20 Most Recent 1990 Ford Bronco II Questions & Answers

It's on the intake manifold next to the thermostat it will be the closest to the housing you can always disconnect the plug and run jumper wires from + & - and look at the temperature gauge to see needle movement or the light will be on steady

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Jan 04, 2018

If you don't have shop equipment to pull the air out by vacuum or a pressure type to push it out. My back yard technique that works is to hook a hose that fits your brake caliper bleeder in the front and hook it to the slave cylinder at the clutch. Leaving the bleeder open on the slave cylinder, have someone step on the brakes, then slowly open the bleeder on the caliper. It will push the air up and out into the clutch master reservoir. Just make sure that caliper fluid is clean and that you don't let brake master run dry. And make sure hose fits bleeders tite. Has always worked for me. Good luck.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Jun 09, 2015

Try spraying carb cleaner into the throttle plate an see if it starts ! if it does the fuel system has a problem ! How to test an electric fuel pump

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Mar 24, 2015

Hi Tom:
If you're lucky, a linkage has become disengaged. Trace from the gearshift to the transmission.
What happens to the gearshift lever when you try to shift?
If it won't move and the linkage is not disconnected, try to manually move the shift levers where they enter the trans.
Also if you have a custom shifter it is possible that a pin has slipped.
Have fun chasing this one.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Mar 20, 2015

It takes a special tool. It is Ford's way of getting more people into their dealer service departments which is where they really make the money [Ford learned this trick form General Motors in the 1950's but hasn't even come close to the number of special tools needed by GM or most German cars]
See the enclosed links for some pictures, you can measure the size yoou need and pick one up at your local auto parts store.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Feb 10, 2015

there is a 4X4 controller--top of right side dash--will have to be checked at that point.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Dec 12, 2014

I think they are fitted with a sealant.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Oct 16, 2014

Check the fuel pressure regulator or vacuum lines that go to it.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Jul 29, 2014

Probably TFI Module.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Jul 29, 2014

Make certain the rotor button is in proper position and has good contact.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Jul 29, 2014

When Ford Went to fuel injection on the 2.9 L V-6 they manufactured them with two fuel pumps.Pump number one is located in the fuel tank on a hanger complete with fuel gauge sending unit.This pump is used for volume.Fuel pump two is located on the drivers side almost directly under the drivers floor pan area nestled inside the frame.This pump is used for high pressure that is required for fuel injection.Your problem may lie in the pressure pump.Also the 2.9 L has a vacuum controlled pressure regulator that is located on the right hanf topside of the engine towards the backof the intake plenum on the fuel rail.It has two screws mounting it and is round with one single preformed vaccum line going to it.These have a filter screen that can become cloggedand be pushed into the regulator restricting fuel flow or the diaphragm just wears out.Check these three things out and ill bet you be running in no time.The bronco II`s also have two fuel filters one mounted on the drivers side mid vehicle nestle within the frame check it also.Well I hope this helps.

Good Luck...........

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Jan 23, 2014

even if a fuse looks good it still can be damaged put a new fuse in. check it is the right type and amp. if it keeps blowing check the cig lighter socket.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Dec 19, 2013

Remove brackets, skid plates, bleed the lines first obviously and unhook your battery too so you dont create an accidental spark,

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Dec 19, 2013

90 Ford Bronco II: You have to put it in whichever gear you want it in before you start it or it wont shift at all. Then once you are going its extremely hard to shift into the other gears. Reverse is the only gear that sounds like its grinding.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Aug 16, 2013

I too have questions about it...
but this is for you....
not me...so , what may your questions be?

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Apr 19, 2013

Most likely the signal light switch on your steering column.

1990 Ford Bronco... | Answered on Mar 27, 2013

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