1989 Ford Bronco Turn Signal Switch Installation?

Answer Turn signals are a safety feature on the 1989 Ford Bronco. The signals allow you to notify other drivers of your intent to change lanes or turn the Bronco. If your turn signal switch fails, you mig... Read More »

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How to Replace the Turn Signal Switch in a Ford Van?

The turn signal switch in a Ford van resides in the steering column and allows you to activate or deactivate the turn signals with the turn signal stalk. Another duty of the switch is activating th... Read More »

How to Replace the Turn Signal Switch on My 1998 Ford Explorer?

Your 1998 Ford Explorer does not have a separate switch just for the turn signals; rather the Explorer is equipped with a multifunction switch, located in the steering column, which controls the tu... Read More »

How to Install a Turn Signal Switch on 1995-1998 Ford Windstars?

The turn signal system on 1995-98 Ford Windstars is controlled by a switch located inside the steering column. The switch consists of the main body and the turn signal stalk. The stalk sticks out f... Read More »

Is a 1989 Ford Bronco 5.8 a small or big block?

The 1989 full-size Ford Bronco is designed with a 5.8-liter 351 Windsor Ford small-block engine. The 351 Windsor motor is designed as a small-block eight-cylinder motor with an overhead valve syste... Read More »