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Parts Catalog 87-91 & 92-96 Bronco (Partial) by Ford


INDEX, paint codes, front bumper, PAGE 833


ABS module, sensor, decel switch, etc., air bag module, monitor, sensor, etc., underhood dimensions in mm, cruise control, wheels, frame, PAGE 836


front suspension, PAGE 837


grille, front lamps, headlight, hood, engine cooling: radiator, fan, water pump, shroud, page 834


paint stripes incl. NITE, HVAC, fender, PAGE 835


steering column & linkage, gear, pump, wheel & horn switch, Page 838


steering cont'd, ignition switch, Engine, Page 839


engine & trans CONT'D, air cleaner, alternator, battery cables & tray, air intake, hood, ignition, Emissions Page 840


center console, dash, instrument panel, cowl, wiper, PAGE 841


front floor pan, 92-96 seat belt (bucket front & rear bench), interior & exterior door trim, cab step, page 842


door CONT'D, cab roof, camper top, overhead console, page 843


tailgate, quarter glass, interior & exterior trim, PAGE 844


fuel tank, rear suspension, 8.8, floor pan, glass, tire carrier, rear lamps, high mtd. stop lamp, page 845


license lamp, bumpers, grille, CONT'D, PAGE, 846


engine & transmission CONT'D, exhaust & catalytic converter, air intake, hood, HVAC parts & R-12 refrigerant capacities, CONT'D, Page 848


fender, paint stripes, ext trim, wheels, CONT'D, page 849


wheels, front suspension, steering linkage/column, CONT'D, PAGE 850


frame, strg column, windshield, cowl & dash, CONT'D PAGE 851


instr panel, ctr console, front floor pan, interior door trim, seat belts (87-89 & 90-91 bucket & rear bench) , CONT'D, PAGE 852


glass, vent, cab roof, camper top, side quarter glass, quarter panel, CONT'D, PAGE 853


quarter panel, tailgate, rear suspension, 8.8, fuel tank, tire carrier, CONT'D Page 854


fuel tank, rear floor pan, lamps, rear bumper, CONT'D, PAGE 855
 

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yo,
thanks D

I liked seeing the X member Ford part numbers there; esp since someone was looking to replace the rear unit recently.

Most are for 92-96

The tape stripe page is neat though.

Although some parts are now obsolete, it could help for those that want the documentation (Ford PN's, etc.)
 

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Although some parts are now obsolete, it could help for those that want the documentation (Ford PN's, etc.)
Actually, there are companies that deal in obsolete parts, such as Green Sales Company, out of Ohio. Their parts system does use the Ford part numbers.
So a very good posting, and I also vote for a sticky (in the Tech section).
 

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Actually, there are companies that deal in obsolete parts, such as Green Sales Company, out of Ohio. Their parts system does use the Ford part numbers.
So a very good posting, and I also vote for a sticky (in the Tech section).
yo Andy,
thnx
Green is vg; I also advise others to use them and:
PartsVoice; by Ford PN Great obsolete parts finder

And RearCounter.com by Ford PN, both long & MC short versions
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yo,
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And; Ford has on-line Catalogs, but they are now systematically deleting older years, including 1996 and older
Including: (for HOT LINKs to all, go to my Parts Section @ http://schwimserver5.com/index.php?index=820

Ford Accessories & Licensed Ford Merchandise - accessories (didn't see any Bronco/Ford truck stuff though; probably deleted)
Ford Chemicals and Lubricants (FCSD) - Motorcraft® chemicals & lubricants w/some applicable TSBs, touch-up paints
Ford Motorcraft® (fordinstallersupport.com) - Air Conditioning Parts Catalog, (Bronco/Ford truck & all Fords) w/Ford Part Numbers & Illustrations (108MB pdf)

Ford Motorcraft® (fordinstallersupport.com) - Air, Oil, Trans, Engine Vent & Fuel Filter; PCV Valve Parts Catalog, (Bronco/Ford truck & all makes) w/Ford Part Numbers (Bronco & all makes) & Capacities (73MB file)

Ford Motorcraft® (fordinstallersupport.com) - Battery Application Data, Bronco/Ford truck & all Makes w/Ford part numbers

Ford Motorcraft® (fordinstallersupport.com) - Belt & Hose Parts Catalog, Bronco/Ford truck & all Fords w/Ford Part Numbers, Illustrations & Cross References (32MB file)

Ford Motorcraft® (fordinstallersupport.com) - Brake Parts Catalog, Bronco/Ford truck & all Fords w/Ford Part Numbers & Cross References (96MB file)

Ford Motorcraft® (fordinstallersupport.com) - Electrical Switch Parts Catalog, Bronco/Ford truck & all Fords w/Ford Part Numbers & Illustration (52MB pdf)

Ford Motorcraft® (fordinstallersupport.com) - Engineering Service Number to Sales Number Cross References

Ford Motorcraft® (fordinstallersupport.com) - Fuel & Emission Parts Catalog, Bronco/Ford truck & all Fords w/Ford part numbers, Illustrations, Carburetor Tag Numbers & Cross References (80MB pdf)

Ford Motorcraft® (fordinstallersupport.com) - Oil Filter Application Data, Bronco/Ford truck & all Fords w/Ford part numbers

Ford Motorcraft® (fordinstallersupport.com) - Remanufactured Transmissions & Engines - Dual Brand, Broncos & all Ford (32MB pdf)

Ford Motorcraft® (fordinstallersupport.com) - Remanufactured Transmissions & Engines - Motorcraft® Brand, Broncos & all Ford (19MB pdf); Halli wrote on 30 DEC 2010 that For a Ford Reman 5.8l long block it is 2308.00 exchange. 2210.00 for a 5.0; These are Ford dealer prices in the Mid-South Reman 5.0 = $1914.56

Ford Motorcraft® (fordinstallersupport.com) - Rotating Electrical (Starters, Alternators, Window & Wiper Motors, etc.), Ignition Components, Wire & Cable, Battery Cables, Windshield Washer Pumps, Wiring Harness Accessories, etc. Parts Catalog, Bronco/Ford truck & all Fords w/Ford Part Numbers, Illustrations & Cross References (54 MB pdf)

Ford Motorcraft® (fordinstallersupport.com) - Spark Plug Parts Catalog, Bronco/Ford truck & all Fords & Industrial, Farm, & Garden Equipt., etc. w/Ford Part Numbers & Cross References (12MB pdf)

Ford Motorcraft® (fordinstallersupport.com) - Steering, Suspension & Driveline Systems Components Parts Catalog, Bronco/Ford truck & all Fords w/Ford Part Numbers & Illustrations (12MB pdf)

Ford Motorcraft® (fordinstallersupport.com) - Water Pump, Thermostat, Cap (w/Pressures) & Gasket; Fuel Filler & Oil Filler Caps Parts Catalog, Bronco/Ford truck & all Fords w/Ford Part Numbers & Cross References (29MB pdf)

Ford Motorcraft® (fordinstallersupport.com) - Wiper Blade Parts Catalog, Bronco/Ford truck & all Makes w/Ford part numbers & Cross References (7.5MB pdf)

Ford Motorcraft® (fordinstallersupport.com) - Wiring Pigtails Parts Catalog, Bronco/Ford truck & all Fords w/Ford part numbers & Illustrations (51MB pdf)

Ford Motorcraft® (motorcraft.com) - Motorcraft® parts w/ Ford part numbers, images & descriptions; interchange & buyers guides

Ford Power Products - C6 transmission, 4 & 6 cylinder engines, EEC, etc. (a subsidiary of Ford Motor Company)

Ford Racing - PDF Parts Catalogs; engines, performance parts, wheels, etc.

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Ford Part Numbering System, 89-98 & 99-26 by Roy B at pera.org
Attempting to make sense of what does not make sense, and explaining or defining the impossible was the theme of a show long before Tom Cruise made Mission: Impossible famous. In the original, the same team kept pulling off impossible missions put before them, hence the title. Well, we are going to try and do something pretty close to that – we are going to attempt to make sense of Ford part numbers and how they can help identify casting numbers.

If you’re ever going to understand Ford’s numbering system you have to realize that there are three unique and separate components: the PREFIX, the IDENTIFIER NUMBER and the SUFFIX. Sounds simple but what would a Mission: Impossible be without some confusion? Guess what? There are two distinctly unique yet similar identification numbering systems: first, 1950 thru 1998 and second, 1999 thru 2028.

Ford Production Part Identification Coding
The PREFIX will tell us when the part was originally released by engineering production, what car line it was released for (but not always exclusive to), and by what engineering group. The earlier 1950 through 1998 prefix breaks down like this: First position is the decade; the second position is the year of that decade; the third is that vehicle application; and lastly, the fourth position indicates the engineering group (see example 1, F6AE in the chart on page 21). So "F" tells us that it is in the 1990-’99 decade, "6" tells us that it is 1996, "A" says that it is a Ford but does not narrow it down to any specific vehicle application and, lastly, the "E" tells us that it is from the Engine Engineering group.

The number system adopted in 1999 works out a little differently. The first position provides the actual year definition. The next two digits provide the vehicle application and the fourth digit the engineering group. Again, see example 2, XR3E in the chart. The letter "X" tells us that it is 1999; "R3" that it is a Mustang (once again not always exclusive to); and the "E" Engine Engineering, Dearborn.

The IDENTIFIER NUMBER, which is composed of the four digits in the middle, identifies the part, component or assembly. For example, 6049 indicates a cylinder head, 6250 would be a camshaft and 6009 would be a short block assembly. Unfortunately, I have not seen or found a directory of those numbers so they are something that you learn as you go along. These numbers are the same for all years so there is no difference between the earlier and later designators.

The SUFFIX is designed to tell us the engineering change level. Typically, "A" would mean the original status of the part, then going through the alphabet except for the letter "I" (so as not to be confused with one) as engineering changes occur. If more are required they will run the alphabet a second time AA, AB, AC and so on.

So how does that help with anything that has to do with casting numbers? Nearly all the time the prefix digit will be used in the casting number. However, it rarely, if ever, changes as often as a part number. So you could have an XL3E casting number, 4.6L Ford, PI cylinder head used in both light truck and Mustang; the part numbers may reflect differently but the head castings are the same. What these charts will do is give you a good foundation identifier that you can build upon with other resources. This chart is just one of many tools that help you in the identification process. Is it all the answers? Not at all, but it is a great help in sorting out what seems to be an impossible numbering system to understand. Now that you know how it works you should have much better insight into looking at Ford casting numbers as well part numbers.

Special thanks to David Struck from Baseline Automotive and to Bob Hansen from Industrial Irrigation for insights and assistance.

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Ford Part Number Coding Overview (click Articles) 89-98 & 99-26 by Roy B at pera.org
In the September 2003 installment of "PERA Core Corner," I provided both information and a chart to help with Ford casting and part numbering identification. I mentioned that the center portion of every Ford part number includes an identifier number, which indicates what that component part is. I also stated that I was unaware of any directory to those numbers.

Well, thanks to alert reader Lee Capps, Jr. from Carrollton, TX, who provided a list and pointed me in the right direction, I was able to investigate and complete another part of the "Impossible Mission" as it was referred to in that article.

To get the real flavor of the history you have to go to the beginning, as it was explained to us. Back when Henry Ford first introduced the "Horseless Carriage" onto the scene he quickly realized that parts for repairs would be needed.

Of course since there was no real network of dealerships and/or service facilities in place, Mr. Ford understood that development of a numbering system that would identify components would be extremely helpful. That way the blacksmiths (did you catch that?) and backyard (or more affectionately known "shade tree") mechanics who worked on these cars could get a handle on being able to order the parts they would need.

So Henry Ford himself designed what is still called the Ford Basic Part Number (BPN), those four or more digits in the center of Ford part numbers that tell all. Yes, the same numbers that were called the "identifier number."

Here is where it began: Wheels are 1000 numbers and Brakes are 2000, Front Axle 3000, Rear Axle 4000, Frame 5000, Engine 6000, Transmission 7000, Radiator 8000, Fuel System 9000 and Electrical 10000. But wait, the number will identify even further than that: even numbered BPNs are used on the right hand or passenger side of the vehicle, and odd numbered BPNs are on the left hand or driver’s side of the vehicle. So it began, the foundation upon which everything we see today has been built.

The chart will give you a good overview of how the numbers have developed. There is an even more detailed listing entitled "Ford Basic Part Numbering Systems, Chassis, Engine and Electrical Basic Number Series." If you go to your local Ford Dealer parts department I am certain that they would be happy to print out or copy that page in the very front of the parts catalog.

So if you put this chart along with the one from September you should have your Ford part number and casting identification pretty well satisfied.
 

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yo,
Mels, what is better?
Some of those diagrams in the original post. The catalog we use now is crap..the pics are generic and half the time it doesn't help at all.


The chart will give you a good overview of how the numbers have developed. There is an even more detailed listing entitled "Ford Basic Part Numbering Systems, Chassis, Engine and Electrical Basic Number Series." If you go to your local Ford Dealer parts department I am certain that they would be happy to print out or copy that page in the very front of the parts catalog.
I've never seen or heard of anything like this. I have a print out that I got from a couple guys on the FMC dealer site... its been talked about, like a cheat sheet for the new guys, but there's really not anything - that I know of - that Ford has ever done to gather basic part numbers together.

And hell, half the time they change them. Like an EGR valve for a 03-07 6.0 diesel is a 9F452, but when they went to the 6.4 in 08, they went back to the old basic number for an EGR of 9D475, which is also the basic on a EGR for a gas engine. So really... knowing basic numbers is just something you pick up as you go along when you work in parts. I worked in the truck shop for 2.5 years doing only truck stuff... then when I got moved to the other parts counter and looking up car stuff too... some of the stuff for the little 4 cylinder engines is totally different basic numbers than the trucks. Its aggravating as hell, I've been doing it for almost 5 years and I still struggle.
 

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yo MELs!

Here is the Ford MC site I often use that has some parts by VIN or model, year, engine, and so on drill-down
http://www.fordparts.com


It shows the basic and many times the Long version PN
For example
9A486
(CX-1005)
Air Pump5.0L 302 CID 8 Cylinders; E5TE-9A486-DB
$281.37
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Package Quantity: 1
Weight: 6.30 lbs
Dimensions: 7.00 IN x 7.00 IN x 7.00 IN
Includes depiction, but Comcast has decided that I can't copy & paste the depiction.

Now since someone at Ford decided to "upgrade" the site; the Buyer's Guide now... stinks...lol
It used to show other models, years, engine or tranny, and other applicable info that the long versin PN was used in;
But, here it is for the Pump
Buyer's Guide Results
Part Number: E5TZ9A486D
Description: Air Pump
Manufacturer: Ford
Years:
Applications: 0

If you go back to the Home page and Use the Part # search function for E5TE-9A486-DB
you get;
PUMP ASSY. (EXHAUST AIR SUPPLY)
Part #: E5TE9A486DB
Pack Qty: 1 Shippable $0.00
 

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Man, I worked in Supply Department on USS Constellation on temporary duty, and the GSA supply system (which encompasses all US Gov't supply functions) is easier than this. Engineers know better than to go around changing designations for parts and assemblies, and a company that's in the business of making money loses money every time they frustrate a customer.
 

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Man, I worked in Supply Department on USS Constellation on temporary duty, and the GSA supply system (which encompasses all US Gov't supply functions) is easier than this. Engineers know better than to go around changing designations for parts and assemblies, and a company that's in the business of making money loses money every time they frustrate a customer.
Yo Andy!

I did too! On Sara; and prior on Clamagore, Sailfish, Skagit, Dewey, and about 12 others.

Using old print cats and microfische such as the OBRP; APLs..
 

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Cool! When were you aboard?

And as for what Mels mentioned about part numbers changing (EGR valve as an example), I think I saw that myself, but I'm wondering: was the different number for a different EGR design, i.e. for an electronically-controlled valve versus the vacuum-controlled valves with the 9D475 number?
 

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Yo Andy!

I did too! On Sara; and prior on Clamagore, Sailfish, Skagit, Dewey, and about 12 others.

Using old print cats and microfische such as the OBRP; APLs..

Well, that explains a few things. How mush time did you spend under the water?;) And Diesel fumes to boot. You were old school.
 

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yo Andy & John;

Yes, was old school diesel subs; CV's and other stuff that has been replaced w/nuke/ and other ships that had steam replaced w/ gas turbines / large diesels...
SARA was before SLEP (shhh. some here think I'm like...31...lol

I stepped off an Adams Class and onto the Spruances!

My last assignment was LCAC Program Management... we got it built.

Then off to that five-sided polygon place for awhile... then home in da pinies to rake pine needles, and fix thAngs
 

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My first and 3rd duty assignment in the Navy was with SubRon 4 in Charleston. I worked on the nukes off the Frank Cable for a few months. One of my friends at the time was an old timer MM who worked on one of the last Diesel boats.
 

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My first and 3rd duty assignment in the Navy was with SubRon 4 in Charleston. I worked on the nukes off the Frank Cable for a few months. One of my friends at the time was an old timer MM who worked on one of the last Diesel boats.
yo John,
Those were the days!
I got dirtiest when helpin out the "Black Gang" in engine room

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Yeah, My 1st assignment in the Navy was on the AS-40 in Deck. I was assigned to the YD232(crane Barge) until I got to Corps School and became a Corpsman. Then from there I went Green Side and worked with the Marines. That brought me back with my team for Port Security and instead of rigging stuff out of those tight spaces, I got to do alot of swimming and other such duties "as Assigned...."
 
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