hey my dad has a 1994 full size bronco and it ran good but then all of a sudden he was leaving for work and it just shut down on him at first we thought it was the fuel pump so we replaced it and it still didnt work then we figured out that there was an emergeny electric shut off switch on the passenger side so i reset it and when i turned the key on i heard the fuel pump come on but it stays on the whole time the keys on. also when the keys on all plugs fire without the engine o any suggestions of whats going on with it?

Asked by Aug 08, 2015 at 11:43 PM about the 1994 Ford Bronco XLT 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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If the fuel pump stays on all the time, it is usually the fuel pump relay, but you also have a starting issue too. So I would inspect the ignition switch as being the problem. Might also be a wiring issue. Did he hit something that the inertia switch was tripped?

we checked everything even changed the ignition switch and checked the relays

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