Question about 1984 Ford Bronco
It sound like you have a bad starter. When it is hot, it is drawing more amps than the battery can supply. You may also need to test the positive cable to the starter from the battery. To do this, you need a multimeter. Check the voltage between the positive and negative cable at the battery and note your readings. Then measure the voltage at the starter between where the cable connects and the case of the starter. Compare the two reading. If you have more than .5 volts difference, then the positive cable has too much resistance and needs replacing. Check for corrosion and make sure the cable is tight as well. I am betting on a starter though.
Good luck. Hope this helps!
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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