or mercury dealer and they should be able to help you and the other way is to call a locksmith but going to the dealership yourself will be cheaper.

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fuel pump relay is stuck in the "on" position. Replace the relay. It will be located under the hood in the engine bay amongst the fuses. You could probably feel for the "hot" one or just start pullin them out one by one and reinstalling them and see which one kills the pump motor.

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SOURCE: 1988 Bronco II: I have an 1988 ford bronco 2 with the 2.9 v6. I ne...

It is an analog sensor.

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1988 ford bronco ll engine cuts off while driving. I could not get it started until the next day


Hello, why type of fuel do you use? You could have water in your fuel??. If you are living where the weather is very hot and your having to buy fuel with alcohol 10% or more don't buy this type of fuel. Your 1988 Ford Bronco II is carburetored, and the alcohol will start boiling causing vapor locking this Ford Bronco II. One reason is that early model used an open fuel system and none injectors. With the alcohol additive will low the boiling point of the fuel causing it to boil away; therefore, carburetor can't operate on fuel vapors it has to be liquid. GB...stewbison

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Firing order diagram for 88Ford Bronco II V6 2.9


For the 1988 Ford Bronco II 2.9L V6:

Firing Order:
1-4-2-5-3-6

Cylinders:
......(back)......
|..3..|......|..6..|
|..2..|......|..5..|
|..1..|......|..4..|
......(front)

Distributor:
....1.....4..(+)-screw
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6......o.....2
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(+)3.....5

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The fuel pump will not shut off after i turn the engine off on a 1988 ford bronco II


fuel pump relay is stuck in the "on" position. Replace the relay. It will be located under the hood in the engine bay amongst the fuses. You could probably feel for the "hot" one or just start pullin them out one by one and reinstalling them and see which one kills the pump motor.

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1988 Bronco 2 stalling out.


have te ignition module and stator been replaced? that is the common cause of this, and yes the engine being out of time can cause this stall out, when you time the engine remember you must remove the timing shorting bar at the distributor connector to the TFI ignition module or the timing will be severely retarded

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