Select your Ford Bronco trim level to learn more about Ford-recommended engine repair. Use the following chart to find information.
Nothing lasts forever. Even your Ford Bronco’s engine parts and components will change. We’re here to help when something stops working. Click on a repair below to learn more about 1996 Ford Bronco repairs.
The Ford Bronco is respected for its reliability. You probably thought about that when you got it. However, the wear-proof engine has yet to be invented! Things can go sideways sometimes. When they do, you might find yourself searching for 1996 Ford Bronco engine repair or replacement parts. That’s where Firestone Complete Auto Care comes in. Since 1926, we’ve taken care of 500 million+ cars, so you can rest assured knowing your Ford Bronco engine will be in good hands. Schedule an appointment if you're experiencing problems that could require engine repair. Firestone Complete Auto Care offers both trustworthy and affordable engine repairs.
An illuminated check engine light on your Ford Bronco is one of the first signs it's time to "brake" for engine service. A steady or flashing check engine light could signal a serious issue with your fuel injection, Possible causes can include a failing oxygen sensor, worn spark plug, a clogged catalytic converter, or a leaking engine vacuum, to name a few possible causes. Bring your Bronco in for an on-board diagnostic check and we’ll figure out why that check engine light is giving you grief. rattling sounds, essential fluid leaks, or engine misfiring.
When your Ford Bronco engine needs repairs, our technicians will provide you with a thorough explanation beforehand. We make recommendations, but you make the final decision. If a repair can wait, we'll let you know. We'll also tell you if it's necessary for your safety. We seek to give you all the info you need to make a smart decision about our services. Turn to Firestone Complete Auto Care for your 1996 Bronco engine repairs and you can feel good knowing that we only use Ford-compliant replacement parts such as the timing chain or belt, valve guide seal, ignition coil, or a different component.