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Posted 12 January 2011 - 03:44 AM

Hello all, I have more electrical issues in my bronco...
Hand brake light lights all the time, I disconnected that switch and tried with jumper wire to ground it => light still on!
Is it grouded type switch or something else?
Second (if we do not count all those other, speed sensor, electrical shift motor etc. related little things...) problem is that parking lights stopped working => fuses are ok, and bulbs are too. Do you have any ideas where the switch for these back up lights is located?
It does not help at all that I live in Europe => so we do not have any spare parts available here, everything must ordered from USA and many retailers would not send here :(

Edited by -mikko-, 12 January 2011 - 03:46 AM.

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Posted 12 January 2011 - 06:11 AM

Yo MIKKO!

You have an 88? Correct?

btw, enter your Bronco's info in signature for better replies in future...engine/tranny/Xfer case/locking hub types and any major mods (lifts, over-sized tires, SAS,etc.)

Brake, Turn, Hazard Lights Inoperative, Similar to 80-91 Bronco & F-Series;"...have a friend stand behind your truck and when you are pressing the brake pedal move the turn signal arm ever so slightly, if the brake like comes on, your switch is shorted out and must be replaced
Source: by Ford via miesk5 at Ford Bronco Zone Forums

Brake, Turn, Trailer, Running & Hazard Light Wiring Diagram in an 86 Source: by Seabronc (Rosie, Fred W) at Ford Bronco Zone Forums
Brake Light SW is labelled Stop Lamp...
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Back-UP lights;
assuming you have an AOD in there?

AOD Neutral Safety Switch Location in an 86; "...The AOD has the neutral safety switch mounted above the valve body on the driver's side of the transmission..."

I don't have the 88 Wiring Diagram, so;

Neutral Safety Switch Wiring Color Codes in an 89;
MIESK5 NOTE; I added the ckt info here based on XRIS's 1986 Diagram; link is http://www.supermoto...y/media/648662;

Red with Blue stripe - from IGN SW thru NSS to Starter Relay;
See Page 2, it shows Red/Lt Blu from Ignition Switch to NSS

Black with Pink stripe - Could be PNK/BLK from NSS to BACK-UP LIGHTS

Purple with Orange stripe - PPL/ORN, based on Xris diagram is from Fuse 5 to BACK-UP SWITCH (NSS)

[on page 2 of XRIS's Diagram):
Red/Lt Blu from Ignition Switch to NSS

Red/Lt Blue from NSS to Starter Relay

Gray/Yel from NSS to EEC PIN # 30 READ RYAN'S INFO - DO NOT hook up the EFI to the Neutral Safety Switch That is for the start circuit, between the ignition switch and starter relay. If you put 12 volts on pin 30 you risk frying some circuits on the computer! You can view wire diagrams for EFI here http://fordfuelinjection.com/?p=6
Gry = Gray




"...This might be of help. The main job of the neutral drive switch (also known as neutral safety) is to keep you from starting your engine with your automatic transmission in a gear other that park or neutral, and has nothing to do with the computer. As a second job, this NDS circuit is used by the computer (connected to pin 30) so that EEC IV can increase engine idle speed slightly when not in neutral or park - this allows the engine to run smoother at these times. I'm not sure why it is used at all for a manual transmission. Anyway, it will pump out a KOEO code 67 if pin 30 is not connected to the NDS circuit. On '88 to '91 V8 EEC wiring, all you need to do is tee the computer pin 30 wire into the NDS circuit which goes from the transmission to the ignition switch, and no more code 67. That's what I did on mine, and the code went away. I was never able to start it other than in park or neutral even though I had pin 30 connected wrong at first..."
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Posted 13 January 2011 - 02:27 AM

I added some information in to my profile...
Car is -88 but tranny is C6

...my mistake, what I was trying to mean is that handbrake light in dash is on all the time, brakelights in rear of the car is working just right :)
Second issue: those white lights on rear won´t light on when transmission is in R position, what are those lights called? :blush: I know, stupid question, but english is not my "native language" :rolleyes:

And more => today when I was going to work, I have to connect 4x4 on and still I was stuck ( here is snow just so much ), so I tried to connect 4L and after that everything gone wild :(( It did not connected that 4 Low at all, light is blinking! But new thing is that there is now more that click underside dash when I try to disconnect 4x4 or Low area, both swiches are dead :blink: And while I was cruising in town, when I lift my foot of the gaspedal (engine idling, and tranny in D) car tries to connect that slow 4x4 on, even if there was speed about 30 mph and transmission was not in N postition!!! And it did that few times, I have to leave car in to my working place so that I would not brake anything in that transfer case (if it is not allready broken...)!

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Posted 13 January 2011 - 09:33 AM

The lights in the back you are asking about are called Backup lights. A diagram of the circuit is attached. Do you have a volt meter? If you do, then turn the key to run and place the transmission in ® reverse. At the lamp socket check for 12 volts, (run a jumper lead all the way to the battery (-) rather than depending on the body metal for your ground). If you have 12V at the center contact in the light socket, you have a bad ground. If you do not have 12 volts at the center contact of the light socket, go back to the Pink with black stripe wire at the transmission switch. If no 12 volts there check the other side of the switch (purple with orange stripe). I think you get the idea. When you get 12V the problem is between that point and the lamp socket. It could be either a corroded contact in a connector, a broken wire or the switch. I did not include the fuse because it also provides power for the turn signals.

The emergency brake light is controlled by a switch mounted on the handle under the dash.

The problem with 4x4 sounds like it may be a problem with the transfer case motor.

Good luck,

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Posted 13 January 2011 - 09:56 AM

yo MIKKO

ok
no problem; you write better than a Lot of folks whose native language is English!

Brake Light in Instrument Panel;
Check
parking brake is not fully released
brake fluid level in Master Cylinder; could be low due to pad wear or leak;
etc.
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re; those white lights on rear won´t light on when transmission is in R position, what are those lights called?
Those are the Back-Up lights (also called Reverse Lights...); the circuit that turns on the reverse lights is controlled by the Neutral Safety Switch (NSS).
Check basics... pull bilbs and sk.. uses jumpers at battery to tect each bulb; inspect sockets for corrosion; place test light or better, a digital meter at sockers and test for 12v DC at sockets when inreverse w/engine on.. BE CAREFUL!..etc,
Then ckeck voltage at NSS
Some switches have 6 pins... if your's has the 6 pin conn...
In an 89 C6, Mike wrote;
"My harness has 6 wires going to the NSS. The wire colors I have are:
Orange (solid)
Black ( solid )
White/Pink
Black/Pink
Red/Blue
Purple/Orange

Purple/Orange and Black/Pink are for the reverse lights.


If you need more info/confirmation on the NSS Part Number
- go thru this too;
Ford Motorcraft® (fordinstallersupport.com) - Electrical Switch Parts Catalog, Bronco/Ford truck & all Fords w/Ford Part Numbers & Illustrations @ http://www.fordinsta...alogs/sp251.pdfit's a 51MB pdfon page 35 of that MC Catalog;
NEUTRAL SAFETY SWITCH
1996-95 SW-5063
1993-81 AT SW-1391
1991-90 C6 SW-2205
1989-87 Gas 4WD C6 With MANUAL Transfer Case Shift SW-2136
F5TZ-7A247-A SW-5978
4WD C6 with Electric Transfer Case Shift SW-2120
1987 4WD AT SW-2039
1986-83 C5, C6 SW-1828
1980-78 SW-1489
1977-73 SW-1615

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I have some NSS adjustment info LINKs in my site under
Transmission
Automatic
C6
Neutral Safety Switch

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4x4
From what you described, I Assume you have the ELECTRIC SHIFT BW 1356 Transfer Case?
Read this
TSB 92-01-08 Touch-Drive ESOF Operation
LIGHT TRUCK: 1990 and prior BRONCO II
1992 and prior AEROSTAR, BRONCO, F-150, F-250, F-350, RANGER
1991-92 EXPLORER
"TOUCH DRIVE" - NEW ELECTRONIC CONTROL MODULE FOR 1991
A new electronic control module has been installed on the 1991 model Ford trucks with "Touch Drive," built after 8/6/90. The new module features a different computer logic to control shifting.

With the previous module, it was possible for the driver to select 4L directly from 2WD. However, the control module actually shifted the vehicle into 4H first, then checked to see if the vehicle was stopped and that the automatic transmission was in neutral (or the manual transmission clutch was disengaged). If these conditions were not met, the actual shift wouldn't take place. Instead, everything would be made ready for the moment when the shift could be completed. This was called pre-staging.

During pre-staging, the Low Range light flashed. This confused some customers. In addition, pre-staging and the flashing light sent confusing signals to the new E4OD transmission's electronic controller.

The new module solves both these problems. With the new logic, if the driver selects 4L when in 2WD, nothing will happen, because the transfer case controller ignores the 4L signal. The driver must make the shift to 4H first, then (while stopped) shift to 4L.

read more here;
Four Wheel Drive (4X4) General Information, Operation & Troubleshooting TSB 92-1-8 for Bronco, F Series & Ranger (COMPLETE); Includes Electric Shift On The Fly (ESOF) Troubleshooting & Hub Operation Source: by Ford via Chilton

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Posted 17 January 2011 - 11:44 PM

Thank you, again :)
I´ll just have to wait about week and then I can get my bronco in to my garage and check these few things...
I´ll let you know as soon as I find something out!
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Posted 30 January 2011 - 04:48 AM

Today I was able to get car in garage and this back up light problem was solved, that switch (NSS) is little bit jammed with dirt, it hardly moves, even those small plastic "dents" inside that moving ring were ripped off, there is now wonder why it wont move and light those lights :rolleyes:
I ordered from Rockauto.com some parts (they sell to Finland), but that NSS switch is with 4-pin connector and in car there is connector with 8-pin (six wires used), I´ll have to contact them and try to replace this part.
Is there some kind of modell year specific changes in these NSS switches? I ordered these parts to my 1988 bronco.

I replaced transfer case motor with new one and all shifting problems was gone! Also replaced that handbrake switch and light in dash works just fine!
Finally driving with my bronco makes me smile again, thak you all :D/

Edited by -mikko-, 30 January 2011 - 05:06 AM.

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Posted 30 January 2011 - 05:38 AM

yo

Great DIY Work MiKKo!
UPDATE; I kept receiving Error Messages since the programming here won't allow the Ford MC Images to appear. So the
Links to each image is below each switch PN.


There has been numerous folks looking for the correct NSS for their tranny/years

Try here

http://www.fordparts.com

This is Ford official Motorcraft Parts site;
Select Model and then go thru the drill

Select:
Electrical, Lighting and Body
then, Switches

go to page 2

Neutral Safety Switch 7A247
(SW-1391)
74DT-7A247-GD $84.24
http://www.fordparts...0&dh=0&type=JPG Dimensions: 3.00 IN x 1.25 IN x 1.63 IN

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Neutral Safety Switch 7A247
(SW-2136)
4WD - GAS; w/o Shift $114.56 This is prob for the Manual Shift BW 1356 Transfer Case
http://www.fordparts...247BDimensions: 5.75 IN x 3.00 IN x 4.50 IN


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Neutral Safety Switch (SW-5978)
F5TZ-7A247-A $101.36 OR Select a dealer for their prices and availability
http://www.fordparts...dh=150&type=JPG


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If you need more info/confirmation- go thru this too;
Ford Motorcraft® (fordinstallersupport.com) - Electrical Switch Parts Catalog, Bronco/Ford truck & all Fords w/Ford Part Numbers & Illustrations @ http://www.fordinsta...alogs/sp251.pdf
it's a 51MB pdf
on page 35 of that MC Catalog;
NEUTRAL SAFETY SWITCH
1996-95 .................................................. .............................. SW-5063
1993-81 AT .................................................. ......................... SW-1391
1991-90 C6 .................................................. ........................ SW-2205
1989-87 Gas 4WD C6 w/o Shift ............................................. SW-2136
F5TZ-7A247-A .................................................. ........ SW-5978
4WD C6 w/Electric Shift ........................................... SW-2120

1987 4WD AT .................................................. ................. SW-2039
1986-83 C5, C6 .................................................. .................. SW-1828
1980-78 .................................................. .............................. SW-1489
1977-73 .................................................. .............................. SW-1615


We have to mount up & roll now...bbl


btw, This happens a lot because of the Ford catalogging issues and lack of info by the aftermarket in it's catalogs on-line.

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Posted 02 March 2011 - 04:14 AM

yo

Great DIY Work MiKKo!
UPDATE; I kept receiving Error Messages since the programming here won't allow the Ford MC Images to appear. So the
Links to each image is below each switch PN.


There has been numerous folks looking for the correct NSS for their tranny/years

Try here

http://www.fordparts.com

This is Ford official Motorcraft Parts site;
Select Model and then go thru the drill

Select:
Electrical, Lighting and Body
then, Switches

go to page 2

Neutral Safety Switch 7A247
(SW-1391)
74DT-7A247-GD $84.24
http://www.fordparts...0&dh=0&type=JPG Dimensions: 3.00 IN x 1.25 IN x 1.63 IN

===============

Neutral Safety Switch 7A247
(SW-2136)
4WD - GAS; w/o Shift $114.56 This is prob for the Manual Shift BW 1356 Transfer Case
http://www.fordparts...247BDimensions: 5.75 IN x 3.00 IN x 4.50 IN


---------

Neutral Safety Switch (SW-5978)
F5TZ-7A247-A $101.36 OR Select a dealer for their prices and availability
http://www.fordparts...dh=150&type=JPG


============
If you need more info/confirmation- go thru this too;
Ford Motorcraft® (fordinstallersupport.com) - Electrical Switch Parts Catalog, Bronco/Ford truck & all Fords w/Ford Part Numbers & Illustrations @ http://www.fordinsta...alogs/sp251.pdf
it's a 51MB pdf
on page 35 of that MC Catalog;
NEUTRAL SAFETY SWITCH
1996-95 .................................................. .............................. SW-5063
1993-81 AT .................................................. ......................... SW-1391
1991-90 C6 .................................................. ........................ SW-2205
1989-87 Gas 4WD C6 w/o Shift ............................................. SW-2136
F5TZ-7A247-A .................................................. ........ SW-5978
4WD C6 w/Electric Shift ........................................... SW-2120

1987 4WD AT .................................................. ................. SW-2039
1986-83 C5, C6 .................................................. .................. SW-1828
1980-78 .................................................. .............................. SW-1489
1977-73 .................................................. .............................. SW-1615


We have to mount up & roll now...bbl


btw, This happens a lot because of the Ford catalogging issues and lack of info by the aftermarket in it's catalogs on-line.



That fordparts.com catalog tells that there is back up lamp switch awailable which is not NSS!?
link to that switch

Here is few pictures of my NSS cables uder the car...

Do you have any other ideas where I can buy correct NSS?

Do you have any wiring information for about those colors (and is there place for this fordparts back up light switch in every C6 tranny), or os this switch for manual tranny?
There is 6-wires in car and these aftermarket NSS has only 4-wires (+ connector is much smaller like inch vs. 1/2 inch), or do you have information what those 2 extra wires supposed to do?

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Edited by -mikko-, 02 March 2011 - 04:23 AM.

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Posted 03 March 2011 - 06:24 AM

yo, The NSS contains the back-up lamp circuit.
I don't know why Ford and others have it listed seperately?

I just found out that Ford used the electric Push Button Wiring in Broncos for about mid-year 87 for both the push button and manually shifted transfer cases. So the Push Button NSS is used in the manually shifted cases, but only 4 pins out of the 6 are used; the other 2 pins are used in the Push Button tranfer case for Electric Shift Control Module and not used in the manually shifted cases

Try this from Rockauto

4WD C6 w/Electric Shift with push button tranfer case shifter & 6 PINSSTANDARD MOTOR PRODUCTS Part # NS92 {#E7TZ7A247A}
w/ Electric Shift; w/ 3 Speed A.T.
see image at http://info.rockauto...P/NS92_FULL.jpg

Now from SMP, for same SMP PN, it shows;
http://www.standardb...og/Content.aspx
see pic @ http://info.rockauto...P/NS92_FULL.jpg
BTW, I have the rockauto image up because SMP won't let me copy from their site.
Connector Gender Female
Number of Electrical Connectors 1
Number of Terminals 6
Number of Wires 6
Terminal Gender Male
Terminal Type Pins

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This is by Chilton
Image @ http://content.chilt...es/84927126.gif
1.Disconnect the negative battery cable.

2.Raise and safely support the vehicle on jackstands.

3.Remove the downshift linkage rod return spring at the low-reverse servo cover.

4.Coat the outer lever attaching nut with penetrating oil. Remove the nut and lever.

5.Remove the 2 switch attaching bolts, disconnect the wiring at the connectors and remove the switch.

6.Installation is the reverse of removal. Adjust the switch and tighten the bolts to 55-75 inch lbs. (6.2-8.5 Nm).

7.Remove the jackstands and lower the vehicle.

8.Connect the negative battery cable.
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http://content.chilt...es/88286w23.pdf
Red with Blue stripe - from IGN SW thru NSS to Starter Relay Coil

I'll try and fins more wiring info & diagrams..but am down w/the bad flu

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Posted 03 March 2011 - 06:31 AM

yo, The Zone would't allo certain images to appear here so I lost this one of the connector end showing 6 PINS STANDARD MOTOR PRODUCTS Part # NS92
http://info.rockauto...157-1&width=450

I have the rockauto image up because SMP won't let me copy from their site.

So cotact RockAuto and get it verified.

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Posted 04 March 2011 - 04:35 AM

yo, Here is the 1356 Electric Shift Wiring Diagram in an 87; "...looks same as the 4x4 by Ford diagram (for 92-96) exc for the; power from Fuse 6 (15 amp) to "ElECT SHIFT CONTROL MOD" WHT-PPL and CB 12 (30amp) to "ELECT SHIFT CONTROL MOD" BLK-WHT; SEE A7 and A8 in the 4x4 diagram,,, it shows those two wires BLK-WHT as BK/W from SHIFT MODULE to P1 BATTY and and WHT-PPL as W/P to P2
Source: by miesk5 at broncolinks.com
Note thE Red'WHT from A/T NEUTRAL SAFEFTY SW @ RIGHT SIDE OF DIAGRAM

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Posted 04 March 2011 - 05:38 AM

Thank you again miesk5 :)
It seems that correct NSS to my car is what "everybody" (BroncoGraveyard, RockAutoParts etc) sells to 1990 => model bronco.
Or atleast connector is similar...
My car is defitinely 1988 (vincode).

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Posted 07 March 2011 - 12:25 AM

Well... Ford has discontinued to fabficate this part :(
I contact Rock Auto parts and they mentioned that they can not have this part OR similar anymore :((
Do you have any ideas where I can find this NSS (SW 2120) and if you do know where to buy, will they also sell outside USA?
I have tried to search ebay, google etc and no match :blink:

PLEASE, I NEED HELP [-o<
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Posted 07 March 2011 - 03:47 AM

yo Mikko
GO TO MY LAST REPLY HERE FOR THE MOTORCRAFT SW 2120 SOURCES
SMP NS92 from auto value, etc is reported by other Bronco Ownevrs to be same as the SW 2120 (see my prev reply) and your Bronco's NSS, CORRECT?
and the CONNECTOR is the SAME, CORRECT?
GO TO MY LAST REPLY HERE FOR THE MOTORCRAFT SW 2120 SOURCES
http://www.standardb...og/Content.aspx
see pic @ http://info.rockauto...P/NS92_FULL.jpg
BTW, I have the rockauto image up because SMP won't let me copy from their site.
Connector Gender Female
Number of Electrical Connectors 1
Number of Terminals 6
Number of Wires 6
Terminal Gender Male
Terminal Type Pins

And a Google for: SW 2120
http://www.streetper...77316-ns92.html

Standard Motor Products Inc NS92
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1988 Ford Bronco Custom Sport Utility 2-Door 4.9L 300Cu. In. l6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated View
1988 Ford Bronco Custom Sport Utility 2-Door 5.0L 302Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated View
1988 Ford Bronco Custom Sport Utility 2-Door 5.8L 351Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated View
1988 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Sport Utility 2-Door 4.9L 300Cu. In. l6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated View
1988 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Sport Utility 2-Door 5.0L 302Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated View
1988 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Sport Utility 2-Door 5.8L 351Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated View
1988 Ford Bronco XLT Sport Utility 2-Door 4.9L 300Cu. In. l6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated View
1988 Ford Bronco XLT Sport Utility 2-Door 5.0L 302Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated View
1988 Ford Bronco XLT Sport Utility 2-Door 5.8L 351Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated View

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Transfer Case

Edited by miesk5, 07 March 2011 - 04:17 AM.

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Posted 07 March 2011 - 04:01 AM

GO TO MY LAST REPLY HERE FOR THE MOTORCRAFT SW 2120 SOURCES

Edited by miesk5, 07 March 2011 - 04:18 AM.

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Posted 07 March 2011 - 04:09 AM

Motorcraft SW2120 Neutral Safety Switch
http://frugalmechani...gle#description

$45.21 - $65.86 from 7 Sellers Brand: Motorcraft

Part Number(s): SW2120, SW-2120, MISW2120
Description: Motorcraft Neutral Safety Switches are designed and tested to meet OE specifications for durability and reliability under extreme conditions. They are manufactured under stringent standards, ensuring lasting durability. These switches resist abrasion and environmental cor... More
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$61.11
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Edited by miesk5, 07 March 2011 - 04:09 AM.

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Posted 07 March 2011 - 04:25 AM

Miesk5 => thank you again, seems that I was searching with wrong terms/words :blush:
That seller on Amazon has good price but when I try to buy it:"Warranty issues and manufacturer restrictions prevent us from shipping certain products to all geographical locations." :angry:
I just sent e-mail to jcwhitney and that seller on ebaymotors, lets hope that one or the other can send to Finland...

This SW 2120 Motorcraft is discontinued buy Motorcraft and for example fordparts does not know it anymore and Rock auotparts can not have it anymore and that last link you posted says it´s special order and I am pretty sure when they make that order from ford/motorcraft they can not have it either, so let´s hope that jcwhitney can send it to Finland! By the way, I asked local (here in Finland) Standard Motor Procducts retailer for that part, answer was: they can not have it anymore!!!

Edited by -mikko-, 07 March 2011 - 04:32 AM.

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Posted 07 March 2011 - 04:40 AM

yo, ok, good

And for others and my peace-of-mind,

So that 2120 SWITCH is the SAME as your Bronco's Switch?

As well as the Connector?

And you have the BW 1356 Push Button Transfer Case?


Try more Googles if those sources won't ship to SUOMI Land.

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Posted 07 March 2011 - 04:52 AM

yo, ok, good

And for others and my peace-of-mind,

So that 2120 SWITCH is the SAME as your Bronco's Switch?

As well as the Connector?

And you have the BW 1356 Push Button Transfer Case?


Try more Googles if those sources won't ship to SUOMI Land.



Yes, the connector is the SAME as in my car and that seller (which link you gave me) on ebaymotors says that this NS92 is right to my car.
This NS92 is same than SW-2120 just different manufacturer, am I right (Standard Motor vs Motorcraft)?
And I have BW 1356 push button Transfer Case.

Correct way to say: ship to finland is: lähettää Suomeen ;)
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No Bronco anymore =(
Just -69 and -96 Mustangs, but I am going to buy "new" bronco very soon...



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