20 Most Recent 1996 Ford Bronco Questions & Answers


Sounds like you lost the ground to the rear lights.

1996 Ford Bronco | Answered on Oct 02, 2018


Jack up the vehicle, support it properly (not to fall), grab the wheel on top and bottom and check for play on both sides. Most likely bad ball joint but could be loose wheel bearing also. Do both sides on whatever part is defective as the otherside will not be far behind as having the same thing happen.

1996 Ford Bronco | Answered on Oct 02, 2018


this could be one of two problems one ur alternator may not be charging it or has a low charge to it ot two with youre battery being that old its probalbly sulfated by now which means even if youre alnernator is working properly youre battery wont hold the charge try replacing the battery first tho

1996 Ford Bronco | Answered on Jan 14, 2018


Is this a 4.9L engine? An inline 6? My database doesn't show a 4.9L in that model year. It does show that engine in 95.
Did you visually check for spark at number 4 cylinder?
For 95-- 4.9L--fuel pressure--50--60 psi. Use a gage and check proper fuel pressure. Also, see if fuel pressure will hold for a bit with everything off.
Fuel--spark--compression. Some ford makes and models, ford can disable the fuel injector, if misfire is detected. I only mention this because, swapping injectors may not be conclusive? You can check for fuel injector pulse, anyway.
How long since over-all tune-up? You did get a new fuel filter, if inline filter, correct?

1996 Ford Bronco | Answered on Jul 28, 2017


Is there lots of juice in the battery? Does it turn over well?

1996 Ford Bronco | Answered on Feb 27, 2016


You need to check all of you front steering components have someone turn the steering wheel back and forth. While you lay on the ground check all joints and components for play then check your steering shaft under the hood see how far steering wheel moves to each directions to when your tires start to move your gearbox has an adjustment on it that can be adjusted it looks like a screw with a nut at the bottom loosen nut a few turns and hold it with a wrench then take screwdriver and turn screw about 1/4 keep checking wheel for play you can tighten to much so keep checking that wheel turns back when you let go if you have any loose joints undernieth replace that part

1996 Ford Bronco | Answered on Jan 17, 2016


System too lean can be low fuel pressure, fuel filter dirty, fuel pump weak or dirty pump sock/filter, dirty/restricted fuel injectors, MAF contaminated, exhaust leaks near O2 sensor, EGR gasket or diaphragm leaking . The P0500 speed sensor code could be a wiring/connector issue or the sensor itself. Check and clean the connections first.

1996 Ford Bronco | Answered on Dec 10, 2015


Auto or stick shift? If auto, when did you last replace trans filter and fluid?

1996 Ford Bronco | Answered on Jun 18, 2015


first thing pressure wash all the mud off the fuel filter area and I would try to change the fuel filter first before you go through all the tank cleaning and flushing and use some techron fuel additive to clean your injection system drop the tank remove the pump and replace the screen on the pump take the fuel tank to the radiator shop and have them hot tank it and clean it. use the special tools to release the spring and slide the fuel lines off. Remove the fuel filter then pump non flammable solvent through the line from the tank to the filter then disconnect the fuel lines at the engine and fuel canister. then flush those lines (you can buy a hand siphon pump at autozone) blow the lines out with air. install the tank replace the fuel filter hook up the engine compartment fuel lines you dont have to remove the line

1996 Ford Bronco | Answered on May 08, 2015


need more details.... dont know from question what truck was doing to make you unplug this wire so start from the begining and tell all details that led up to problem then what have you done to trouble shoot and what did you find etc...

1996 Ford Bronco | Answered on Feb 12, 2015


Check the alternator to see if it charges the battery. Likely you are draining your battery completely after every turn over. If there is no charge then your alternator or cabling is at fault.

1996 Ford Bronco | Answered on Feb 09, 2015


Is the 96 Bronco rear window a power window ?

1996 Ford Bronco | Answered on Dec 07, 2014


givit a tune--new distributer cap--new plugs and cables--------also have air intake cleaned plus idle control--use a nonchlorinatd solvent sold a napa etc

1996 Ford Bronco | Answered on Jul 22, 2014

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