How to Remove an Oil Pump Screen on a 1988 Bronco II with 2.9L Engine?

Answer The oil pump on a 1988 Ford Bronco II with the 2.9-liter engine takes the oil that sits in the oil pan and pumps it up through the engine. The pump has a metal screen on it, which prevents large pa... Read More »

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Where is the fuel pump located on a 1988 Ford Bronco?

The fuel pump on a 1988 Ford Bronco is located under the hood. Open your hood and locate your engine house. Look to the passenger's side of the engine front cover where your engine connects to your... Read More »

How to Remove the Steering Wheel on a 1988 Ford Bronco II?

You can easily remove the steering wheel on your 1988 Ford Bronco II for replacement or to service the column bearings, the U-joint or some other component in your Bronco II's steering system. Even... Read More »

The Location of a PCV Valve on a 1988 Ford Bronco With 2 Fuel Injectors?

The PCV (Positive Crankcase Ventilation) valve, part of the engine's emissions control system, needs replacing about once a year. Though it's not recommend, you can clean the valve by using a solve... Read More »

How to Remove a 5.0 Water Pump on a 1988 Mustang?

The 1988 Ford Mustang was available with the eight-cylinder 5.0 liter engine as optional equipment. The 5.0 relies on a belt-driven water pump to circulate the water throughout the engine and the r... Read More »