small-list-digest Friday, April 30 1999 Volume 03 : Number 102

Ford Truck Enthusiasts - Ranger, Explorer, Bronco 2 and Aerostar
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In this issue:

FTE Small - RE: Exhust
FTE Small - Sun Visor for sale
FTE Small - O2 Sensor
FTE Small - 89' Bronco II Clutch



Date: Thu, 29 Apr 1999 09:11:12 -0400
From: "Jason Talbot"
Subject: FTE Small - RE: Exhust

I have a 88 Bronco II. I put a custom cat back system on. I wanted the 2
pipes to exit the rear. The shop told me they couldn't do that because of
the fuel lines the run over the axle on bronco II's. So now I have the 2
pipes coming out the side. Still performs great!

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Date: Thu, 29 Apr 1999 22:35:11 EDT
From: FrdRngrLvr
Subject: FTE Small - Sun Visor for sale

For Sale Sun Visior for a 93-97 Ranger Currently Williow Green Metalic.

make an offer you pay shiping


96 Ranger 160 Hp 4 cylinder 4x2
84 Ranger 4x4
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Date: Thu, 29 Apr 1999 19:56:16 -0700
From: "Ryan Miller"
Subject: FTE Small - O2 Sensor

How does one know when to replace the O2 sensor in a Bronco
II (or any vehicle, for that matter)? The oxygen sensors
that I've dealt with (I'm an electrical engineer working in
the field of environmental controls) slowly degrade; they
don't just fail. I'm assuming that auto O2 sensors are the
same, so they could be good enough to not trigger a fault
code, but bad enough to affect the fuel mixture adversely.
Is this true? If so, how do you test them? Or do you just
toss them after a certain amount of time? I figure that the
sensor in my '87 BII with 160K miles is probably original,
but I've only owned it for the last year, so I don't know
for sure.

Any help would be appreciated.


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Date: Sat, 01 May 1999 00:02:36 -0500
From: Matthew Banevich
Subject: FTE Small - 89' Bronco II Clutch

I have started the procedure of replacing my clutch in my Bronco II, I
have removed both drive shafts and the transfer case.

My question is....

1. What do I have to do to get the bell housing apart from the engine?
2. What do I do with the hose for the reserviour for the Clutch Fluid?
3. What do I do with the stuff for the shifter?
4. Is there anymore crap I have to worry about to get the transmission
5. Is it better to buy the kit from Autozone or Pep Boys.....
Autozone has it in stock....
Pep Boys has it special order....
6. Does a new gasket for the connection between the transfer Case and
the Transmission come with the clutch kit?

Thanks in advance for any help... this is my first time doing such a

86' Bronco... 4.9L-4speed manual... MYBNCO 1 !!!!!!
89' Bronco II 2.9L-5 Speed manual (FOR SALE)( SOON )!!!
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