1992 Ford Bronco Overview

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Custom 4WD
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4.55 stars

Based on 11 reviews

It Has A Huge Gas Tank! by lomax1
 — it's an ex-cop car so the performance is second to none! i drove my uncles hemi ram 4door p/u w/cap on it. I believe my bronco has a little more giddy-up-go than the ram. the hemi beats me in the fuel... Read More
Wish It Was Still Made... Still Hoping !!!! by Jim
 — I have always liked the Ford Bronco this is my second one and I wish I could find a very nice 1996 which was the last year it was made.... Ford made a concept but it never was reintroduced. Still t... Read More
Wicked Awesome Truck by Tony
 — They say sports cars have two seats and no roof. Well this is the mother of all sports cars. Take the top off and the rear bench seat and what do you have? The Ford Bronco ST (SportTruck) with is 5.0L... Read More

1992 Ford Bronco Overview

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1992 Ford Bronco

The 1992 Ford Bronco retained its appeal to drivers looking for a rugged two-door off-road utility vehicle.  Even though the SUV market had not yet taken off, there were plenty of buyers out there looking for the sturdiness, cargo capacity, and roomy interiors of the workhorse Bronco.

A redesign wasn't targeted so much at the aesthetics of the '92 Bronco as at its safety features.  Front crumple zones were a key element of the updated front end, and shoulder belts were added for the passenger seats.

By the standards of the later '90s, the entry-level Bronco XLT's cabin was pretty basic, but remember there's a reason why they called them 'utility vehicles'.  The Eddie Bauer and Custom trims offered more frills on the interior; the Eddie Bauer also came standard with the 5.8 liter V-8 that was optional on the other trims.

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Ford Bronco Questions

markemarq
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Where Are The Oxygen Sensor And Coolant Temp Sensor Located On A 1992 5.8 ...

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zrxdude
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92 Bronco: How Do I Take Off The Whole Hub Assembely?

i have taken out the locker, the axle nuts, and removed the outer bearing so i could pull the whole hub assembely off. but when i went to slide it off it seems to be catching on something? now i have ...

45 views with 1 answer (last answer 11 months ago)
Brandon Friedman
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How Do I Fix My Fuel Level Sensor?

My gas gauge wont work while the engine is running, I know it is my fuel level sensor. How do I fix the problem without dropping the tank?

189 views with 1 answer (last answer about a year ago)
justinjenny09
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What Is The Firing Order For A 1992 Ford Bronco. 5.8 Litre

what is the firing order for a 1992 ford bronco, 5.8 litre

1,446 views with 3 answers (last answer 5 years ago)
pasdip
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Changing Bulbs On Front Side Markers.

Would any one have any info on how to remove the bulbs for the front side markers on the 92 Bronco. I can't seem to locate the bolt to remove the housing. Thank You, your help is appreciated. Pasquale

142 views with 1 answer (last answer 6 years ago)