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thr02100 01-19-2019 05:19 PM

96 ford bronco distributor help!?
 
Hi all I have a 1996 5.8l bronco XLT. I just finished doing a motor swap with an older motor. I am on the last step of my build. I am trying to find a 96 distributor with a 5 blade (wire) connector. The only one i can find for my 96 has 7 blades( wires). would anyone happen to have a part number or a source where i can find one!? thank you!

miesk5 01-19-2019 06:59 PM

Yo

Heard this rebuilder is good,
Ignition Engineering | Distributor Recurving and Rebuilding
"We're a distributor specialist.
At Ignition Engineering in Anaheim, California, we specialize in distributor rebuilding and curving, blueprinting and custom timing advance curves on aftermarket and OEM distributors including AC Delco distributors, Bosch, Mallory and other brands for your GM, Ford, Mopar cars, trucks, boats, race cars and more.
A recurved distributor - matched to your vehicle and driving requirements - can be modified to provide improved acceleration, power and fuel economy. Remember: The distributor is the 'brain' of your motor, and proper timing advance or retard will improve performance.
Our rebuilt distributors get a complete overhaul including new bronze bushings (Oilite® in most cases). Worn ignition parts are replaced, and the unit is reassembled and tested to specification."

thr02100 01-19-2019 07:03 PM

I appreciate the reference but i do not have the original 96' distributor to be rebuilt. I only have the one from the rebuilt motor which happens to be an 89'

Festus 01-24-2019 12:16 AM

I'm not sure exactly what you are trying to accomplish, but here are a couple of links to RockAuto. They may help you find what you are looking for. The type of gear on the distributor is also engine specific. I'm not sure which you would need, cast or steel. I believe the 89 is an internal module while your 96 would have the module mounted on the fender. I would think you would need the 96 distributor with the correct gear for a 89 5.8 to match the wiring harness of your 96. Good luck!
96 info
https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/...stributor,7108

89 info
https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/...stributor,7108

miesk5 01-25-2019 09:43 AM

Yo thr02100,
The 96 uses a steel gear.

I'm awaiting reply from Ignition Engineering | Distributor Recurving and Rebuilding on their ability to locate a rebuildable 96 distributor.


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