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Ford Bronco Problems

Ford Bronco problems – the most complete guide to exclusive Ford Bronco problems information on the web for do-it-yourselfers.

Ford Bronco 1987-1991 problems

Ford Bronco 1987-1991 problems

Ford Bronco 1992-1996 problems

Ford Bronco 1992-1996 problems

Ford Bronco II 1986-1990 problems

Ford Bronco II 1986-1990 problems

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Ford Bronco engine problems [Ford Bronco repair manuals, Chapter 1: Engines]
2.8L Cologne carbureted, 2.9L Cologne fuel injected, 2.3L Mitsubishi 4D55T turbodiesel I4, 4.9L Straight-6 fuel injected OHV, 5.0L Windsor 302 fuel injected, 5.8L Windsor 351W
engine hard to start when cold; engine hard to start when hot; engine rotates but will not start; engine starts but stops immediately; miscellaneous engine noises, etc.

Ford Bronco engine electrical system problems [Ford Bronco repair manuals, Chapter 1: Engines]
battery will not hold a charge; ignition light fails to come on when key is turned on; ignition light fails to go out, etc.

Ford Bronco cooling system problems [Ford Bronco repair manuals, Chapter 2: Cooling, heating and air conditioning systems]
abnormal coolant loss; external coolant leakage; internal coolant leakage; poor coolant circulation; overheating, etc.

Ford Bronco fuel system problems [Ford Bronco repair manuals, Chapter 3: Fuel and exhaust systems]
excessive fuel consumption; fuel leakage and/or fuel odor, etc.

Ford Bronco manual transmission problems [Ford Bronco repair manuals, Chapter 4: Transmissions]
4-speed TK4, 5-speed TK5, 5-speed M5OD-R1, 5-speed FM145, 5-speed FM146, 5-speed M5OD-R2
difficulty in engaging gears; noisy in all gears; noisy in neutral with engine running; noisy in one particular gear, etc.

Ford Bronco automatic transmission problems [Ford Bronco repair manuals, Chapter 4: Transmissions]
3-speed C5, 3-speed C6, 4-speed AOD, 4-speed E4OD, 4-speed A4LD
fluid leakage; general shift mechanism problems; transmission will not downshift with the accelerator pedal pressed to the floor, etc.

Ford Bronco transfer case problems [Ford Bronco repair manuals, Chapter 5: Transfer case]
transfer case is difficult to shift into the desired range; transfer case noisy in all gears, etc.

Ford Bronco clutch problems [Ford Bronco repair manuals, Chapter 6: Clutch and driveaxles]
clutch pedal stays on floor when disengaged; grabbing as clutch is engaged; fails to release; clutch slips, etc.

Ford Bronco driveshaft problems [Ford Bronco repair manuals, Chapter 6: Clutch and driveaxles]
metallic grinding sound consistent with vehicle speed; oil leak at front of driveshaft; vibration, etc.

Ford Bronco axles problems [Ford Bronco repair manuals, Chapter 6: Clutch and driveaxles]
noise; oil leakage; vibration, etc.

Ford Bronco brakes problems [Ford Bronco repair manuals, Chapter 7: Brakes]
brake pedal feels spongy when depressed; noise; vehicle pulls to one side during braking, etc.

Ford Bronco suspension and steering systems problems [Ford Bronco repair manuals, Chapter 8: Suspension and steering systems]
excessive play in steering; excessively stiff steering; wandering or general instability, etc.

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