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88 bronco2

Discussion in 'Bronco II' started by bonham, August 8, 2011.

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  1. bonham

    bonham New Member

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    just wondering if anyone could tell me where to start? when i press down on the gas it sounds like its backfiring it goes pop pop pop, when i let off it goes away only to return when i give it gas
     
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  3. bonham

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    mystery solved

    well i removed the driverside valve cover, found one of the rockerarms was almost off the valvespring! i loosened the rockerarm, and it sprung back to its place. i needed to change vc gasgets any way so it was a good day under the hood.
     
  4. janderson4010

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    nice its always good when something turns out to be a straightforward fix, i hate chasing gremlins around, thats why I eventually swapped a 4.0 into my BII
     
  5. bonham

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    yeah, down the road i hope 2 do a 4.0 swap just got to do some research, find out the easiest one to do it with mine is a88 5 speed 4x4 and i want to keep it a 5 speed
     
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    Yeah the 4.0 is a pretty straightforward swap, esp w a 5spd, let me know if u need help when u go down that road im glad to answer any questions I know the answer to
     
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    dont be suprised if i do just have to be patciant and look for the best donor thanks for any help down the road
     

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