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  1. Yo,

    Hope all is well my friend!!!!

  2. That is all contained in the turn switch. You need to pull the steering wheel to get at that portion you circled in red. You can get the part from http://www.lmctruck.com/icatalog/fd/full.aspx?Page=56
  3. If you are referring to the flashers, they are under the dash on the driver side.
  4. It is difficult to find a listing of Ford fusible links vs amperage rating. So here is what a manufacturer of fusible link wire has to say: http://www.madelectrical.com/catalog/fusible-link.shtml Based on their chart, I would run a 12GA automotive rated wire to replace the old one. As far as the link placement, I would use an inline fuse placed where you can easily get to it for replacement. You could play with the fuse size or place an amp meter in series with the circuit to determine what the actual current draw is when the window defroster is in operation and then add maybe 50% for the size of the fuse. I suspect that the current draw would be under 30 amps. If I was placing the fuse, I would put it down near the existing fuse block. I replaced the power distribution fusible links in my truck with fuses. http://www.supermotors.net/registry/212/66214
  5. OK, had this problem before. We will contact the Admin. Al, could you add this to the previous problem report about the discount?
  6. The Duraspark III is part of the EEC system. Are you having any problems with it? That whole system was designed to meet California emission control laws and was installed in trucks that were destined for sale in California.
  7. What problems are you having? The EEC system was designed to meet the California requirements and I believe it is illegal to remove it from a road vehicle in that state.
  8. Dito the above. If you do need camber caster adjustment, you will need a set of these http://shop.broncograveyard.com/Adjustable-Alignment-Bushings-Pair-87-96-2wd/productinfo/33523/ , the stock bushing does not give a full range of adjustment.
  9. I believe the heavy duty suspension package was part of the towing package. It included dual front shocks, front sway bar and rear torsion bar.
  10. you might want to look here http://shop.broncograveyard.com/searchprods.asp . Jeff at the Bronco Graveyard has offered a 2% discount to members of The BroncoZone for on line orders. To get your discount, enter the discount code BZMEMBER.
  11. OK, I don't see the diagrams that use to be attached to this subject, got lost in cyber space I guess. So here are a few that may help you.
  12. The wires don't run under panels, they run along the frame under the truck. Key failure points are the connectors, and the cable between the rear door and the left tail light cavity. If worse came to worse replacement with three new auto grade 14 or12 gauge wires would not be too difficult. The reason for using 14 or 12 gauge is that it will keep the voltage drop to a minimum which will be better for the window motor. If you have sluggish operating window motors it is most likely caused by voltage drop caused by corroded connectors or wires that are mostly broken from flexing where they transition from the body to the door, a common problem in old wires.
  13. Caution when using Acetone: Acetone is a carcinogenic and immediately soaks into exposed skin. If you read the directions on a can of acetone it will warn of getting it in contact with bare skin. If using the home brew rust buster, you should use gloves. It always amazes me that women buy it in small bottles for nail polish remover but are not warned of the dangers of using it. Just saying !
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