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  1. Yo RR, Good on the inspection! all A-OK? Here is tge USMC POV INSPECTION CHECKLIST https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=http://www.albany.marines.mil/Portals/75/Docs/Safety/Motorcyle%20Vehicle/POV-Inspection-Checklist.pdf%3Fver%3D2017-05-12-104620-947&ved=2ahUKEwiN94f205rhAhXimuAKHc5qA2QQFjAAegQIBBAB&usg=AOvVaw3OyrDzW0lJW75iVwfZ6SAi
  2. Yo, Expect the worse such as rust. I bought the 96 Bronco 1/4 panel patch panels from MILL SUPPLY, Cleveland, OHTheir body parts On-line Store site is rustrepair.com.They are primed and of 18 gauge steel - exact fit around wheel well arch and packaged very well for shipping.Upper wheel arch area 16"H x 40"L 87-98 $29.00 & RHfrom the horizontal crease below camper top down to wheel arches and around the archesexact fit = was able to weld w/no adjustments to it or the 1/4Order their Catalog(s)Printed Catalogs do not list price though.FORD TRUCKS PDF PAGES 86-97 Aerostar 66-77 Bronco 78-79 Bronco 80-86 Bronco 87-91 Bronco 92-96 Bronco 84-90 Bronco II https://www.millsupply.com/auto-body-rust-repair-panels/ford-pickup-suv-van/ford-bronco/66-77-ford-bronco/ Or, https://shop.broncograveyard.com/Steel-Body/products/124/ https://www.tomsbroncoparts.com/category/66-77-bronco-body-panels GL!
  3. Yo RR, Congrats on the inspection! Look for a Corbeau in a yard queen. I've seen them in Stangs, Camaros and the other usual suspects.
  4. Yo 93, The gauges don't travel through nor are controlled by the computer. The sender's should work on the 408. On the 408 ensure all ground straps etc are attached to block. Some of the wiring diagrams: Pin Number Circuit Circuit Function 1 904 (LG/R) Charge Indicator Lamp 2 932 (GY/W) High Beam Indicator Input 3 57 (BK) Ground 4 450 (DG/LG) Fasten Belt Indicator Input 5 29 (Y/W) Fuel Level Input (with Tachometer) 6 19 (LB/R) Instrument Cluster Illumination Input 7 57 (BK) Ground 8 2 (W/LB) Right Turn Input 9 648 (W/PK) Tachometer Input Signal 10 398 (BK/Y) Tachometer Ground (for 8 Cylinder) 11 784 (LB/BK) Low Range Indicator Input 12 210 (LB) 4x4 Indicator Input 13 640 (R/Y) Power Supply in RUN and START 14 16 (R/LG) Charge Indicator Input C1 instrument Cluster Connector ¤ Pin Number Circuit Circuit Function 1 875 (BK/LB) Unique Ground to Gauges 2 658 (PK/LG) "Check Engine Indicator" Input 3 603 (DG) Anti-lock Brake Warning Indicator Input 4 977 (P/W) Brake Warning Indicator Input 5 — Not Used 6 29 (Y/W) Fuel Level Input (Without Tachometer) 7 3 (LG/W) Left Turn Input 8 31 (W/R) Oil Pressure Input 9 875 (BK/LB) Unique Ground to Gauges 10 39 (R/W) Temperature Input 11 531 (DG/Y) Brake Level Switch Input 12 608 (BK/Y) Air Bag Indicator 13 640 (R/Y) Power to Gauges, Hot in START or RUN 14 — Not Used C2 instrument Cluster Connector ¤ BRONCO Pin Number Circuit Circuit Function 1 54 (LG/Y) Battery Input 2 676 (PK/O) Ground 3 296 (W/P) Power (Hot in RUN) 4 491 (O/LB) 4WABS Signal Input 5 530 (LG/Y) 4WABS Signal Return 6 — Not Used 7 679 (GY/BK) Speed Output to Instrument Cluster, Speed Control Amplifier to Powertrain Control Module, and Compass ●Speed Control won't work 8 — Not Used 9 567 (LB/Y) PSOM Programming Connector 10 — Not Used 11 — Not Used 12 — Not Used BRONCO Pin Number Circuit Circuit Function 1 54 (LG/Y) Battery Input 2 676 (PK/O) Ground 3 296 (W/P) Power (Hot in RUN) 4 491 (O/LB) 4WABS Signal Input 5 530 (LG/Y) 4WABS Signal Return 6 — Not Used 7 679 (GY/BK) Speed Output to Instrument Cluster, Speed Control Amplifier to Powertrain Control Module, and Compass 8 — Not Used 9 567 (LB/Y) PSOM Programming Connector 10 — Not Used 11 — Not Used 12 — Not Used In 92 through 96, the rear axle mounted VSS provides a 72,900 to 86,900 pulses per mile signal via the 4WABS module to the Programmable Speedometer/Odometer Module (PSOM) aka Speedometer/Odometer; PSOM then converts this signal to 8,000 pulses per mile. The correct PSOM vehicle speed signal to the PCM is an AC square wave that rises to 5 volts positive and drops back to 3 volts negative, with a frequency of about 120 Hz at 60 mph. That signal is sent out to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) aka Computer or Electronic Engine Control (EEC) that controls the shifting of the Electronic 4-Speed Overdrive Transmission (E4OD) if equipped, and then to:speed control amplifier, if equipped;and overhead consoles compass/outside temperature display module, if equipped. Overhead console module uses the PSOM signal to estimate the accuracy of the outside temperature sensor that uses a high-speed counter to monitor vehicle speed to determine whether engine heat is causing erroneous readings. •• See Computer Pin outs @ http://web.archive.org/web/20120118104425/http://www.oldfuelinjection.com/truckpinouts.html
  5. Yo, That's it!😎 I need a smog pump now. But since new, no engine nor E4OD issues except for a DPFE, two O2 & TAD sensors; 4WABS module (jumpered it out); two muffler hangers; shocks (3 times); ball joints (twice); gas tank and leaf spring hangers. It's been our best vehicle ever! BTW, all because we maintain it according to Ford's Severe Duty Schedule ++ +
  6. Yo Test. 3 screw to Mile Marker in a 96; w/torques specs by NineT3 Source: by ScottMoore (Big Bronco) at FSB
  7. Nice! i"Well earlier this week I was warming up the Bronco for work. I kicked the heater on high, when all the sudden LOTS of smoke filled the cabin of the truck. It smelled like burning leaves and really scared the crap out of me. I turned the truck off and opened the doors to air it out (I was about two seconds from calling the fire department), luckily it just smoked some leaves and didn't catch fire. I logged on here and searched. In no time I was at Steve83's supermotors page looking at the culprit. This is old hat to alot of you veterans, but this is my third fsb and I never had this crap happen before. The problem is leaves and small twigs fall through the cowl vent and create a tender box in the hvac system. When the leaves build up on the resistor next to the blower motor, they can catch FIRE off the heat of the resistor. So here's a little how to that anyone can do:First remove your blower motor, you'll need a 5/16 socket to loosen the four screws, and it will easily pop out.Once the blower is out of the way, you'll be able to scoop/vacuum out all the debris. Reach your arm all the way down the inner fender to get all the crap out, just try to get your hand in every nook and cranny the leaves could've got into.This is all the crap that came out of mine, more than I ever imagined was in there. Next, use your 5/16 to remove the resistor (The red thing) so you can clean it real good Re-install the resistor, and hook the two plugs back in. Re-install the blower motor and your done! Since I bought thi,s the a/c and heat barely came out the vents, now it blows good and strong. "by STUPID
  8. Yo, Save $ for gas with: "...What you need to do is electrically plug in the TAB and TAD solenoids but remove the vacuum lines, then all the air injection plumbing and valves can be removed and the heads plugged. The EGR is a seperate system from the Thermactor and the computer treats it very differently, it also helps increase milage and power so it's a good idea to keep it anyway. If you have the DPFE system there is no way to bypass it without the computer knowing and throwing a code so you may as well keep it intact. you'll get codes if you remove the solenoids, the easiest way to avoid this is to just leave them plugged in. The TAB and TAD you could fake out pretty easy, but even the old EGR system can't be faked because the computer both commands valve movement and watches for feedback to confirm it happened, so a dummy resistor won't cut it. Source: by Conanski Ryan also sold; Actuator Eliminator Resistor $2.00 each 75 ohm 3watt Resistors can also be used to eliminate the EVR, CANP, TAB & TAD solenoids. A neat mod by jrichker; "...Put the resistor inside the heat shrink tubing and crimp the connectors on. I would choose the Ford pin connectors since they should plug in the TAB & TAD wiring. That way you haven't modified the wiring so it is easy to re-install the TAB & TAD solenoids if emissions testing comes to your area. 18 gauge crimp on taps..." read more and see many pics. at https://www.stangnet.com/mustang-forums/threads/are-the-tad-tab-vacuum-solenoids-needed.791134/ ... Need one 75 ohm 3 watt Resistor for each item removed, EVR, & CANP EGR Location & Block-Off Plate pic in an 89 @ https://www.supermotors.net/getfile/439467/fullsize/dsc02766.jpg Source: by Tim C (TnTbronco2, Trail Truck, Street Truck, Crazed, Broke, OoG) EGR Eliminator Installation Manual by Ryan M. @ Wayback Machine
  9. Yo, More pics @ http://s324.photobucket.com/user/ewgoetz/library/1996 EB Bronco/rollcage-soft top?sort=6&page=1
  10. Yo, See https://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/15-general-discussion-bronco-wheeling-related/192868-rampage-soft-top-install.html My tablet or Comcast won't allow pics to appear so look through it.
  11. Yo JM, I understand when it comes time to move on. Hope to see you restoring the 77. Especially, as Bully Bob mentioned, in our sister site, http://fordfzone.com Be well! Al
  12. Yo , Here is the Parts Catalog 87-91 & 92-96 Bronco (Partial) by Ford @ https://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/15-general-discussion-bronco-wheeling-related/195456-parts-catalog-87-91-92-96-bronco-partial-ford.html#post2656500
  13. Yo, From Parts Catalog 87-91 & 92-96 Bronco (Partial) by Ford via miesk5 @ https://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/15-general-discussion-bronco-wheeling-related/195456-parts-catalog-87-91-92-96-bronco-partial-ford.html#post2656500 As you can see, they have same Ford pn from 87-91.
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