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Ford Fuel Injection & Electronic Engine Control
Author: Charles O. Probst
Published: June 1993 by Bentley Publishers
Description: All Ford/Lincoln-Mercury Cars and Light Trucks 1988 to 1993

      
Reviewed by edge4Rating:
If you are considering installing EFI in your Bronco, or currently running fuel injection, this book is a must read. There are two separate volumes 84-87 and 88-93. Mr. Probst covers all aspects of EFI; including a comprehensive troubleshooting guide and detailed description of each sensor such as EGR,HEGO,ACT,TPS,etc. Well worth the money at twice the price!
Reviewed by Blueoval4meRating:
I would not have gotten my FI done without this book. I found the wiring harness diagrams the most useful. This book saved me 5 times what I paid for it easily!
Reviewed by SaddleUpRating:
The Charles Probst EFI book is an extremely valuable resource for anyone considering an EFI swap into their Bronco and for those that already have EFI. It covers all of the EFI components with easy to understand explanations that will leave most with a much better understanding of what makes an EFI system tick. I suggest that anyone considering the swap start by going through this book in advance to gain a better understanding of the system. Following this the EFI electrical diagrams are a very useful tool during installation. (Especially for those reworking a stock harness) Once everything is installed the troubleshooting section is invaluable if/when a problem comes up. I consider this a required tool which has done more to help me understand and maintain the Ford EFI in my Bronco than any other resource and therefore I highly recommend it for others.
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