'86 Bronco II Won't Start
I have a '86 Bronco II, 2.9l v6, it won't start.
The Fuel pumps are new and pump fuel. Pretty much everything to do with the sparks are new; distributer/cap/electronic ignition module, ignition coil, solenoid, battery.
I had it running good after a lot of new parts: starter, power steering pump, muffler, some shocks, power booster. The transmission was acting up so it sat for a few months. A friend of my dad's did some work and fixed some gears and gaskets, and the transmission. Now it won't start!
The fuel relay is broken but i used a wire to bypass it for testing, the fuel pumps kick on and i am getting ~40 psi. When i unplugged the inertia switch the pumps won't turn on when I go through the same procedure. So I am thinking that the inertia switch is working. So basically the fuel injectors are not letting gas into the engine.
I don't think that all these injectors would break at the same time. I was reading somewhere that the Power-train Control Module could be causing this. So I was wondering if this might be the issue, and where is the module?(someone has both my manuals). I want to get the module tested.
Also if you know anything else that could be causing this issue it would be much appreciated.
Thanks in Advance.