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have you gotten an answer for the wiring on your 82 ford bronco w a 351C? i have the same problem putting a 351C into my 81 ford bronco

1981 Ford Bronco | Answered on Dec 19, 2013


1-5-4-2-6-3-7-8. Number one plug is on passengerside.1-2-3-4 front to back. Drivers side 5-6-7-8. Front to back. Point gap 17-19. Number one wire should go in the one o'clock post on the cap.

1981 Ford Bronco | Answered on May 30, 2012


Yes they both have the same part number and will interchange.

1981 Ford Bronco | Answered on Jan 12, 2012


Some had the filter like GM in the carburetor where the fuel line goes in. Some were in the line and some of the fuel injected models had it on the frame rail. If thyis helps any one please rate it thanks

1981 Ford Bronco | Answered on Jan 05, 2012


Yes, you have a dead short / either Hot to Hot, or Hot to ground. Very likely a shorted bulb or bulb socket. Maybe a crushed wiring location under the chassis ?

1981 Ford Bronco | Answered on Jun 02, 2011


you have to remove diff cover. it does have a fill hole, keep looking

1981 Ford Bronco | Answered on Feb 27, 2011


you will have to remove the motor, pull oil pan replace crank and change the push rods and cam but if your are going that far why stop for just that little bit you might as well go and pull he heads have them port and pollished add headers and new high rise intake and bigger carb the remove the oem fan and water pump buy a electric water pump and electric fans to mount on the radatior.

1981 Ford Bronco | Answered on Feb 05, 2011


Did you just hook this up or was it working before? First batt voltage should not drop below 9.6v under load/cranking, second thing comes too mind is if your running a ballast resistor and where you have pos. wire for point less ignition-before or after ballast resistor alot of pointless ignitions want you to get the power before resistor so the ignition module has enough voltage to work with. also you can check voltage at coil during cranking to see- you need to be above about 7 volts or so. Also little known fact, if you have stater sol. on firewall/fender and you have second small terminal labeled "I" if you connect this directly to coil pos. it will apply full batt to coil during start only-by passing resistor.

1981 Ford Bronco | Answered on Jan 24, 2011


it sits in a box above your passenger's feet. this is not a big project as it precedes all the airbags and wrap around dashboards. may want to find an old chiltons or haynes on ebay. most likely very cheap.

1981 Ford Bronco | Answered on Dec 27, 2010


I'm pretty sure I could find you one. How much were you looking to pay for it? (I don't get 'em free, ya know...) Email me at GoMecNC@gmail.com

1981 Ford Bronco | Answered on Nov 23, 2010

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