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1996 Ford Bronco Transmission 4 Speed Automatic

1996 Ford Bronco Transmission 4 Speed Automatic

Despite the fact that the Ford Bronco is a powerful pickup truck with a roomy interior, it is also prone to failing transmissions. For this reason, you should get the most premium parts for your vehicle from auto parts stores like AutoZone. Here are some tips to find the best parts for your 1996 Ford Bronco transmission. This car can handle a lot of rough terrain and can handle various driving styles.

The engine used for the Ford Bronco is a 5.8-liter EFI V8 that produces 150 horsepower. This unit is paired with a four-speed automatic transmission. The Bronco has a dual-range transfer case, a suspension lift, and an optional hardtop. The vehicle comes equipped with keyless entry, air conditioning, and a Pioneer CD stereo. The car was delivered to Ernie Haire Ford in Tampa, Florida and has approximately 123k miles on it. The original owner purchased it new and had it refurbished. It is the original owner's vehicle with 123k miles on it.

The Ford Bronco XLT was introduced in 1995. It came equipped with a 4-speed automatic transmission and an upgraded engine. The manual transmission is now replaced by a 5.0-liter V8 engine with an electronic overdrive gearbox. The manual transmission had the same power output as the manual version, but it was equipped with a six-speed manual transmission. This car's V8 has a horsepower rating of 660, so it is still a strong contender in the pickup truck market.

If you want to find a good car or truck part store, look for a local dealership. Most auto repair shops offer a wide range of quality parts and services, including car battery charging and engine diagnostics. There are also some great deals on used cars and trucks at AutoZone. When it comes to a 1996 Ford Bronco, the price range can be anywhere from $1,159 to $5,705.

The Ford Bronco XLT was available with three engine options: a 5.8-liter V8 with a four-speed automatic transmission and a five-speed manual. The four-speed E4OD transmission had the most horsepower, and was the most popular. The third-generation model dropped the 300ci Inline-6, but stayed. XLT sport package added standard driver's SRS airbag. XLTs also featured body colored bumpers and grille.

The 1996 Ford Bronco's four-wheel-drive transmission was an option for the XLT sport package. The latter featured a 5.8-liter V8 with an automatic transmission and a four-speed dual-range transfer case. The XLT sport package added standard SRS airbags for both the front and rear seats. The XLT sport package also had a body-colored grille and bumpers.

1996 Ford Bronco Transmission 4 Speed Automatic