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Thanks for the replies. as part of my orientation check out i adjusted the tire pressure and guess what ?? No more hopping so was a good suggestion. Now got some electrical problems. Will repost under different heading .
On even a moderate washboard on a wet or dry dirt road, on a curve or not, moderate speed, just turn the wheel a bit and if she's hoppin a bit Goldie will kick up her hind legs and start to go sideways. Have had other pressing problems but suspect loose rear spring shackles. Is this a common problem?
- Sat Mar 07, 2020 11:30 am
- Forum: Bronco Tech
- Topic: Starting Bronco II after 5 years
- Replies: 3
- Views: 1658
First disable it so it cannot start. Pull the wire to the dizzy. Check If there is fuel and if it has that horribie smell drain and add fresh fuel.. Make sure there is oil in the crankcase and all under hood fluids are ok,. Do a visual check that all the components are there and not disconected. Cha...