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Old 01-10-2011, 03:18 PM
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im so glad i found this site as i will be converting my 96 bronco to a half cab
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hey man im new to the site and not trying to be a cocky or anything but u need a picture of my truck on those faqs...look at my avitar pic and tell me what u think
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The Centurion has a site all its own. www.fourdoorbronco.com The Centurion (and a few other) conversions began life as F-series crew-cab trucks with the Bronco bed worked in place of the pickup bed.
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I replaced my 1994 XL (302) ECM and coil. No spark. What did I miss or do wrong?
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You'll do much better to start a new thread in the main forum. This isn't the place for tech questions.

You'll get much more help and better responses there.
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radiator interchange 81 bronco

HI, i'm wanting to know what other yr bronco or f series radiator will fit in my 81 full sz. ? appreciate your help, thanks
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Kellie,

Best to start a new thread in the Big Bronco Forum. Your question won't be seen here.
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i just got a 1983 Bronco. I was looking to get some advice and maybe see if i could get some help. this truck has sat up for ten years and im kinda scared to jump in head first. it first had a 6 banger in it. im glad it had a 351M trasplant. i am just woundering if there is anything i should be midful of with this trucks age. when i first started to mess with it i was worried that the clutch would be froze up. i guess i dodged a bullet when i put it in natual and i started to roll. i went to crank it and i was suprised that it fired right up. ive dropped the tank and removed the old fuel it had a very pungent odor to it and it came out black and it slight orange tint to it. i took a light looked in the tank and there was trash all in the bottom of the tank and i took a presher washer and spayed all the trash out and it was one of the cleanest fuel tank ive ever seen. saddly i have ran in to a problem with a set of long tube headers. when i hooked them up on the drver side my frount drive shaft is hitting my headers. im just looking for some help. thanks
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78 BIG Bronco wireing prob.

Hello, i am very new here but i like what i have read so fare. im having an ignition, voltage regulator, solenoid prob. not really sure where. need help please
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wire prob

What are your symptoms?
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Old 11-13-2011, 12:35 AM
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i hook up the battery and the starter engages, and the key is off. i replaced the solenoid sweats, ignition, and now it tries to start on its own.
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Check/replace your neutral safety switch or call ghostbusters.
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Thanks, but I don't think that a 78 bronco had that yet. I think I mite have wires crossed or something. I don't have a good memory now, its a medical thing, just asking for someone to maby tell me where the wires go. Please and thank you.
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Is it possible that you have the starter relay wires crossed? Is it a 3 or 4 terminal relay?
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not really sure, i know there is (2) large post, one on each side. then theirs (2) small post on the front. battery on one side, starter on the other, (sides). (front) when i plug the wires to it, the starter starts turning. i have been working on vehicles for about 17 years, (just a shade tree guy) i work on my things. But, this wiring thing has stumped me.
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