1992-1996 Ford Bronco Engine Parts

Late Model Restoration understands that it is important to keep your engine operating as well as the day you took it home. That is why we offer a complete line of OE and OE style replacement parts. We also know that many OBS Bronco owners are looking to improve the performance of their Broncos. We also have plenty of performance parts to help you maximize horsepower gains. Shop the complete line of engine parts below.

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1992-1996 Bronco Engine And Transmission Options

Throughout the 1992-1996 Bronco lineup, a few different engine and transmission combinations were used. Follow along with this article, and we will break down all of them!

1992-1996 Bronco Fuel Pump Relay Location

LMR's quick location guide will help you find your 5th Generation Bronco's fuel pump relay location! Follow along, and we will show you where to find this!

1992-1996 Bronco Fluid Capacities

Looking for the fluid capacities for your 1992-1996 Ford Bronco? Check out LMR's fluid capacity guide to get your Bronco maintained!

OBS Bronco Engine Parts

The 5th generation Bronco, better known as the Original Body Style or OBS Bronco, came equipped with three different engine options. The first option was the 4.9L inline-six-cylinder. This engine was a carry-over from the 4th generation Bronco and did not continue through the full era of the OBS Broncos. The next two options were the 5.0L V8 and the 5.8L V8 engines. These V8 engines were known for making good horsepower and torque. They were essentially borrowed from the Ford F-series truck lineup, so they also provided the durability to handle your weekends of off-road adventures and move you comfortably down the highway. The Bronco has always been known to have great power to match its off-road capability. This power was always perfectly matched to the providing great off-road torque, towing, and on-road passing. Over the years, the Bronco has become more powerful while providing better fuel economy. With the introduction of the 5th generation (1992-1996) body style Ford Bronco, Ford emerged from the fuel crisis of the 1970s and 1980s. Ford was free to return to more powerful engines that provided plenty of horsepower and torque without much worry to fuel economy. For the 5th generation Bronco, Ford dropped the outdated 4.9L inline six-cylinder for its short-lived 2-year lifespan in favor of the more powerful 5.0L (302C.I.D) and 5.8L (351C.I.D) engine options. The only transmission available Ford released for the 5th generation Bronco was the 4-speed automatic. These combinations allowed Bronco owners to have the best of both worlds on and off-road with updated torque and reliability of EFI! has your back for your 5th-generation Bronco; you will know that you have one of the best off-roading vehicles on the market. Upgrades to improve your engine can improve your engine’s power and miles per gallon.