Your Ford Bronco has been on the road a long time, and even with the durable, hardy and tough parts that it uses, it’s bound to wear down after a while. If you’re having trouble getting your good ol’ truck back on the road, it may be time to change your ignition switch! Everyone who owns a classic has changed the ignition at some point, even if it meant they had to say goodbye to the old-world charm of using a couple tricks and charms to turn on a vintage vehicle like the 1966 to 1977 Ford Bronco.
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IgnitionBut when you’re far from home, off-roading on a trail, you want to be 100% sure that your ignition switch is working reliably. CJ Pony Parts carries all sorts of parts and accessories for your Bronco, including different ignition switches and components, so you can start up your classic every time.
Early Bronco Ignition Can’t Last ForeverIf your Ford Bronco ignition switch is original, that means it has been used to start and stop your classic SUV for decades — maybe even close to half a century! Even if the original Bronco ignition was a sturdy part, after so many years and so many uses, it’s eventually going to wear out. Often the tumblers get worn, and your key won’t move smoothly into the lock cylinder. CJ Pony Parts knows that even the best ignitions need to be replaced after a while, which is why we offer several options for your Bronco:
- Simple bezels, if your ignition switch is working properly and you just want to replace the trim
- Ignition switch assemblies, if you want to take apart your old switch and fix it
- Complete ignition switch cylinders, if you want the simple solution to fixing a faulty ignition
You don’t want to drive with a sticking or stubborn ignition for too long. If it breaks when you’re out on the road or down a remote trail, it can be a problem to get your truck started.
Instead, plan ahead by ordering your Ford Bronco ignition today. When you purchase through us, you’re getting a high-quality part at a great price, and one that is designed to directly replace your original ignition without modification or adjustment. You simply remove the old one and put the new one in its place.