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Popular Genuine Ford Bronco Parts

  • Shock Absorber

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    Shock Absorber

  • Seat Belt

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    Seat Belt

  • Windshield Wiper

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    Windshield Wiper

  • Ignition Switch

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    Ignition Switch

  • Fuel Pump

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    Fuel Pump

  • Instrument Cluster

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    Instrument Cluster

  • Headlight

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    Headlight

  • Steering Wheel

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    Steering Wheel

  • Oil Filter

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    Oil Filter

  • Oxygen Sensor

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    Oxygen Sensor

  • Wheel Cover

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    Wheel Cover

  • Door Handle

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    Door Handle

  • Engine Control Module

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    Engine Control Module

  • Speedometer Cable

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    Speedometer Cable

  • Power Steering Pump

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    Power Steering Pump

  • Brake Disc

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    Brake Disc

  • Water Pump

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    Water Pump

  • Fog Light Bulb

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    Fog Light Bulb

  • Door Lock

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    Door Lock

  • Speedometer

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    Speedometer

About Ford Bronco

Ford Bronco, as a Multi-Purpose Vehicle (MPV), was produced by the great American multinational automaker Ford Motor Company from 1966 to 1996. Introduced in 1966 as the competitor to the small four-wheel-drive compact SUVs such as Jeep CJ-5 and International Harvest Scout, Ford Bronco was a rough-and-tumble off-road vehicle that could tackle trails and fording streams. Although after being manufactured through five generation, the production of Ford Bronco ended, Ford announced at the 2017 North American International Auto Show that Bronco would be back for the 2020 model year.
The fourth-generation Ford Bronco (1987-1991) was introduced along with the eighth-generation Ford F-Series, that is why it was given a similar update. It was offered in trim levels including Base, XL, XLT and Eddie Bauer as well as two special editions Silver Anniversary Edition and Nite option package. Back then Ford Bronco was powered by a 4.6 L Straight inline 6-cylinder, 4.95 L V8 and 5.75 L V8 engines paired with the 5-speed manual, 3-speed and 4-speed automatic transmissions. Then following the introduction of the ninth-generation Ford F-150, the second-generation Ford Bronco (1992-1996) was also unveiled for the 1992 model year. It added new XLT Sport trim and the Nite edition was still available. Ford Bronco still got the engine options from the previous generation but gave up the 3-speed automatic transmission and retained 4-speed automatic and 5-speed manual transmissions.

Ford Bronco Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

As one of the first SUVs, Ford Bronco could be regarded as a versatile one that could be served as a family sedan, sports roadster, snowplow or farm and civil defense vehicle. So, if you also have a Ford Bronco, then you will have the interest in these:
First, starting issues. At car repair statistics site CarComplaints.com, the engine issue is the top complaint about Ford Bronco. Generally speaking, when Ford Bronco reaches about 100,000 miles, the engine starts to make strange noises, then runs roughly even misfire. The vehicle also gets affected to suffer from starting issues such as hard starting or inability to start. Furthermore, overheating because of leaking coolant would shorten engine lifespan considerably. Needless to say, engine performance will plummet as well. So, once the Check Engine Light in your Ford Bronco comes on and decrease in power while acceleration and fuel efficiency appear as well, you are supposed to inspect the EGR valve, EGR filter, oxygen sensors and radiator cap.
Second, steering problem. This is also a very common issue on Ford Bronco. Some experienced Ford Bronco drivers offered that before steering failed completely, some signs would emerge beforehand. First of all, when turning the steering wheel, it will give out squeaking, grinding, clicking or clunking sounds; then the steering tilt function could not be locked; or when turning the steering wheel, it operates roughly; finally, the steering could not return to the middle. If your Ford Bronco is also suffering from these symptoms, then the upper steering column must be the culprits.
In fact, there are always unexpected situations happen when driving, and that is why the preventative measures are so important for you. In your Ford Bronco, preventative measures mean you should perform routine maintenance on some vulnerable parts that could not last as long as your Bronco could. For example, electrical parts are easy to wear out due to a high frequency of usage. Window switch, front door striker and rear door striker in Ford Bronco should be maintained on a regular basis.
An important point you should know is OEM Ford Bronco auto parts have greater assurance in quality, reliability and durability than any aftermarkets parts so stop taking risk and waste your precious time and money on them. In long run, OEM parts are more economical, and FordPartsPrime.com owns a broad selection of genuine lowest-priced Ford Bronco auto parts online. Backed by the manufacturer's warranty, hassle-free return policy and fastest delivery service, these OEM Bronco parts are bound to fit your vehicle perfectly and bring its performance to the fullest in the shortest time. So, why still hesitate?