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  1. Noobie Bronco Tech Questions. Flame free zone!
    I have a 95 with a 5.8. This was a barn find and rats have chewed through the wiring harness. Obviously a harness from a 150 5.8 will fit, but what about one from a 5.0? Would a harness from a mustang 5.0 from 94-95 work ? Thanks
  2. General Discussion/ Bronco and Wheeling related.
    Hello Everyone, I have a 1994 Bronco with a bad 5.0L/E40D/auto transfer case and I am rebuilding a 5.8L Speed Density/E40D/manual transfer case from a 1994 F-150 in order to swap the 5.8L into the Bronco. I would like to retain the MAF wiring harness from the 5.0L and swap in the 5.8L. I am of...
  3. Noobie Bronco Tech Questions. Flame free zone!
    I was wondering what I need to know about changing interior wiring harness on my 96 XL. Does it need to be same year and model? Could I take a F150 XL wiring harness and it work? Any tips on switching? What else I should know about changing wiring harness? Thanks
  4. Noobie Bronco Tech Questions. Flame free zone!
    I will eventually need to do motor work on my ‘96 with ~188k miles. Currently thinking crate motor. The physical installation seems straightforward but what is best way to make sure PCM still works, tach works, etc. I assume a crate motor won’t have all the same sensors, control parameters. If...
  5. Noobie Bronco Tech Questions. Flame free zone!
    Looking for the best wiring harness for 351 Windsor out of an 86 bronco. Will provide Vin if needed.
  6. 1980-'96 Bronco Tech
    So, I've come to the conclusion that my engine harness is shot. Its been spliced and re-spliced so many times by the PO that I just have no trust in it any more. I have replaced several sensors on it that should have fixed a problem, but didn't. So now I'm shopping around for a new harness to...
  7. Noobie Bronco Tech Questions. Flame free zone!
    We got her back together. I discovered a broken wire while performing a pre-start inspection. It appears to be a factory splice off the main harness under the hood on the left (driver side). My manuals suggest it may be a steering pressure sensor. The manual gives an asterisk denoting no...
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