Question about 1984 Ford Bronco II
I marked the manifold and the distributor. I don't think I'd be off by much. Maybe there 's a vacum hose or something else I may have missed putting things back together?
Re: I replaced head gaskets...
If it starts and quits and the weather is cold, it could be the automatic choke hanging up. Unplug and plug your choke wire connector and tap on the choke.
Posted on Oct 17, 2015
Don't have anything to add to what your said
Seems you know what your doing
Recheck your work
If it won't idle, then maybe you have a vacuum leak
& that effects venturi vacuum & you don't get enough
fuel drawn in
Posted on Mar 10, 2013
Yours Maybe Missing But Ford Puts A Sticker On The Front Crossmember At The Radiator Somewhere Close To The Hood Latch It Shaws The Belt Routing For Your Vehicle's Engine Hope This Help's
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
Well if he caused a short in the electrical system it could be the eec relay it is located on the passenger side under the hood on the fenderwell. Some are marked with what they do there can be 3-4 relays on it, the relays look like a small box with a connector at the bottom, and quite a few wires coming out. the one for the eec relay should be in the middle it was on my fathers 88 bronco 2. the fuel pump relay is the same thing, there cheap to buy and can find them at the parts store they are known for failure, just replace it..
Posted on Feb 16, 2011
First you always test things & never replace anything
When you understand how things work & how to test
them,then they have to fail a test in order to need replacing
I would think Fuel Pump--if it quite while driving
Put a gauge on the motor if you have a shrader
valve to do so
Seldom do you need to replace a dist
The parts inside can be diagnosed & replaced
if you can source them
Things like plugs,wires & such you leave until you
know if you have fuel pressure,spark & so on.
Once a vehicle gets to 20 years of age you start
checking for wire corrosion such as around fusible links
Never forget the battery & it's cables & the internal
corrosion possible there
Worn ignition switch a possible
You say won't start,so I assume the engine
does turn over?
Posted on Oct 01, 2012
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