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Recent content by PGreenlawMD

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    Core dash support bracket

    My 67 had the screw broken off seized in the threads when I removed the dash.Removed it and I used a 1/4 ss hex head screw and speed nut and it worked fine.
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    early bronco solenoid

    Hence the struggle to find a switched power source for the sniper. Thanks for all your input. Still learning a lot about this bronco (broncos in general) and I have owned it for 8 years!!!
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    early bronco solenoid

    It was changed a couple of years ago to an MSD HEI distributor. Not done by me but a professional mechanic shop.
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    early bronco solenoid

    I appreciate the input. Should have power at the brown wire at the solenoid at run without crank but do not. I don't think it is worth all the trouble of trying to figure out why I don't at this point and time. The bronco has never had a problem starting or running from an electrical...
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    early bronco solenoid

    Wife just got home so I was able to explore in more detail The solenoid posts for my setup only have power at the "S", "I", and starter post when the engine is cranking. No power from either small post in the run position. That pretty much eliminates anything off the solenoid from being a...
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    early bronco solenoid

    Original bronco solenoid. Power coming in on left hand side with multiple attachments to the large post. Small "S" post with green wire with red stripe connected. Small "I" post with brown wire connected. Right large post with cable running to starter. Powered post has 12 V at all times...
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    Sniper switch power wire

    It has worked so far!!! Some other forums with discussions on the new throttle body EFI systems mentioned similar options although no one confirmed they had done it. It seems the most common difficulty, whether it is sniper, fitech, etc is finding a consistent switched wire that is powered in...
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    Sniper switch power wire

    Sniper EFI is up and running. The original style solenoid did indeed have a brown wire on the I and a green wire on the S post. The brown wire had been painted over so a little acetone revealed the true color. The green red stripe wire had also been painted over, but also been spliced to a...
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    Sniper switch power wire

    It is an original style 4 post solenoid. I will explore when I get a chance. 5 hour drive after work to pick up kids at summer camp in the NC mountains and coming back tomm. Hopefully tomm afternoon will get a chance to explore
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    Sniper switch power wire

    I don’t know. That certainly could be an option to get it up and running and if it works well run with it until I rewire the darn thing. Put an inline fuse which could be low amp since this is just a switch to keep the ECU on. No major amp draw for the pink wire. Any one else with thoughts on...
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    Sniper switch power wire

    1967. I knew the choke wire was an aftermarket addition and had concerns with it not being powered on crank. I will have to look at the solenoid again. I do not recall a brown wire on the I small terminal. This bronco has had many owners and many modifications. I would like to get it up and...
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    ignition switch central post power

    Thank you. That was what I thought based on other forum posts and some research as well my experience so far trying to wire a switched power source for the sniper EFI. Need a switched run and crank wire.
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    ignition switch central post power

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    ignition switch central post power

    Can someone confirm whether or not the central post in an original bronco ignition switch/pigtail is switched power on for run and crank or just run only. I am assuming since the black wire green stripe is the accessory wire hooked to that post that it will also be powered with the key in the...
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    Sniper switch power wire

    I understand 100% what you are saying about the electric choke should be switched power for both run and crank. The green wire with the red stripe and the black wire with green stripe are both connected to the same central post as the electric choke power wire. My understanding is that the green...
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