There are some blemishes from use. The bolt must be loosened and the connector can be wiggled off. I looked at the Edelbrock intake and it looks like the ticket. Anybody have a used one in good shape they want to part with? Everything works on the truck - every switch, every light, every gauge - everything! The truck always gets attention, looks and compliments. Start engine and look for leaks. I use the truck to pull a fairly heavy boat, a 24 foot camper trailer, and lite to moderate offroading mostly mud and sand. New window tint, new driver and passenger window motors.
I had a brand new one in 96 and I have to say that this one, twenty three years later, comes pretty close to living up to the original hype. Note how thermostat is installed. I bought it from the second owner who was located in Washington state. I had the heads re-worked at that time also. I have a 95 Bronco with a 5.
I also plan to swap to 4. This hose goes into the intake, behind the air intake housing, its kind of hard to get it back in, but y … ou can do it The spark plug firing order is 1 - 3 - 7 - 2 - 6 - 5 - 4 - 8. I will check it out when i tear into the rear end. The red cloth interior looks great! I've been pretty good about changing out the gear oil in both diffs every 10K or so since I have had the 95. Depending on what you are do … ing to your motor,if you are overhauling it you would need to set the timing marks on the cam and the crank shaft gears then install the timing chain.
My question here is two fold for those that may have made this swap before and have advise that can save me time and frustration. I plan on adding an intake, cam, and headers at the very least prior to installation in the truck. I definitely want a limited slip in the rear. The front of the box extends through the firewall into the engine compartment. Currently the truck has no lift and 31x10. My truck has a factory limited slip in the rear diff. A number of guys here have done this swap, ask for some opinions.
It is held in with a white retainer near the rear edge. The 1995 and 1996 fuel injected 5. My truck has a factory limited slip in the rear diff. Rather than replace the head gaskets on a motor with the mileage my 5. I am happy to bring this Bronco to any local mechanic or Ford Dealer and have it inspected for you, at your cost. Since the 460 came stock in F-trucks you can swap one into a Bronco using factory parts. Then the differential and suspension work will commence.
Mechanically sound with 219,000 miles - well cared for and maintained to factory specifications, timing chain done at 180k, recently new year end, both front and rear drive shafts balanced and new U-Joints instal. It is powered by the big 5. . Will I also need to swap the flexplate or Torque converter? To access it, remove several of the screws retaining the black carpet threshold that holds the kick panel down, and remove the large round press in button in the front of the kick panel. Anyone able to clear that up? I want something to lock the rear up when I need it, but want it to unlock to make driving on the street more comfortable. Looking into the engine compartment, it is below the cruise control servo.
Re-check coolant level On the 91 5. So the information I am going to post should work just fine. Maybe a cam, lifters, and roller rockers? Thanks again for the help. This is an extremely well-cared-for truck. If you want more performance then it's like The Man says, no replacement for displacement. I've tried to point out these imperfections in the pictures listed below.
Will I also need to swap the flexplate or Torque converter? I read somewhere that the 5. I've had it for the past 7 months and am only selling it because I've got an investment opportunity, so I need to free up some cash. Picture is a record of the first time the top was removed. When I pulled the 5. New Weathertech floor liners throughout. I also plan to swap to 4.