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yo,
I get my Ford parts via AMAZON; they are VG at delvy and esp pricing; I bought a $150.00 Motorcraft DPFE Sensor for $50.00 with free shipping and no sales tax; Local dealers wanted 150.0 + sales tax

same price & discount for an Idle Air Control (IAC)
then compare locally & see if a stor can =/ beat that price

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Rock Auto - parts & accessories incl. some Motorcraft® parts w/Ford part numbers & illustrations; Outstanding Source w/Great Prices!

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TomsBroncoParts.com Has New Bronco Parts Now

TomsBroncoParts.com is starting to get into the Full Size Broncos! They have quite a few parts now, but are getting more into it. With their great history in the EB world, I'm excited to see them selling newer parts!

1996 Black Bronco - FOR SALE!!

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yo!
I added;
Parts Catalog 92-96 Bronco (Partial)
Source: by Ford via Miesk5 at FSB


Most are for 92-96

The NITE model tape stripe PAGE 835 is neat!

Although some parts are now obsolete, it could help for those that want the documentation (Ford PN's, etc.)
obsolete parts sources:

Green Sales Company is vg;
and:
http://www.partsvoice.com by Ford PN, Great obsolete parts finder

RearCounter.com by Ford PN, both long & MC short versions

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yo,
I added a bunch of NAPA On-Line catalogs today;
See my Parts Section for HOT LINKs to each:

NAPA - Alignment Products Catalog

NAPA - Automatic Transmission Parts Catalog

NAPA - Belts and Hose Vintage Catalog

NAPA - Bosch Spark Plugs Catalog

NAPA - Bosch Wiper Blades Catalog

NAPA - Brake Hoses & Cables Catalog

NAPA - Brake System; 1980-1995 Catalog

NAPA - Brake Systems, 1979 and Prior Catalog

NAPA - Brakes Friction Selection Guide

NAPA - Brakes Illustrated Catalog

NAPA - Brass Products Master Catalog

NAPA - Cabin Air & Fuel Filter Location & Replacement Guide

NAPA - California Converters 2011 Catalog

NAPA - Chassis Applications 2011 Catalog

NAPA - Chassis Parts Medium & Heavy Duty Truck

NAPA - Chemicals Catalog

NAPA - Chicago Rawhide / NAPA Bearings, Oil Seals, & Perfo. Appls. 1995 & Earlier Catalog

NAPA - Clutch, Flywheel, and Hydraulic Applications 2011 Catalog

NAPA - Coil Spring Catalog

NAPA - DORMAN Fasteners For Automotive Fleet And Farm Catalog

NAPA - Echlin Ignition & Electrical Engine Management Supplement Catalog

NAPA - Echlin Illustrated Ignition Buyers Guide

NAPA - Exhaust, 95 & Older Catalog

NAPA - Exhaust, 96 & Newer Catalog

NAPA - Fel-Pro / NAPA Gaskets Performance Catalog

NAPA - Fel-Pro® Vintage Gaskets Vol. 1, 1975-1995 Catalog

NAPA - Fuel & Emissions Illustrated Buyers Guide

NAPA - Fuel Pumps Catalog

NAPA - HD Ford & Sterling Suspension Parts Catalog

NAPA - Light Duty Filter Catalog

NAPA - Light Duty Suspension Parts Catalog

NAPA - Lighting Catalog

NAPA - Master Gaskets Catalog

NAPA - NAPA / United Electric Trailer Brake Catalog

NAPA - NTK Oxygen Sensors Catalog

NAPA - Paint and Body Products Catalog

NAPA - Parts, Supplies, and Accessories 2011 Catalog

NAPA - Passenger Car & Lt Truck Chassis Parts 1995 & Prior Catalog

NAPA - Power Sport Batteries Catalog

NAPA - Power Steering Pulley & Hose Catalog

NAPA - Precision U joints Master Catalog

NAPA - Reman Transfer Case Motors Catalog

NAPA - Shocks & Struts Master Catalog 1995 & Older Catalog

NAPA - Shocks & Struts Master Catalog 1996 To Current Catalog

NAPA - Tools & Equipment Catalog

NAPA - Weatherhead Hose Assembly Catalog

NAPA - Wiper Blades Catalog

NAPA® - parts, accessories, service & collision

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James Duff used to be a great source for parts. but I haven't used them in years.
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I have a 1989 bronco I was wondering if anyone knows of any after market headlights or if the later modle bronco headlights will fit?
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I have a 1989 bronco I was wondering if anyone knows of any after market headlights or if the later modle bronco headlights will fit?
You can find them for a good price on Ebay

1994 Bronco XLT, 5.8L, 33x12.50 Mickey Thompson MTZ's, 15x8" Raceline Rockcrusher wheels, Moog824 coil springs, Redhead steering box, (6) KYB shocks,
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Or just stock?
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I saw the ones for 92-96 I think but not any for older model. Unless they are interchangeable with the 92-96
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I have a 1989 bronco I was wondering if anyone knows of any after market headlights or if the later modle bronco headlights will fit?
I can't find any for my 87 and I'm in need of new badly. I just don't wanna spend 300 bucks for originals.


Also I cannot find a grill guard/push bar for anything. I've emailed westin and smittybilt and they don't make anything anymore.
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...Also I cannot find a grill guard/push bar for anything. I've emailed westin and smittybilt and they don't make anything anymore.
yo R,
I went w/Setina; but they stopped mfg. them for our Broncos not too long ago.
http://setina.com/products/push-purs...rs/pb-100/Call them anyway; if NA, ask what distributors may have some left; such as http://www.gtdist.com/ProductDetail....SET-PB100-16XX


was under $150.00 incl s+h in 97.. It has the steel angle cross bar for mtg. lights, sirens, auto weapons, etc.
Powder coated steel, has not rusted - on beach and in surf, pushes well of course.

Check yards locally for a junked police car w/the Setina PB100 16" high bumper guard . might be diff to fine one though.


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Thanks. I'll give them a call on Monday and see what they have to say. I'll let everyone know my findings

Did you just drill yours into the factory bumper? Or how does it mount? I can't tell from the pic
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Thanks for putting this list together, and adding to it too. Just came home with our 2nd FSB, a '95 XLT, to be used by our just turned 16yr.old. It has some issues that need attention, such as a bit of loose steering, possible ball joints, tie rods, etc., and like our previous OJ mobile, it's a little wet inside, possible leaky seal between top and body, or previous window issues, or ?

I'll search through this list, and check out the various vendors, but if any of you experienced owners could direct me towards those that you've used and trust, I'd greatly appreciate it. If you have any suggestions on possible points of leaks, either from the top, or maybe even below, plus suggestions on any YouTube videos on the proper way to replace the top's gasket/seal or any tricks of the trade, that might otherwise be overlooked, again, I'd appreciate your help. I've had two FJ 40's too, so I know it's more than a one person, one day job, to do it right.

Oh and hey, how about any leads on or suggestions on

Carpet/headliner
Replacement seat belts
Cold air intakes
Replacement face plates for ashtray to power point conversion
Full roll cages

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Hey, another thought or two,

According to the gentleman I just bought our rig from, via the previous owner, the engine was rebuilt about two years ago. It's a 351, so what brand of motor oil and weight, plus filters do you all suggest? Plus how about tranny fluid and gear oil?
Spark plugs?



I'll stop before I start asking about washer fluids and muffler bearings.
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Thanks. I'll give them a call on Monday and see what they have to say. I'll let everyone know my findings

Did you just drill yours into the factory bumper? Or how does it mount? I can't tell from the pic
Yo ,

YW

It mounts to the Bumper because in 92-96s it has to be Supplemental Air Bag System (SRS) & Frame Crumple Zone and air bag sensors (front) Safe.

It installed very well; we didn't need to do anything exc. check Bronco tire pressures & park it on level area of driveway; ensured bumper was also level before drilling

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Thanks for putting this list together, and adding to it too. Just came home with our 2nd FSB, a '95 XLT, to be used by our just turned 16yr.old. It has some issues that need attention, such as a bit of loose steering, possible ball joints, tie rods, etc., and like our previous OJ mobile, it's a little wet inside, possible leaky seal between top and body, or previous window issues, or ?

I'll search through this list, and check out the various vendors, but if any of you experienced owners could direct me towards those that you've used and trust, I'd greatly appreciate it. If you have any suggestions on possible points of leaks, either from the top, or maybe even below, plus suggestions on any YouTube videos on the proper way to replace the top's gasket/seal or any tricks of the trade, that might otherwise be overlooked, again, I'd appreciate your help. I've had two FJ 40's too, so I know it's more than a one person, one day job, to do it right.

Oh and hey, how about any leads on or suggestions on

Carpet/headliner
Replacement seat belts
Cold air intakes
Replacement face plates for ashtray to power point conversion
Full roll cages

Again, thanks a ton.
yo B,
for now; have to roll; but am sure Steve or others will help...

Weather Seal Location Diagram #1; "...There's 1 weatherstrip across the back of the cab that slips onto a lip of steel, and a reinforced rubber trim that covers another lip, but it doesn't seal anything. Then there's a foam rubber gasket glued under each side of the shell, terminating in a large foam block at the tailgate. So that's a total of 4 pieces, but only 3 are seals. Only the weatherstrip on the cab is marked in the 1st diagram, but all are shown in cross-section. ..."
Source: by Steve83 http://www.supermotors.net/registry/media/282490

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"...We provide an affordable solution for all types of seat belt repairs for every make and model of car and truck on the road today. Many basic repair are completed within one day and cost approximately $50.00. We can change the webbing(that's the cloth part), repair buckles, plastic covers and retractors. We stock more Original Equipment webbing, buckles, tongues and components for all make and models than any other seat belt manufacturer in the world. All repairs are performed under the same stringent guidelines that our new seat belts are made under, FMVSS 209/302, and come with a one-year warranty against workmanship or defects. When it comes to repair or custom refurbishing for all makes and models, deal with the leader-Seat belt Solutions..."

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Seat Belt Restoration Services
http://www.ssnake-oyl.com/mm5/mercha...tegory_Code=RS

j. r. Nice wrote on 11-10-2013, "ESE GUYS did mine. They did a great job. Even re-chromed the buckles. Since the original OEM / NOS belts are all gone, this was my option. It's not a cheap one, but neither is an NOS belt when / if you stumble across one. I had an NOS red one re-webbed and a set of used ones restored. IIRC it was a little over $500. In hindsight, it was good to have the retractors fixed, and worth every penny. The webbing matched the original chestnut brown VERY well.

Additionally, they 'fixed' the shrouds around the inboard belts. That repair didn't hold up well. It looks like they plastic welded it. In the last 5 years, it's separated at the top.

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"Once we receive your seatbelts we will do a complete evaluation of your parts and send you a detailed cost summary. We will not start the restoration without your authorization.
OUR SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: If you decide not to use our services, you will only be charged for shipping the seatbelts back, the evaluation is free."

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For a YARD SEARCH on-line, I use;

http://car-part.com/cgi-bin/search.cgi
Many Results!
examples;
1993 Front Seat Belt Assembly Ford Bronco LH,GRY,2DR 141005 $45 All Car and Truck Recycling - SCADA USA-CA(Anderson) Request_Quote 1-800-959-2552

1993 Front Seat Belt Assembly Ford Bronco RH,GRY,2DR 141005 $45 All Car and Truck Recycling - SCADA USA-CA(Anderson) Request_Quote 1-800-959-2552

1995 Front Seat Belt Assembly Ford Bronco GRY,SUV,LH FRONT BUCKLE 13C0045 $36.75 Viking Truck and Auto USA-CA(Redding) Request_Quote 1-800-338-7474

1995 Front Seat Belt Assembly Ford Bronco GRY,SUV,LH FRONT SHOULDER HARNESS 13C0045 $36.75 Viking Truand Auto USA-CA(Redding) Request_Quote 1-800-338-7474

1992 Front Seat Belt Assembly Ford Bronco 2 Door,XLT,GREY/BLK BB0991 $75 GMILL NJ USA-NJ(Millville) E-mail 856-293-0003 21

1994
Front Seat Belt Assembly
Ford Bronco GRY,RS A 13291 $Call A. Micciche Auto Parts-ELITE USA-NJ(Voorhees) Request_Quote 1-800-310-4460 Request_Insurance_Quote

1994
Front Seat Belt Assembly
Ford Bronco LH,SUV,BLU 130631 Call Albion Auto Parts-ELITE USA-NJ(Berlin)
1994
Front Seat Belt Assembly
Ford Bronco RH,SUV,BLU 130631 $Call Albion Auto Parts-ELITE USA-NJ(Berlin)

1992
Front Seat Belt Assembly
Ford Bronco BB0991 $Call Giancola Auto Wrecking USA-NJ(East
ETC.
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http://www.hollanderparts.com/
Select All Parts
year, etc, then FORD TRUCK

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or
http://www.copartfinder.com/finder/searchMake.do
Has Vehicle Pics!

http://www.picknpull.com
This is a Company name w/yard locations in various states

Parts Catalog mix of 87-91 and 92-96 Bronco (Partial) by Ford
http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/15-general-discussion-bronco-wheeling-related/195456-parts-catalog-92-96-bronco-partial-ford.html


front floor pan, seat belt, interior & exterior door trim, cab step, page 842


Also for obsolete parts by Ford Part Number long version
partsvoice.com
http://www.rearcounter.com
http://www.greensalescompany.com

CARPETS
http://shop.broncograveyard.com/BRON...partments/506/

ROLLCAGE;
http://shop.broncograveyard.com/Roll-Bars/products/204/

Installation, Hunter Offroad Products in an 89 5.8 (SOLD, but Brian is keeping his info available
Source: by Brian S at http://www.fullsizebronco.com/bronco...cage/body.html

Installation, S&W Racecars 10-pt in a 90
Source: by Dan90FSB (broncoboy23, Dan) at S & W rollcage installation

Installation, 6 point in a 95
Source: by flourman at Flourman's Cage

Discussion the roll cage thread
Installation, 6 point in a 96
Source: by boss (bossind, Steve) at http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/15-general-discussion-bronco-wheeling-related/164216-bosss-cage-build-96-bronco.html


pics, Installation, S&W Racecars 10-pt in a 96
Source: by rmilleruga (robbiem) at http://www.supermotors.net/vehicles/...ry/16490/61199


SERVICE;
Maintenance Schedule for a 96 & other Fords; Same for 95 except for any OBD II info; Free Download for any Bronco/Ford truck & other Ford vehicles for 96 to current year; register to view w/VIN; includes Owner's & Warranty Guide & Scheduled Maintenance Guide Plus Recalls Performed or Outstanding, dealer service record summaries (Ford is adding entries now), etc.
Source: by Ford https://owner.ford.com/servlet/Conte...CalProcessPage


RECALL STATUS; Check with VIN @
http://owner.ford.com/servlet/Conten...=footer-owners
If you have Factory Cruise (aka Speed) Control, there is an ongoing Recall for the Deactivation Swoth on Master Cylinder).. search for more info here; such as @ 4WABS module bad



Owner's Guide for a 96 by Hiller Ford http://www.hillerford.com/resource_l...d/96bronco.pdf

96 Bronco-F-Series Workshop Manual (PARTIAL)
http://www.diesel-dave.com/vehic/manual/stj/stjleft.htm
Same as 95 and most earlier years exc. for OBD II, 4WABS (93-96) ABS 87-92), Air Bag (94-96) and a few other items


Try a Self Test for Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC)s by my pal, BroncoJoe19
http://broncozone.com/topic/14269-co...&mode=threaded
A helper is good to assist in reading Codes; best is to take a cell fone vid and replay it.
Some basics;
Visual Check
Battery is fully charged
1.Inspect the air cleaner and inlet ducting.
2.Check all engine AND HVAC (under hood & in /under dash Vacuum hoses for damage, leaks, cracks, blockage, proper routing, etc.
3.Check EEC system wiring harness for proper connections, bent or broken pins, corrosion, loose wires, proper routing, etc.
4.Check the Powertrain Control Module (PCM), sensors and actuators for physical damage; can use these two diagrams to locate ACT, TPS, EVP above EGR), Ignition Control Module (ICM) on distributor mounted years (Ford re-located the ICM from Distr side to driver side hood hinge area on inner fender liner in 92-96); to MAP;
Sensor Locations Diagram ECT, IAT and Water Temperature Gauge Sender; Sensor Locations Diagram ECT & Temp Gauge sender, PCV by Gacknar
5.Check the engine coolant for proper level and mixture.
6.Check the transmission fluid level and quality.
7.Make all necessary repairs before continuing
8. Check headlights

The engine temperature must be greater than 50° F for the Key On Engine Off (KOEO) Self-Test and greater than 180° F for the Key On Engine Running (KOER) Self-Test.
Run it around to heat the engine up and shift thru all gears including Reverse.

Make sure A/C is off and transmission is in Park (automatic); or in Neutral for a Manual & release clutch.

Turn off all accessories; radio, lights, A/C, heater, blower, fans, etc. (close driver's door)

Then turn off engine and wait 10 seconds.

Do KOEO test First

Post Code(s) here according to:
KOEO
&
KOER


The Self-Test is divided into three specialized tests: Key On Engine Off Self-Test, Engine Running Self-Test, and Continuous Self-Test. The Self-Test is not a conclusive test by itself, but is used as a part of the functional Quick-Test diagnostic procedure. The PCM stores the Self-Test program in permanent memory. When activated, Self-Test checks the EEC system by testing memory integrity and processing capability, and verifies that various sensors and actuators are connected and operating properly.

The Key On Engine Off and Engine Running Self-Tests are functional tests which only detect faults present at the time of the Self-Test. Continuous Self-Test is performed during normal vehicle operation and stores any fault information in Keep Alive Memory (KAM) for retrieval at a later time.

Key On Engine Off Self-Test
At this time, a test of the EEC system is conducted with power applied and engine at rest.
To detect errors during Key On Engine Off Self-Test, the fault must be present at the time of testing.

Continuous Memory DTCs are issued as a result of information stored during Continuous Self-Test, while the vehicle was in normal operation. These DTCs are displayed only during Key On Engine Off Self-Test and after the separator pulse. Intermittent faults that have not occurred in the last 80 warm-up cycles (40 cycles on some applications) are erased from Continuous Memory and will not produce a Continuous Memory DTC.Note: The separator pulse and Continuous Memory DTCs follow Key On Engine Off DTCs ONLY.

Engine Running Self-Test
At this time, a test of the EEC system is conducted with the engine running. The sensors are checked under actual operating conditions and at normal operating temperatures. The actuators are exercised and checked for expected results.
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E4OD Fluid Condition Check
It should be red, not brown or black. Odor may indicate overheating condition, clutch disc or band failure.
Use an absorbent white facial tissue and wipe the fluid level indicator. Examine the stain for evidence of solid particles and for engine coolant signs (gum or varnish on fluid level indicator).
If particles are present in the fluid or there is evidence of engine coolant or water, the transmission pan must be removed for further inspection.
If fluid contamination or transmission failure is confirmed by further evidence of coolant or excessive particles in the transmission pan, the transmission must be disassembled and completely cleaned and serviced. This includes cleaning and flushing the torque converter and transmission cooling system. Repair or replace radiator.
During disassembly and assembly, all overhaul checks and adjustments of clearances and end play must be made.
After the transmission has been serviced, all diagnostic tests and adjustments listed in the Diagnosis by Symptom Charts under Diagnosis by Symptom in the Diagnosis and Testing portion of this section must be completed to make sure that the problem has been corrected.


Brochure, 95 Bronco
Source: by miesk5 at http://www.supermotors.net/registry/3549/79188


FORD PARTS;
http://www.fordparts.com/
55 Parts found for 1995 Ford Bronco > Accessories and Fluids > Functional Fluid, Lubricant, Grease (including Additives)

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Engine Oil Filter
Brand: Motorcraft
Part Number: 6731(FL-1-A)
Dimensions: 5.38 IN x 3.88 IN x 3.88 IN
http://www.fordparts.com/Commerce/Pa...d&model=Bronco

Engine Oil Motorcraft
Motorcraft® SAE 5W-30 Synthetic Blend Motor Oil
see more @ http://www.fordparts.com/Products/Ch...MotorOils.aspx


Ford Customer Service Division's Motorcraft Chemicals and Lubricants U.S. Catalog. https://www.fcsdchemicalsandlubricants.com/Main/


E4OD Fluid Change Interval (scroll); "...For 1995, Ford Motor Company has reduced the mileage interval of automatic transmission fluid changes to 30,000 miles. This applies to all transmissions except the E40D transmission used in Ford trucks. The E40D change interval is 15,000 miles. Ford engineers stated that the intervals were reduced due to fluid degradation especially in humid climates. As you all know, the above-mentioned service intervals are for "normal driving" conditions, severe duty conditions (fleet, city driving, short trips, dusty conditions, hilly areas, towing, snowplowing) require more frequent service. Always change the transmission filter when you change the fluid..."
Source: by Bruce R at atp-inc.com


E4OD Fluid & Filter and Ford Pan w/Drain Plug Change and Filter Clip in a 94
Source: by sewiv (Sandy) at http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/23-technical-write-ups/130945-e4od-transmission-fluid-filter-change.html

E4OD Filter, Internal, Grommet Warning; "...When ever you go to change your trans filter, Always make sure to pull out the little round rubber do hicky thingamabob. Lets call it a gromit or a seal? Theres this part of the trans filter that is inserted into the trans (a round tube that goes up into this hole ); Now the tube has a gasket of sorts that wraps around the tube ( kinda like a wide O-ring )It form a seal between the tube and the hole it goes in. Well what ended up killing my trans was that fact that the last guy that changed the trans filter didnt notice that this o-ring thing (gromit Or what ever) did'nt come out with the filter it stayed in the hole! He left it in there; & installed the new filter witch had its preinstalled gromit already; So what he did, is he (unknowingly) stacked two gromits on top of each other, Witch did not let the filters tube fit as it should. It was starving itself for fluid!! It was sucking air as well as tranny fluid! (in other words not working right) ..."
Source: by BlancoBronco (Cam C , Project BLANCO) at FSB

E4OD MERCON® is being replaced by MERCON® V as a Service Fluid TSB 06-14-04 for 80-96 Bronco & all Fords to Current
Source: by Ford via E4OD Shudder
see my Post #11
Motorcraft® MERCON® V is a premium-quality automatic transmission fluid recommended by Ford Motor Company for use in Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles that require either MERCON® V or MERCON® type fluid. This product also provides excellent performance in electronically controlled automatic transmissions
https://www.fcsdchemicalsandlubrican...roduct=MERCON® V Automatic Transmission and Power Steering Fluid&category=Transmission Fluid

E4OD Filter Clip Alternative; "... have seen many threads and received many pm's as of late speaking of the stay-put filter clip used to keep the filters from falling out of the pump in the e4od. there is an alternative to using this clip. it is more expensive but also has more benefits than just using this clip. you can get a trans pan from a 03 super-duty truck. this pan has little humps in the bottom to but up against the bottom of the filter and this keeps the filter from falling down. this pan also has a drain plug and extra capacity for 1.5 more qts of fluid. this pan also allows you to use the much better elastomer gasket. it is reusable and virtually leak-proof. much better than the cork design. it does require the use of a 4x4 filter..."
Source: by thePUNISHER (Paul) at FSB

Air Filter
Since we bought the 96 New, I have used both FORD MC FA-1046 or Purolator PureONE Part No. A24378
Purolator was and probably still is an OEM supplier to; Bosch, Motorcraft, PowerFlo, ProLine, Quaker State

Air Filters; replaced every 10,000 Miles and MAF is still good. I do this due to beach runs and all the oak/pine pollen in Spring that coats everythAng. If I run into pond hopping, I'd go sealed snorkel through fender and over cab w/Humvee style air pre-cleaner with a fording pipe for snorkel applications & a fording exhaust pipe; Humvees use a "pre-filter box" @ top to keep most water out, but is largely used to stop large particles such as birds and body parts from clogging da air filter. Snorkels should have a bend at top. Sy-Klone 9000 (http://www.sy-klone.com/mm5/merchant...tegory_Code=S9)

Then seal as much of the other stuff; such as Waterproofing the EEC http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/7-1980-96-bronco-tech/138617-waterproofing-eec.html

Vent Line Extensions; see Questions about extending breather lines?

See my partially recovered Bronco web site ...Will need to clean up dead links & add many more new links some day. Thanks to Mr. Schwim!
THANKS to ALL WHO SERVE!
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