I’m in the process of restoring my 1993 Ford Bronco, I’ve owned a few of these when I was younger and I got an opportunity to pick up a pretty clean one for a decent price. I’m currently going through the entire vehicle and updating and upgrading as I see fit. I’m currently enrolled in a comprehensive engine repair course with emphasis on Ford engines, this should be fun!
This post will be repairing a brittle vacuum hose, at this point I have no idea what it goes to or how to properly repair it, but it can’t be that hard right? I use http://www.fullsizebronco.com forums for help, those guys over there know what they are talking about and the site has a wealth of resources for the ‘new’ Bronco owner.
I’m always open to tips or advice in the comments section. I’ll post pictures when its repaired and how I did it, hopefully I Can add video too! 😉
I repaired the vacuum hose today with the help of this great thread from http://www.fullsizebronco.com.
I did it the exact same way, tested it, and the A/C blower works as it should, blows harder and seems to blow cooler now.
I’ve added the AFTER pics.
My current project and daily driver, 1993 Ford Bronco 4X4, 5.0L with 6″ SuperLift kit installed. I got big plans for her over time and the guys over at http://www.fullsizebronco.com I’m sure will be a wealth of knowledge. Stay tuned.