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Old 04-11-2009, 12:38 PM
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1984 Bronco 300 6 Engine Wiring

1984 Bronco 300 6 Engine Wiring

I bought my Bronco the other day and the guy I got it from was in the early stages of an engine swap so he has pulled all the wires off of the motor. Click the image to open in full size. I've got the 4.9 6 and want to keep it, because of the torque.Click the image to open in full size. Anyways I have been putting it back together but now I am not sure where exactly all these wirs hook up! I have searched and searched for a picture or a good diagram, I have the Haynes and Chilton but there a little convaluded. So any advice or a few pics of your 300 6 engine would be appreciated! Thanks, Jartbaker
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Might try the Auto Zone web site. I think they have some diagrams posted.
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With all due respect, if you can't read a diagram from a Chilton's, then no one is going to be able to show you a wiring diagram that will make sense to you. If there is a specific question you have, we're glad to help, but a wiring diagram is a wiring diagram - showing what goes where by color is about all one can do.
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Check steve83s links over at FS Bronco. He has a lot of diagrams and drawings.
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