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Old 01-21-2015, 11:01 PM
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96 Bronco Air Box

Hello everbody. I have a 96 Bronco 5.8 that has a KN air cleaner. I wish to convert it back. There are not too many newer broncos in local yards. can anybody tell me what other models have the same system as mine. I think F250 but not sure Thanks
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Old 01-22-2015, 06:34 AM
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F150-350 92-96 are the same body, and the parts books call out he same filter.
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The 1996 Bronco will be Mass Air Flow (MAF) and will have a different air box than a Speed Density truck.

You'll be looking for any 94-96 Mass Air Flow equipped F150, F250, F350, or Bronco.

Do you just need to replace the filter, or do you need the whole air box?

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Old 01-22-2015, 01:11 PM
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The 1996 Bronco will be Mass Air Flow (MAF) and will have a different air box than a Speed Density truck.

You'll be looking for any 94-96 Mass Air Flow equipped F150, F250, F350, or Bronco.

Do you just need to replace the filter, or do you need the whole air box?

Ryan
Whole thing I think the base is there because it has air flow sensor. I brought the tuck it had the KN filter, but I think the origanal set up is great so want to return the truck to that, the KN draws hot air from underhood, the origanal forces air from frount of truck
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Yeah you'll need to find a truck that had mass air flow, so that way it has the right tubes and apparatus to mount the sensor.

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The MAF-equipped trucks have a different top cover to the air box with a single plenum and mounting flange for the MAF sensor. The intake tubing is basically a big rubber "Y" tube that runs between the airbox with the MAF sensor mounted on it (single bore) and the throttle body (twin bores). You can most likely still get/order the intake components if a sufficient donor truck is unavailable. Albeit, the cost may be significantly higher.
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