Head gasket or cracked head. Mo
how to replace a 1990 Chevy Beretta battery
It has 1 O2 sensor on the exhaust manifold behind the engine
i have a 1994 Chevy beretta and they are under the engine
Heater box drain It is just below the heater hose conections, If the heater core leaks it drains the coolant outside to keep the carpet dry.
Look under the car on the exhaust near where the pipes merge together. There should be one.
Does anyone know of any chevy beretta cam shaft problems?
how to change third or center brake light on Chevy beretta 95
the beretta and lumina motors are about the same i have a lumina motor in my 95 beretta
There are no rear struts in the Chevy Beretta. Only shocks.
7 liters of 50/50 mix (half a liter shy of 2 gallons). Don't over-fill it. ;-)
Ebay. Just enter Chevy Beretta under parts and accessories
can someone give me a diagram of a fuse box location for a 1993 Chevy beretta
depends on engine, mounting, body, ecm, and about a million other things, but possibily
if it is the same size. 3.1 for 3.1 or 2.2 for 2.2 go ahed and do it. you may need to switch intake or exhaust manifolds so all the wires and such line up.
Yes it will, but you have to put all the blazer engine stuff onto the beretta engine...
I am trying to find the 1988 chevy beretta computer module and where is it located?
It takes the green Antifreeze
There are two of them on a 1996 Beretta. One is mounted in the rear exhaust manifold. You should be able to see it by looking under the hood, straight down the back of the engine. The other is located just before the catalytic converter. Poke your head under the car and look for the big "bubble" in the exhaust pipe closer to the engine.
The temperature sending unit for a 1995 Chevy Beretta is on the front of the engine. It is between the front of the engine and the radiator inlet/outlet.
The regulator on a 1994 Chevy is inside the alternator.
The Chevy Beretta biggest engine ever produced would be there 3.4 liter v6 which was actually faster then the camaro in the same year of production.