There is no such thing!!
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It has 8 all together.
Pull the plug wires and one plug, plug the plug into the wire and hold it to the block crank the car over if no spark the coils or the ICM is bad
Take off the modual and coil pack take it to autozone they will test it free.
There is no such vehicle as a Ford Beretta. Chevrolet produced the Beretta, not Ford. The 1991 Chevrolet Beretta uses a 195/70-14 The Beretta GT uses a 205/60-15.
Freeze (Expansion) plugs are located in the Engine cooling system. There is no specific location where they must be. They can be installed in the block, cylinder heads, and often in both locations.
No its not. 89-91 have a different plug than 92-94 some 91's have the newer needle style gauges with the tach and the older style plug but this cluster is rare.
Auto-for-auto or manual-for-manual? Like a glove!
Will a transfer case from a 91 Chevy silverrodo fit a 2001 Chevy suburban?
Where is the temp sensor on a 91 Chevy astro
To drain the oil on a 1991 Chevy S10 Blazer, located the oil pan drain plug. Use a wrench to remove the plug and the oil will flow into the receptacle you have provided.
what is the gas mileage on a 91 chevy 4.3 v6
facing the car it is on the bottom right side. Turn the vavlve counter clockwise and pull out.
what size radiator comes in a 91 chevy caprice classic
Make sure your coolant is FULL, it will stop reading if your coolant is low and the low coolant light doesn't always work. My radiator was full and i took the thermoustat off to find the block hlaf empty on my 91. Paco
The 93 used a electronic / computor controlled transmission and the 91 did not. The 91 chevy trucks transmission wireing harness and computor is all together DIFFERENT. WON'T WORK.
NO... It is compleatly different.
there is multiple relay switches on a 91 berretta
Some have a nut in the center,U take off the nut,etc-Others U take out like a Regular freeze-plug00just knock it in & B sure 2 REMOVE ALL the Pieces.A g00d time 2 flush out,from the freeze plug hole.IF U don't go in2 Freezing weather I would install a BRASS Plug & U won't have 2 worry about that one.IF U kept the cooling system clean & 50/50 CORRECT TYPE anyi-freeze U wouldn't have welch(freeze) plug problems.
On the transmission, right side just above the drain plug. Fill it until it's just below the filler port
I know on an 89 Beretta The ignition control module in on the block underneath the front exhaust manifold...I changed the module and plug wires and it seemed to be ok for me. The ICM is where the spark plug wires come from. Try to get new spark plug wires that make a better seal and make sure the connectors are plugged into well and there isn't any corrosion. Hope this helps.