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Articles in the 'Electrical' Category

Liberty Electric Fan for your Early Bronco

Saturday, February 28th, 2009

Tech article by Viperwolf1 While gathering parts for my 5.0 EFI install I happened across a two speed electric fan from a 2004 Jeep Liberty, part number 55037669AE. This Liberty did not have the towing package. With the towing package the Liberty will have a different electric and a mechanical fan. The shape looked simple […]

Plug-in Trailer Harness

Saturday, January 31st, 2009

Tech article by Viperwolf1 Many modern vehicles with trailer towing capability have dealer or aftermarket support for trailer harnesses that simply plug in to the vehicle’s factory wiring harness. Early Broncos do not. However the factory Bronco harness has the advantage of simplicity of design. After examining the taillight harness it became clear that a […]

Early Bronco Ignition Switch Removal

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

Tech article by Dan Thomas (Jeepster)

Fuel Sending Unit

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

Tech article by Dan Thomas (Jeepster)

Alternator Mounting

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

Tech article by Howard Eglett (BwoncoHowie) The purpose of this article is to help those who seek to upgrade their alternator to the large housing Motorcraft 1G version. The information covered here will only pertain to the mounting process and will hopefully give an idea of what materials may be needed to help in mounting […]

How to make a Homemade Tig Welder

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

Tech article by Richard Burris (ricks77eb) Adapted from a post by Craig Kepner. Photos used with permission. I guess you could call this a Junkyard Tig Welder. The idea is you can mount a regular Ford 130 amp 3G style alternator on to your air compressor (or similar motor) so that you can use the […]

Centech Wiper Switch Connector

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

Tech article by Lars Pedersen (Lars) When I bought my Centech harness two years ago, I discovered that they supplied a wiper switch that was completely different than the one in my Bronco. Besides being different, it didn’t interchange mechanically or electrically with the stock switch. It required modifying the hole in the dash, modifying […]

Basic Vehicle Electrical Diagnosis

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

Tech article by Gilbert Leonard (bert) The purpose of this article is to help provide a little background information to troubleshoot most basic electrical problems. The information contained is from personal experience in the automotive field and is not to be understood as absolute or the only solution to finding electrical problems. Some of the […]

The “Alice” Turn Signal Lens Modification

Monday, January 5th, 2009

Tech article by Todd Z. (toddz69) They’re bulbous, ugly, protruding pieces. They look out of place, like they don’t fit, as if they were some designer’s afterthought. They’re often cracked, broken, or missing. Their gaskets are usually cracked, petrified, shrunken shadows of their original selves – offering no protection from the elements and certainly not […]