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89 / v6 / bronco 2

My problem with bronco is that dies on me while driving. i notice when my foot is of the gas pedal and stoping or coasting that is the time it hapends.
change fuel filter and still. need help,, tx

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  • Anonymous Sep 16, 2008

    I have a 1990 Ford Bronco II.

    My wipers are not working and my lights in my dash that illuminate all my gages is out,is this just a fuse I can replace or what?

    Also truck has no pick-up when I accellerate is this a fuel pump prob.,recently had both heads repaired cus they were blown.

    I love this truck /bought for $900.00 on Craigslist and so far have sunk $2000.00 into it.I also have no owners manual where would you suggest I go to find one.

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Check fuel pump and fuel system pressure.

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Avery odd solution (but it actually happened to me) is check the main ground wire from the battery and make sure it is attached. Mine came off and was usually touching enough to work but stopping and right hand turns would make it swing away and the truck would stall.

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Try cleaning the pcv valve then check the fuel pump and see how much pressure you have. them check the o2 senser.

Posted on May 25, 2008

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With your foot on the brake pedal (steady-constant pressure), move the transmission selector gear to neutral- then turn the 4 X 4 selector knob to 4-wheel drive high. Wait for the 4 X 4 engagement.
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