Ford bronco

Asked by Kiddsmith Aug 02, 2018 at 05:02 PM about the 1993 Ford Bronco XLT 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I got a 93 Ford bronco I was airing up the tire an it
died I tried to start it an noticed fuel pump wouldn’t
kick on so I changed it then noticed it still won’t
kick on so I ran a hot wire still no start so I check for
spark an nothing I changed the ignition control
module an still no fuel pump or spark what’s wrong
with it

2 Answers

First off I hope you didnt drop your fuel tank and replace your pump with out doing more troubleshooting. Will it start if you spray starter fluid directly into the intake. If not then you have a spark problem. Also I think there are 2 fuel pumps 1 in the tank and 1 on the rail under the driver side. I have seen a problem like yours being the negative cable was corroded near the battery and the brain was not getting power. btw the brain supplies a ground to the fuel pump not the positive. sniff under the dash on the driver side and on the firewall on the driver side where the big wiring harness plugs into the brain for burn smell.

No it won’t start even with starting fluid it has no spark I hooked up a positive to kick the fuel pump on because I didn’t know I lost spark at the time I’ll do that today I appreciate your help I’ll keep you informed

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