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88 Ford BroncoII won't start


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01-26-02, 10:56 AM   #1  
88 Ford BroncoII won't start

It was running fine. Parked for 2 days to take another vehicle on trip. Returned and it wouldn't start. Tried jump starting...no good. Has got good spark and is getting fuel and is turning over. Any ideas?

 
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01-26-02, 04:08 PM   #2  
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Not sure of your actual problem.

If it always gets good spark and fuel, it should be running. Is not getting one of the two.

Check my post "The Basics" for more ideas, including pulling your trouble codes.

Tell us what you find.

 
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02-07-02, 06:42 PM   #3  
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maybe a long shot but check the crash switch either in the rear left panel(cargo area) or the front passenger lower kick panel as they get older they can trip more often from door slamming, or fom some one backing in to it usally no body damage is noticable.

 
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02-08-02, 03:25 AM   #4  
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True...but usually you get NO fuel .

That switch is called a fuel pump inertia switch.

As I recall on the Bronco II it is in the middle near the radio area near the floor tunnel.

 
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