Official recalls have been issued for the 1987 Ford Bronco II by the NHTSA. The complete details of all recalls are listed below, along with what they cover and the recommended solutions.
Fuel pumps typically operate by pressurizing the fuel line to create a vacuum, which pulls fuel from the fuel tank into the engine. The 1987 Ford Bronco II uses two fuel pumps: a low-pressure pump located inside the fuel tank and a high-pressure pump attached to the fuel line and bolted to the frame about midway up the body. Troubleshooting the fuel pump requires locating the diagnostic pressure valve (Schrader valve) located on the fuel supply manifold along the rail.
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1987 Ford Bronco II
Engine: 2.9L V-6
Transmission: A4LD 4-speed automatic
Transfer case: BW1350 and BW1354 with Box4Rox adapter
Front Axle: TTB Dana 44 with 5.38 Spicer gears, Detroit Electric Locker, and drive flanges
Rear Axle: Dana 44 with 5.38 Spicer gears, Detroit Locker, and 33-spline G2 axleshafts
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