Last post on Jul 05, 2009 at 8:53 PM
You are in the Ford Bronco
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Mar 26, 2010 (2:06 pm)
computer says system pass but will not crank...tries just want crank. newly rebuilt motor replaced plug plug wires coil pack distributer, replace throttle body also new battery.new rotor button. getting fuel checked. timing in check. please someone give my husband and son ideas before i put a stick of dynomite in this truck..lol
#250 of 350 Re: bronco 93 [outlawnora]
Mar 26, 2010 (6:56 pm)
Check the solenoid....
Check to see if while cranking it is getting spark...
If it has a module, that might be bad....I just replaced
the module on my dodge and it starts now.
#251 of 350 Re: 93 Bronco--Ignition Problem [afindly]
Apr 20, 2010 (3:37 pm)
I have owned my 89' Bronco XLt for 10 years and it has stopped running on many occasions and at the most inconveniece times. After checking everything, everytime it stopped I replaced the ignition module( attached to stem of Distributor, and installed one from Napa, I have replaced the module form Autozone and other discount places and found that the jello in the back and the tube of mayonnaise given in the box can not handle the heat from the distributor. So the heat will cause the module to short out and when the module is cooled, it will start again... :
#252 of 350 Re: 93 Bronco--Ignition Problem [bigdogdaddy1]
Apr 20, 2010 (11:42 pm)
93 Bronco Problems.....
Lat year I attened the bronco meet or Ford car show at Knotts Berry Farm... Funny you should be talking about the problem you are having!!
I ran into a guy there that had the same prob.
He made a heat shield for the problem and has never had it happen again.. 1. take a soup can.. 2. cut in half
3. cut a round hole in it the will fit around and below the Modual. tighten it up and Viola--- heat shiel installed and should have no more problems... Funny what a soup can can do.
#253 of 350 Re: Ford Bronco Problems [93ebfbronco]
Apr 24, 2010 (10:21 pm)
The shaking you are refering to is in the fron, where in the front, and does it do this at all speeds, or at different times. It has been a directive of mine that all problems must be taken to at least three shops. If 2 of the shops say the same thing, then you have narrowed it to the problem. But the shaking can also be from having the tires be out of balance, thats why it is important to understand where and when for the vibration.
#254 of 350 Re: 93 Bronco--Ignition Problem [jeversoll]
Apr 25, 2010 (11:40 pm)
I read your response and Intrigued, now let us adjust this, how do we cut the can, like a half empty can, or top to bottom like a sideways barbecue(55 gal drum laying sideways). then you say to cut a whole in it, is the hole for what reason, and then do you wrap it around the distributor where the module would be place as to have the module not touch the distributor. please advis me,,,Thanks
#255 of 350 Re: Front End 93 eddie bauer 5.8 [devinque]
Apr 25, 2010 (11:49 pm)
Apparently from you diagnosis the tires are spread farther out at the bottom farther than the top. This has to do with the alignment. It seems the camber adjustme is out of alignment. So ge the alignment..
#256 of 350 Re: Broken bolt on water pump [deacon2]
Apr 26, 2010 (12:01 am)
It appera that the bolt had some thread lock installed last tim the the watrer pump was replaced. You are going to have to take it to a reputable shop and have them take it out. they have a master tapa nd die set that can extricate the bolt the correct way and install the water pump the correct way. With Bronco's always the correct way. the vehicles need out heart as we are akward individuals that know what great vehicles are about.
#257 of 350 Re: P.O.S 2 things [jutmac]
Apr 29, 2010 (11:04 pm)
I had a proroblem with my 89 Bronco and I just bought a module that is attached to the distributor and tried to start. No luck and found out that the module was bad. So I bought a module form Napa and it worked. Ford had a recall on the module, so it is up to us to solve the problem.
#258 of 350 Re: Back window motor shot, bad in down position [droplever1]
Apr 30, 2010 (12:01 am)
Well, insted of getting a newer tail gate
I elected to go to a shop that does rewireing!!!!
$40.00 bucks and the problem was gone!!!
I thought " Why get my B P up over something like this"
Just take it to someone that knows what they are doing!!!!