Question about 1993 Ford Bronco
It could be one of three problems.
1st is a low battery. have it checked.
2nd check the wire connected to the cylinoid on the starter under the truck. If that were is exposed to the elements it will rust and lose connectivity. Take a battery connector scrub brush and remove the rust. Take some battery protector gel and put on it. That will keep moisture from reforming
3rd is to put the key in the on position and use your jumper cables across the cylinoid by the battery. This bypasses the capacitor on the ignition system. If that works replace the cylinoid which runs about $8 from autozone.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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