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Mike202

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Since: Sep 11, 2003
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(Msg. 1) Posted: Thu Sep 11, 2003 5:10 pm
Post subject: 1989 Bronco II Fuel Filter
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Can anyone tell me where the fuel filter is located? I bought this truck
late last year, and now its not running so good.

While driving, the 'check engine' light comes on and the engine dies
immediately. Sometimes it starts back by itself (like if you had popped the
clutch). When pulling up to a stop sign or light, as soon as the engine
idles down, it dies. It always starts right back up, with just one crank.
If I am accelerating, it runs ok, but if its cruising along or decelerating,
it wants to die.

Like I said, I bought this truck late last year. So far, I've put in
brakes, a starter, 5 tires, and fluid/filter changes, but I couldn't find
the fuel filter.

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JWT6362

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Since: Sep 22, 2003
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(Msg. 2) Posted: Tue Sep 23, 2003 3:25 am
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Look under the deivers side along the frame. It should be right under the
driver side. There is a bracket holding it on and it will be a canister about
as big around as a soda can and 4 or 5 inches long. My son bought a 89 Bronco
II 4x4 this summer and we put alot of work into it so if you have any more
questions just shoot one of us an e-mail. His is wildwes216 @aol.com, mine is
JWT6263 DeleteThis @aol.com. some of your problem sounds familiar, but we ended up
replacing the fuel pump to resolve the issue. The fuel pump is located in the
gas tank but be careful.
Good luck.

Jay

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Mike203

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(Msg. 3) Posted: Tue Sep 23, 2003 3:44 am
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Thanks Jay! I'll look for it tomorrow morning. I sincerely hope it isn't
the fuel pump, but I'd almost bet it is.

Mike



"JWT6362" wrote in message

 > Look under the deivers side along the frame. It should be right under the
 > driver side. There is a bracket holding it on and it will be a canister
about
 > as big around as a soda can and 4 or 5 inches long. My son bought a 89
Bronco
 > II 4x4 this summer and we put alot of work into it so if you have any more

is

 > replacing the fuel pump to resolve the issue. The fuel pump is located in
the
 > gas tank but be careful.
 > Good luck.
 >
 > Jay
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