Question about 1988 Ford Bronco II
Check the inertia switch which is located on the passenger side under the carpet pull it out from the top toward the firewall and you will see it, if it is poped just push it to reset. if not it run jumper from battery to fuel pump to see if it works, if it still dont work then check the fuel pump relay located on the inside of the engine compartment it is mounted on the firewall and looks like a small box with a plug coming out of the bottom there are 3-4 that look the same. my fathers is the first one closest to the front of the vehicle, you can find these at a parts store they are known for going bad..
Posted on Feb 17, 2011
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