by jphillips93 on Oct 2, 2012 Vehicle: 1994 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer 2dr SUV 4WD
I have 94 bronco with the 351 under it with the auto tranny 4speed with o/d. i have a problem with it slipping into what seems to be netural when shifting from 4th to od and sometimes before that. Stepping on it at a light the other day i hit about 30mph and it just reved up to about 4grand and would go back into gear till i came to a complete stop any ideas on what it might be. I added a little fluid to it hoping it would help, havent had much time to test it out.
by Murfman on May 24, 2010 Vehicle: 1994 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer 2dr SUV 4WD
I absolutely love this truck. I just turned 16 and got it for a first truck. It sounds great and drives smooth. It took me a while to figure out how you take it outta for wheel drive. All ya got to do is put it in neutral and press the brake. I have 37" tires on it with an 8 inch lift with the 351 under the hood. And I'm getting around 13 miles to the gallon. So it's awesome. I would recommend this for anyone.
by Steve on Apr 10, 2006 Vehicle: 1994 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer 2dr SUV 4WD
This was hands down the best truck I have ever owned. It had its typical repairs you would expect from a 12 year old truck, but it ran strong and reliably until it decided to spontaneously combust. The engine compartment burst into flames after sitting for five days and not running at all. Other than the fire it was a fantastic vehicle and will be sorely missed.
by Kaboom on Aug 9, 2004 Vehicle: 1994 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer 2dr SUV 4WD
This is my second '94 Bronco. I've put
over 150,000 miles in Broncos and have
only had to do 1 repair (other than
basic maint like oil, battery, tune ups
every 30k) in the past 11 years on both
trucks. Awesome ride, power, cargo
space. Tough as nails and looks great.
Current one has 157,000 miles, just put
a new rear end (the 1 repair) and it
drives like new. Solid truck that will
hold whats left of its value. Safe,
fun, and powerful.
by Jim/Jenna on Feb 17, 2004 Vehicle: 1994 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer 2dr SUV 4WD
We owned it for 2 months with no
problems. Then we had to drive to
Texas. On the 2nd day of our journe the
fan was torqued off and hit the
waterpump.(We were pulling a 88 Bronco
2). So we got the waterpump replaced.
Then 40mi down the road it happened
again, this time it broke the waterpump
and the radiator. So we fixed all that
and another 50 miles later the fuel
pump and fuel filter went bad. So all
and all between having to be towed and
getting parts fixed it cost us about
$1000. Also the back windshield stopped
working fom the rear and the switch had
to be relaced on the dash. You also
can't roll the passenger window back up
from the drivers side.
by bronc on Dec 23, 2002 Vehicle: 1994 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer 2dr SUV 4WD
I have a 94 Bronco Eddie Bauer, and
have not been dissapointed. 351W, with
the E40D tranny has been a good
combination with this truck too. I have
33" tires, and there is no noticeable
power decrease due to the diameter
change. Wide enough for a sheet
of plywood, but short enough to pull a
U-turn on most residential streets. The
only beef I have with this machine is
the overall braun of the parts. My old
85 Bronco was beaten
twice as hard as the 94, yet the 94
seems to break more. For the money,
especially comparing to new SUV's, a
good used Bronco is the way to go. DO
NOT BUY A K-5 BLAZER
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