20 Most Recent 1990 Ford Bronco Questions & Answers


Check your main wire connector plug. Left side behind wheel well

1990 Ford Bronco | Answered on Oct 02, 2018


Check into clogged cat converter.
Also Overheating.

1990 Ford Bronco | Answered on Jan 29, 2018


check for a stuck brake caliper

1990 Ford Bronco | Answered on Jan 26, 2018


Is this a standard shift if so sounds like the clutch safety these are known to were out bushings and not work

1990 Ford Bronco | Answered on Oct 28, 2017


It sounds like the disconnect of the battery has caused the anti-theft system to kick in. Anti-theft overrides the key. There is a chip in the key fob and a chip in the ignition lock, if they are paired and both present, the Engine Control Module releases power to the starter and the ignition circuits. When you connected your battery, I am guessing the key and fob was in your pocket.

Disconnect the battery for at least 2 hours. Hold the negative and positive battery leads together for 5 minutes to fully dissipate any residual power. Very important bit, PUT THE KEY IN THE IGNITION, but not turned on. Reconnect the battery. Wait 15 minutes for the system to self check and reset. Start the vehicle.

1990 Ford Bronco | Answered on Apr 30, 2017


Replace the TPS (throttle position sensor) and see if that helps. They do get old and go bad. don-ohio

1990 Ford Bronco | Answered on Mar 05, 2017


Not a good idea to do this. If you cut threw a fuel line while cutting the floor, You will catch the vehicle on fire. This would be very difficult to put out, because the fire would be between the floor and gas tank.

1990 Ford Bronco | Answered on Apr 15, 2016


Run a new wire from the relay to the pump. DO NOT splice into a wire. Make sure the relay has power first and is working.

1990 Ford Bronco | Answered on Dec 05, 2015


Look at the model of your Kenwood, google it and select wiring diagram. Or go on the Kenwood main site. Or go to google images with your make/model and see what comes up.
You don't say what model so we can't help.

1990 Ford Bronco | Answered on Nov 06, 2015


Go to website auto touch up.com they list the years...and show the color codes...Hope this helps.

1990 Ford Bronco | Answered on Nov 02, 2015


Remove and replace or send to upholstery shop.

1990 Ford Bronco | Answered on Oct 11, 2015


Hi,I would check the alternater again,if it shows a higher voltige when reved up then yes its ok,it should go up to some where approx 13v to 14volts,if its ok then the battery should charge.
best of luck.

1990 Ford Bronco | Answered on May 02, 2015


all you have to do is disconnect the front hub locks
to remove the axles is a big job for no gain. even removing the front drive shaft gained nothing as all the action is in the front drive hubs
without them engaged is the same as removing the front axles

1990 Ford Bronco | Answered on Feb 14, 2015


Turn the Switch on dash to the left and unlock the hubs on the front wheels. when you look at the hubs you should see lock and unlock. if you do not see that turn the nub on the hub to the front should unlock your hubs you will need to do this on both sides
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1990 Ford Bronco | Answered on Feb 10, 2015

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