Wrecked My 89 XLT a couple weeks ago , Some elderly gentleman pulled right out in front , anyway I though I'd buy something different with the bit of insurance money state farm gave me and looked around a Bit, guess what.?
I decided to get another Bronco , they are just so practicle for my needs, anyway I found 2 I like one is a 95 and the other a 96 ...does anyone know of any difference between these 2 years.......?
I think the only significant difference is the optional overhead console in '96. There might have been a change to the upholstery & interior trim, and maybe a subtle change in exterior paint, but nothing major enough to be a deciding factor. They both should have the OBD-II engine control (MAF), 4WABS standard, CHMSL, & rear seat shoulder belts. Look for quad front shocks (2 on each side), anti-sway bars, & limited slip differentials ("L" as the second digit on the second line of each diff tag).
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The main difference in my truck and yours is your truck is a toy and my truck is a truck!
My understanding is that only '95 CA models were mass air, whether OBDI or OBDII I can't recall. In any case it's unlikely the '95 is OBD-II, it wasn't mandated by the feds 'til '96. For that reason alone I'd go w/the '95.