My 1988 bronco 2 wont start

Asked by May 17, 2017 at 04:53 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Why wont my 1988 bronco 2 start i replaced fuel
pump and wouldnt get power with the fuel pump
wiring harness so i ran a wire hot with a switch and
replaced fuel filter, fuel injectors and spark plugs
but still nothing? Could anyone help

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Before you hot wired it, did you replace the fuel pump relay? If you didn't than you shouldn't of hot-wired it. Because your running a hot wire for no reason. " the distributor modulo operates the fuel pump and injectors, it will not fire". By you hot wiring it you burned out the modulo. The distributor modulo is mounted on the back of the distributor and it takes a special tool to take it off. So if you didn't replace the fuel pump relay, you burned out the modulo. So you will have to replace them both. Do not pull the distributor, buy the special tool, are you will get it out of time and have a real problem!!! Post back if you need more help. Tom

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