I have a 1988 bronco full size eddie bauer part car. What years would the majority of the 1988 parts fit?

Asked by Jan 27, 2007 at 09:38 PM about the 1988 Ford Bronco

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Hi Mrshep ... Of course that depends on the parts in question. 1988 was the first model year that all Bronco were fuel injected for example. The general design of that generation of Broncos runs 1987-1991 so I imagine a lot of parts would port between those years rather easily. Beyond that it's on a part-by-part basis. Hope that helps!

I've heard tell '80-1991 ford truck/bronco parts, but definitively 1987-1991 used same (F series-ALL)heavy duty frame(only years that had these shared frames)1987 first yea for fuel injection and I believe also anti-lock rear disc brakes in 1988,all engines except diesel/460cu.in. (doors,glass ,turn signals,, etc... wiring harness,every thing on front clip/suspension components etc...

post script-gas tanks were different on bronco's than on fellow f150 trucks...

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