Question about 1986 Ford Bronco II
Check your starter solenoid(turn the key to run position then use a jumper wire to connect both large terminals, if starts replace) if no difference, then have your ignition module tested, if its good, then check the ignition switch make sure its operating properly. Also make sure all grounds are in place and attached.
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