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  1. Removing these 3 constraints / commodities will improve your Bronco order’s chances of getting scheduled - says Ford

    But you can install a 7 pin, just not plug and play. Not a big deal, this is how we did it for years.
  2. Removing these 3 constraints / commodities will improve your Bronco order’s chances of getting scheduled - says Ford

    Is there a problem with the new Bronco that prevents you from installing one of these controllers? Other than having something hanging under the...
  3. Scheduling 1500 Mile Oil Change Today, Dealer Said Let It Ride Til 7500 Miles

    The truth is nobody knows. Do what you think is best. It is your vehicle, don't second guess yourself.
  4. Break in period really needed??

    Break in, oil type or octane, I think you'd be safer discussing politics than bringing up this cursed trio.
  5. Age and Reason for 2door and 4door buyers

    4 door to haul the dogs
  6. IIHS Says Official Bronco Crash Test Results to be Released Next Month

    Seriously? Not good. The old saying "boron is for morons unless there's a war on" still applies.
  7. IIHS Says Official Bronco Crash Test Results to be Released Next Month

    Exactly I couldn't care less, not canceling my order!
  8. 500 days since reservation club!

    You guys have amazing patience, not sure I can do that.
  9. 2.3 Shaping up to be the better Engine?

    I'd rather push a 2.7L than drive a 2.3L!
  10. Friday build woes. My Bronco delivered with unpainted tailgate and fuel door

    I love these debates! Everyone please 99 your order until Ford achieves manufacturing perfection! Meanwhile I'll be happy to get mine, fully painted or not! And I ordered the cursed 2.7L 😝
  11. WWYD - fly to pick up or put on a transport?

    Drive it, it isn't an ornament!
  12. (UPDATE-COMMON 2.7L ISSUE, NO OFFICIAL FORD COMMENT) Dealership service department says Bronco 2.7L takes 6 quarts of oil (not 7 quarts per manual)

    Fill it to the appropriate level on the dip stick, unless Ford officially releases something different. 6 quarts of fresh oil after an oil change is more than adequate, even if you're actually a quart low, unless you're operating continuously at the extreme limits of the vehicle...
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