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Thanks Rettax3! Gonna start removing it this weekend. I live in Atlanta Georgia by the way.Also couldn't upload the video cause the site said it couldn't support the AVI. jUST A LITTLE sONY CYBERSHOT. All the other forums work good.
Thanks guys. The left hand side lights up good and the readings are incorrect. Plus when you turn the lights on, the guages go out. I'm gonna take a quick video and post it on my next reply. Saw the one on e-bay and they said all I had to swap over was the odometer chip. Rettax3, Can you beat that e...
Half the digital dash works. Was wondering if a corsica or cavalier had the same? All the j-yards here have about 15 Berettas and they're all analog. A direct fit or keep looking?
14 THREADS PER INCH IF ANYONE GOES THROUGH THIS. Went to Harbor Freight up the street and got a kit for 50 bucks. Returned it the next day claiming that I had the wrong size.
Found the fitting with no problem. Still need to know any tips or tricks for tapping out the pot metal still in the housing on the aluminum threads. Anyone deal with this?
Got a beretta 90-91 v-6 and the Haynes said 18 foot pounds at t.d.c. Is that a given torque or is there any more turning after torque. Is it safe to say 216 inch pounds set and forget?
I removed it from the heater core hose but the aluminum(pot metal) fitting that goes to the intake rotted off. Any replacement parts or does anyone know the pipe threads and diameter. Sort of looks like the coolant temp sensor above it but not sure.
Hi guys. I'm on a bunch of forums but just got a 1990 beretta gt 3.1 auto. Wondering what to do with the water pipe to remove the lower intake.Everything is removed but there's a water pipe on the drivers side going down to a heater core hose it looks like. Please help!