I believe they are made by Dorman but you need to replace both strike bolts. One on each side. O'reily's carries them. Also on my 90 BII I glued a small rubber bumper on the lift to hit the light switch and make better contact.
Well after 31 years of service the Blower Motor on my 1990 XLT Bronco II gave up the ghost. I was able to source a New OEM Motorcraft Blower Motor from Rockauto. As long as I had to remove the Engine Air Filter box to do the job I went ahead and replaced the Blower Motor Control...
It means they will lock automatically when you push the 4x4 button to go into 4 wheel drive and you do not need to get out of the BII and lock them in when you pull the shifter (you don't have a shifter) in the cab from 2 wheel drive to 4 wheel drive. I did not want the automatic 4x4 button on...
That depends on what you want out of the BII. When I found my near perfect, never been off road 1990 BII XLT, Manual locking hubs with 103,000 on it in 2015. I drove it home to AR from VA and then started replacing parts. Anything to do with brakes I replaced. It may not have needed it...
Yep that is where mine is. Just inside the hatch opening on the right hand side. I keep gloves, lighting hookup and when I travel a qt of transmission fluid and my locking spare tire key. I do have the spare tire on the swing away bracket.
The connector is located on the right side (passenger's) side of the firewall near the strut tower. The operation procedure is listed in section 6-2 under EEC-IV system trouble codes. in the Haynes Ford Ranger & Bronco II Automotive Repair Manual 1983-1992 The book is 36070 (1026)
That is generally what I get Jerry when I am just driving back and further to town every day which is 10 miles each way. About half in the city and about half on open road. So I get around 17.5 to 18.5. If I take it to Tulsa or KC and run around the 65 MPH mark it I get around 24 or 25.