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  1. 1980-'96 Bronco Tech
    On this never ending mission to get this baby running right I now have a code 25. Did some searching on here, found some posts saying if you have 2.4-2.6 volts at the connector you're golden. The Haynes Manuel says it needs to be at least 5 volts with key on engine off. :eek: I've got wiring...
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    1987-1989 Speed Density Truck 3-wire HEGO (Single) HEGO SIG at EEC Pin #29 HEGO GND at Sensor body 1990-1995 Speed Density Truck 4-wire HEGO (Single) HEGO SIG at EEC Pin #29 HEGO GND at EEC Pin #49 1994-1995 5.0L Mass Air Truck 4-wire HEGO (Single) HEGO SIG at EEC Pin #44 HEGO GND at EEC Pin...
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    The TPS is a three wire sensor that measures the throttle plate opening and its rate of change. This sensor is a variable resistor, also called a potentiometer, that is directly linked to the throttle plate shaft. The TPS outputs a voltage directly proportional to the throttle opening. As the...
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    Here is the word on MAP/BAP... The MAP (Manifold Absolute Pressure) Sensor measures Vacuum Pressure for the PCM which constantly changes depending upon engine load. Typically used in EFI Speed Density, the MAP provides instananeous Manifold Pressure data which is cross-referenced with engine...
  5. Noobie Bronco Tech Questions. Flame free zone!
    So I have decided that with my recovery gear and other valuables its time for an alarm. I need something that has a few motion sensors for the cargo area, that way if somebody tries to snatch something with the top off they get a surprise. I also want the ability to put a very loud siren inside...
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