20 Most Recent 1993 Ford Bronco Questions & Answers


If you have the panel off just lift it by hand

1993 Ford Bronco | Answered on Feb 02, 2018


The LED lamps are not directly interchangeable with incandescent.

1993 Ford Bronco | Answered on Jun 17, 2017


Take it back to where you had brakes repaired and have them fix it correctly.

1993 Ford Bronco | Answered on Jun 10, 2017


Hello David Rowland,

Thanks for this question.

Back in the old days... Wow... This is upsetting...
(that was the extent of PLASTIC on the RUBICON)

There was a time when I knew these things... I helped a couple of buddies start a SUCESSFULL 4-wheel drive SHOP... but by the time Rubicon was becoming popular... I automatically knew
these things (the name) DANA SPICER was eluding me
but it is starting to come back. I did these things (4 wheel mechanic) because people that were dear to me liked it...
I enjoyed putting them together.

I have only been off rode a couple of times (in non-military equipment) and it was NEVER with fore thought... but always life & *****... Breaking'em...NOT MY cup of TEA.
(enough about this old guy).

ONE OF THE right people... on fixya is Juriy Hawrylak

I don't actually think anything is sticking out... I think the end cap from your HUB-LOCK is missing... and I thin if you are resourceful you can find the right manufacturer... and buy the part.

Just for visual assurances I'm going to put an eBay hub on the bottom of this article

Right fixya volunteer = Juriy Hawrylak

DANA 44 GM 10 BOLT WARN PREMIUM 4X4 LOCKING HUB 19 SPLINE FORD JEEP DODGE...

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Right tool
Snap On 1 2 Drive 4 Wheel Axle Lock Retaining Hub Nut Socket S8695C Dana...

More on eBay (also look @ AMAZON)
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1993 Ford Bronco | Answered on Nov 26, 2016


Remove the screws on the bottom of the steering column cowl and then remove the upper and lower cowls. Then remove the two screws hold the multifunction switch (signal light switch) and then unplug the two connectors on the switch.

1993 Ford Bronco | Answered on May 02, 2016


Transmission problems are nortorious on the Broncos one state change to the E 40 d transmission. I myself converted mine to an old style c6 transmission in my 93 Eddie Bauer and I have never been happier.

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1993 Ford Bronco | Answered on Nov 21, 2014


Tedious work. go on YouTube and there are several videos on how to do this step by step.

1993 Ford Bronco | Answered on Nov 21, 2014


This leads me to believe that you have a grounding problem. Turning on the lights should not shut your vehicle down. No matter how large the load.

1993 Ford Bronco | Answered on Nov 21, 2014


unfortunately this is a very common problem with the Broncos. I love my Bronco but I could do without some of the common problems. Revving up and down could be caused by a PCM module. If you look on any Bronco forum on the internet you will see very many people speaking about these common problems. When the Bronco is running in top shape you can't beat one. But when they start to have problems you will wish you never owned one. Lol.

1993 Ford Bronco | Answered on Nov 21, 2014


Broncos are known for bad fuel pumps in the tank. Hopefully you do not have a full tank of fuel and will be able to drop the tank fairly easily. Please use a jack when lowering the tank as someone could get hurt. I myself cut a door in the floor of the cargo area to access the fuel pump without having to drop the tank you will see once dropping the tanks how this could definitely come in handy in your near future.

1993 Ford Bronco | Answered on Nov 21, 2014


The first thing you want to do is disconnect the battery cables. the starter is going to be on the passenger side where the transmission mates to the engine. You will remove two bolts that hold the starter in. I would definitely have the starter tested or tested myself which is very common and very simple to do. Prior to replacing with a new or rebuilt model

1993 Ford Bronco | Answered on Nov 21, 2014


Probably trans output speed sensor or related wiring. Assuming it's an automatic? Observing these values unfortunately requires a pretty pricey scan tool or an oscilloscope if you go old school. If you can find a 'scope it'll be a square wave pattern.

1993 Ford Bronco | Answered on May 10, 2014


https://owner.ford.com/servlet/ContentServer?pagename=Owner/Page/OwnerGuidePage

BEFORE GOING ANY URL, MAKE SURE YOUR GADGET HAS LATEST ANTIVIRUS OR SECURITY SYSTEM!

1993 Ford Bronco | Answered on Apr 28, 2014


Does it have spark? Does it have fuel pressure?

1993 Ford Bronco | Answered on Apr 08, 2014

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