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1993 Ford Bronco #8 fuse keeps blowing. Then dash lights work but won't start...
\015 Starting putting my Bronco back together after a couple years of sitting. First day, fired right up, no problems. Second day, #8 fuse keeps blowing and truck won't start. (#8 is not ignition...) I crossed solenoid and it fired right up. Replaced solenoid but still won't start even though all dash lights are working fine. Could use a little help with both issues! Thanks\015
The number 8 fuse is the courtesy light that is part of the cigarette lighter,the horn,this has nothing for the power management,You have the famous TFI ignition module for its no spark condition,there should be on some year models a ballast resistor, these dont really go out but they were installed to protect the coil for over voltage,it is slim that this is the problem but you still need to make sure voltage goes through it.its just a resistor,then you have the pick up coil which is inside the distributor,so mainly 2 componenet of sometimes start TFI which is on the side of the distributor, and pick up which is in the distributor,Do the most famous failure of them all the TFI module
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