i have a 1994 Chevy beretta and they are under the engine
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.
Auto-for-auto or manual-for-manual? Like a glove!
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.
Where is the temp sensor on a 91 Chevy astro