Don't think so. Taurus PT-92 is based on machining for the Beretta 92SB, which was manufactured for the Brazilian Army (hence the plant that Taurus bought) The modifications since (Beretta making the 92F, Taurus going its own route) have altered the location of the magazine latch within the pistol, so the magazines will probably not line up.Not strictly true. The Taurus 92 (first model) was exactly the same as the first model Beretta 92.....NOT the much later 92SB........other than the hooked trigger guard of the Taurus. The original Beretta 92 had a frame mounted safety a little like that on the 1911 45 auto. The magazine release was mounted down near the very bottom of the left grip. And these two pistols...the Beretta 92 and the Taurus 92...were fully interchangable including magazines. I know....I own examples of both guns.The rest is basically correct.
my 92 is in the trunk.
Atleast 8 years old or 92 ponds + :)
ye, i have the Taurus 247 and the PT-92 mags work a treat.
I actually need to know the reverse. Will the 92 work on the 89.
No, the brake booster on a 1994 Acura Integra is different from a 1992 model. The 1994 model is a different generation and uses a different sized brake booster.
They have exhausts for The Taurus from 92-99 and '10 Use chat online to ask about installation.
About $250-$300, depending on condition.
No. The Beretta 92 magazine will function in a PT92 - the PT92 is a Beretta 92 manufactured under license. However, the 9mm 92 magazine will not work for the .40 PT99.
the fusible links are in cable harness that go trough the firewall next to the brake power booster you may have to remove some of the harness tape and shielding
100-300 USD depending on condition
a 91' or 92' Ford Taurus.
The same place you check the transmission fluid
The 1992 Ford Taurus starter solenoid is bolted onto the side of the starter itself. The starter is at the rear of the engine at the bell housing.
50-300 USD or so
If the spark plugs and wires are good, then I would suspect a vacuum leak. As this car is 15 years old, replace all under-hood vacuum hoses. Replace one at a time to not get confused. Also look at the Power Brake Booster hose, and make sure the booster is good.
The EEC TEST connection is in your engine compartment by the power distribution box ( OBD I / EEC IV )