20 Most Recent 1994 Ford Bronco Questions & Answers

You will have to start by making sure you have a good connection on the battery. And sometimes it is not just the post and battery terminal. It can be where the cable connects to the terminal as well. Clean them all up good and see if you still have the same problem

1994 Ford Bronco | Answered on Nov 01, 2015

you can try to polish it out but if to far gone will need to repaint

1994 Ford Bronco | Answered on Aug 24, 2015

1994 ford Bronco was starting and running fine. My daughter drove it 3 miles to school that morning then a few hours later she went to start it and it would'nt start. The door chime and all the dome lights, lights on dash lite up as normal and when you turned the key to (start) position you could hear the fuel pump then it just would click and not turn over and start. Jumped the battery that didn't work. Had it towed home and tried a few more times that night to get it to start but no luck. Next afternoon went to check it out again and for the heck of it thought id try starting it. Would'nt ya know it..It STARTED right up? After checking Battery and solenoid..etc I thought it was the starter but now im not sure.

1994 Ford Bronco | Answered on May 09, 2015

I use a plastic tool to release the fuel line. I have ground it down to fit between the line and the filter. You can buy the disconnect set from any NAPA parts store in the plastic version. I'm guessing you have the metal tool

1994 Ford Bronco | Answered on Apr 11, 2015

First check to see if your timing belt or chain is still there, it could have broken. If it's still on there then see if your battery has a good charge or if its low you may need to replace the alternator.

1994 Ford Bronco | Answered on Jan 03, 2015

find top dead center on cylinder 1 then insert the distributor and point the rotor to number 1 and that will be close enough to get it to run. If it backfires you may need to pull the distributor and rotate it 180% as you may have found tdc on exaust stroke.

1994 Ford Bronco | Answered on Nov 24, 2014

How do you know its not the computer ? the computer is what provides the ground for the injectors.

1994 Ford Bronco | Answered on Nov 24, 2014

This is located under the hood, close to the battery on the fender, passinger side. Look at the Positive cable from the battery and follow it to the relay.

1994 Ford Bronco | Answered on Nov 24, 2014

I found that me electric fuel pump that's bolted to the frame is clogged that's why it did that

1994 Ford Bronco | Answered on Oct 10, 2014

Remover the center backing and manually Relese the the locks

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1994 Ford Bronco | Answered on Sep 06, 2014

Should be on the inner fender near the battery.

1994 Ford Bronco | Answered on Aug 05, 2014

replacement part has screws with it.

1994 Ford Bronco | Answered on Jul 12, 2014

Where is the whistling noise coming from? You are driving a classic, so it could be a vacuum hose, a partially blocked radiator hose, a bad window seal, an exhaust leak...we need more information to give an educated guess.

1994 Ford Bronco | Answered on May 22, 2014

Check your wires to the starter and around the manifold they short easily if they rub on any surfaces

1994 Ford Bronco | Answered on May 17, 2014

Fuse E is 15 amps, not 50 and does not have a "ground side". The fuel pump relay receives power through 20A fuse O. The fuse links are "hot all the time" because they are connected directly to the positive post of the battery.

1994 Ford Bronco | Answered on May 16, 2014

check fuel pump pressure even if your getting fuel may not be enough pressure to get going at higher rpms volume is not the same as pressure you can get a fuel pressure test kit at any auto parts store

1994 Ford Bronco | Answered on May 07, 2014

The spark problem is first because the computer uses the same signals to control injection Ford used two types of ignition systems #1 closed bowl this has the control module mounted on a heat sink next to the drivers hood hinge and 6 wires coming out of distributor or thick film where the module is mounted on distributor on both systems need to test the pick up coil with a logic probe for cycling voltage ok replace module if not ok replace pick-up coil.

1994 Ford Bronco | Answered on Apr 20, 2014

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