Exactly what Year bronco are you discussing here?
This is what I've seen you post so far;
"have had this problem on my 92 bronco
"I bought this 1996 Bronco
.eddie bauer from the wifes ex.. he really doesnt know about these at all... said it started shifting funny so he grabbed and yanked on the shift linkage.... I know what you are thinking and I know there is no shift liinkage...but like I said he doesnt know about this stuff... anyway turns out he yanked on teh throttle and cruise cables... My bronco is acting like it is in limp mode but the od off is not flashing on the column... I am thinking the tps is bad and when I pulled the codes it said that the peddle sensor and the secondary air injection has low volt..."
If it's all on a 96 Bronco then you've had these problems & done this so far:
... replaced the tps and the heater core... My bronco shifts like a dream now... no problems
... ign tune-up - plugs, cables, etc.
... cruise does not work all the relays and fuses check out... now I recently fixed my horn and when I tried to turn on cruise it would not engauge so I hit the off button for the cruise and the f%#&@ horn sounded... yep the off button on my steering wheel makes my horn go off...I noticed some melting int he fuse area from teh previous owner and am wondering if maybe some wires may have melted and are touching..."
... coolant gauge is not working....there are several other electrical problems but I am sure we can get to those later... anyway.. hope to get some info..."
& the seller had prev rear end work done at a shop?
So do the Code check again; Remember to have engine @ Normal Operating Temperature before doing the KOER portion
I drive it around and go theorugh reverse, etc before I start the test; make sure all accessories are off (lights, radio, HVAC fan, etc.)
post any codes found here
I know I posted the;
Pointer Waiver TSB 96-21-11 for 92-96; "...The speedometer needle may waver and/or a light surge may occur on some vehicles when speed control is used at highway speeds between 80-113 km/h (50-70 mph). This may be due to slight dents/chips in either the exciter ring or the Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) and air gaps between the VSS and the exciter ring..."
for you in your previous Post here.
Any chance of finding what "rear end" work Good Year did?
Next step is to check that the VSS "signal" is getting through to the PSOM
Was the VSS connector looking good?
Sensor, VSS (also called called RABS), 4WABS & PSOM, PCM Wiring Diagram & Info for 94-96 Bronco; "..vehicle speed control may be used as a good indicator. If it works normally, then the speedometer module is at least receiving a speed input signal and the wiring and sensor can be assumed to be good..."
Source: by Steve83
NOTE, Steve advises to; To bypass the 4WABS Module & feed the ABS signal directly to the PSOM, jumper LG/Bk to LG/Y, and R/Pk to O/LB
I'd do this if the 96's AMBER ABS LIGHT is LIT.
Steve also shows what Ford stated was the resistance for the VSS sensor; "Rear axle sensor should read 800-1400 Ohms across the pins, and more than 10 Ohms from the metal shell to either pin"
but my 96 Bronco PCED, Section 5A (for DTC P0500) says; resistance should be between 170 and 270 ohms; so we have a problem here.
Anyway; the Ford VSS sensors usually are VG in quality.
I'd post the entire PCED pin-point testing for you here, but I'll wait for your response to the year and all the current DTCs