Truck repair

Asked by Jun 26, 2016 at 12:38 AM about the 1986 Ford Bronco XLT 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I've also replaced the computer as well and you
guessed it that's wright still no fire boys this
bronco has been sit n for 15 years was my
grandfather s  now that I finally got it I'm not let it
sit no more put n it back on road so what I got to
do to get fire to plugs it's been frustrating buy n
parts and still no farther then was but it's OK cuz
hell it's old and needs the stuff anyway just really
like to hear it start

1 Answer

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Would help to know what you have replaced, but I bet one thing you haven't checked, which is the distributor gear that drives the distributor shaft so the rotor can spin to distribute the spark. Check by taking off the distributor cap, and try turning the rotor. If it spins, then the pin sheared off of the gear. Common problem on older Fords.

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