Question about 1988 Ford Bronco
My check engine light came on awhile back so i took it in and had a diognostic test done. i had three problems with my truck. egr valve was bad, cracked manafold and the thermacter was bad. i fixed the manafold and the egr valve, but nobody can tell me what a thermacter is. where is the thermacter located and how do i fix it? all these problems are on a 1988 ford bronco xlt, 4x4,5.0lt 302, fuel injected and its automatic.
Part of the air filter system that uses hot air from the exhaust manifold to warm up inlet air during cold weather operations. It is actuated by a vacuum hose connected to the intake manifold by a check valve that goes to a small actuator valve in the intake snorkle of the air filter container. Make sure the vacuum check valve is in series.
Posted on May 23, 2008
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