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I recently purchased an 88 Bronco as is is a favorite model SUV since I was a kid. I want it to run it as new and clean as possible without breaking the bank and learning all of the repairs along the way.

Is there ANYONE in Los Angeles area that would be willing to meet up and help me out with the basics?
 

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Welcome to the forum !

........without breaking the bank and learning all of the repairs along the way.
You are going to have to chose one of these options....
You are either going to have to pay someone to do all of your maintenance and fixing up or you are going to have to learn how to work on it yourself.

These old trucks are demanding, they either demand your wallet or your time.

Learning your truck and fixing it up is half of the ownership in my opinion.

I'm sure you can research the forum here and find out most of what you need to do to fix your truck up. Everyone on the forum is more than willing to help out as much as we can.
 
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WELCOME!
Post any issues you find at Noobie Bronco Tech Questions. Flame free zone! Try to limit to one issue at a time.

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I'll move this thread to Introductions section.

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Basically from the beginning. Feel free to text me 718 six 44 zero14 nine. I just need some guidance on what should be done and what needs to be done first
 
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