Where is the blinker relay in a 1995 Chevy beretta?
It should be under the dash, next to the steering column. You'll need to remove the kicker panel under the steering wheel to get to it (I believe its only 3 or 4 screws). I can't remember if it's on the left or right side of the column, but if your turn signals are still working, just turn them on and you should hear it clicking.
Only the 5-speeds. You can't swap automatics without running into problems, and you can't swap an automatic for a 5-speed without modifying (and it will still throw an engine code afterward). A 1992 Corsica had a 3T40 automatic, and the 1995 Beretta had a 4T60E automatic. Your best bet is to swap in another 4T60E. It came in a lot of GM vehicles. Go to car-part.com and enter "1995 Chevy Beretta automatic transmission" in the…
My 91 Beretta had that changed. The mechanic had to remove the steering wheel out to disconnect all the wirings. The actual unit is under the front panel. In the case of my 1991 beretta, everything was hooked up to it, this includes the Cruise Control, high beam, etc.. anything that has to do with the lights. The unit only cost about $80 Canadian, but the labor cost me a arm and and a leg.
Your shifter knob on a 95 Chevy Beretta broke off from the metal bar it is attched to what is that piece called?
On my 1995 Lumina van I just bought, I found 2 mounting screws on the top left and right corners on the headlight unit. If you undo those the entire headlight comes out so you can reach the light bulbs. For the blinkers... there is a bolt holding the blinker to the mount. Un screw that and the blinker comes out so you can replace the bulb. Hope this helps