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  1. 1980-'96 Bronco Tech
    My '94 FSB 5.8L (E4OD) won't start, but will turn over. I ran through this ignition diagnostic, and found that step 1 had no spark, but step 2 had spark (spark tester between distributor pin 1 and ground had no spark, tester between ignition coil wire and ground had spark). I replaced my...
  2. Noobie Bronco Tech Questions. Flame free zone!
    I have an 86 302 EFI that I have been working on and one of the things I wanted to check was timing, so I bought a timing light. Hooked it up to the #1 wire, disconnected the spout connector, marked 10 degrees BTC on the damper and started the truck. Readings showed more like 20+ BTC (just a...
  3. 1980-'96 Bronco Tech
    Hey, it’s my first post on this website and I’m in need of some help. Recently I’ve encountered an issue with my Bronco (it’s an 1987 with a 5.0 302) the issue was that it wasn’t getting any spark so the first thing I did was replace the ignition coil and still no spark. Later on I replaced the...
  4. Noobie Bronco Tech Questions. Flame free zone!
    My symptoms started as distributor pickup coils going bad every 30 or so miles. I couldn't find any shorts or grounds so I finally found a motorcraft coil and it lasted but then it started eating ICMs. I tried a mechanic but after several months, a new computer and 10 ICMs they gave up and I got...
  5. 1980-'96 Bronco Tech
    Hey guys I feel like this should be pretty simple, but I’m honestly confused. I’ve got a 1984 Ford bronco With an in-line 6 engine and a manual transmission. I got it to fire up the other day and now there’s no spark to the plugs. I changed the ignition coil, still nothing. The weird part to me...
  6. Noobie Bronco Tech Questions. Flame free zone!
    Hey guys and gals, I have encountered an issue I have never had before. I got a 95 Bronco 302. My pickup went bad in my distributor. I bought a new distributor assembly., which initially dropped right in. I ended up pulling it back out to re-attach the rearward clip for the dist. cap that fell...
  7. Blog
    Selecting the correct distributor gear is critical for the performance and longevity of your engine. This important gear is located toward the base of the distributor shaft and engages a gear on the camshaft. Engine oil lubricates the gear mesh and resistance is created as the distributor shaft...
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