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Beretta owners in Germany ? (Europe)

Posted: Mon Apr 16, 2012 2:37 pm
by xIx ANTI xIx
Are there any Beretta owners on this forum from Germany ?

I would like to meet some people over here or maybe in the Netherlands ?

Cheers ...

Re: Beretta owners in Germany ? (Europe)

Posted: Mon Apr 16, 2012 3:11 pm
by weba
Few. And more on the FB group.

Re: Beretta owners in Germany ? (Europe)

Posted: Tue Apr 17, 2012 10:34 am
by xIx ANTI xIx
weba wrote:Few. And more on the FB group.


I tried to join that group but it won't let me %)

I'd love to drive to an european meeting sometime ...

Re: Beretta owners in Germany ? (Europe)

Posted: Tue Apr 17, 2012 11:25 am
by michi
Hey Tomasz, there are some Europeans on this board and yesterday i added you to the Facebook group, which is only for European members.
You can see there are people from Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Finland, Switzerland and Austria(me). We are mostly around 6-12 people at the yearly Beretta meet, so we are a small group but its always great to meet!

Welcome here!

Re: Beretta owners in Germany ? (Europe)

Posted: Thu Apr 19, 2012 10:58 am
by xIx ANTI xIx
michi wrote:Hey Tomasz, there are some Europeans on this board and yesterday i added you to the Facebook group, which is only for European members.
You can see there are people from Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Finland, Switzerland and Austria(me). We are mostly around 6-12 people at the yearly Beretta meet, so we are a small group but its always great to meet!

Welcome here!


Thx i'll look at FB page again. Was waiting for confirmation ;)

Re: Beretta owners in Germany ? (Europe)

Posted: Wed Sep 02, 2015 1:54 pm
by Newbie
Howdy ya'll,

I just use this thread to say hello from Germany.

Last weekend I got a 1989's Beretta (Rat Style) to safe it and just wanna turn it back to original. I've no knowledge about the car.

But first I need some immediate help!

I drove it home last weekend, the engine runs. But one day later, I couldn't start it again. My dashboard panel shows low oil and low coolant. But I looked and both tanks are full enough. What can I do? Is there any reset button? I also changed the battery yesterday. No chance to start the car. What the heck is it?

By the way - if I get it running - I'm very interested in Beretta-Meetings in Europe (preferred Germany) ;)

take care - cheers - and every time good drive ! :D

Re: Beretta owners in Germany ? (Europe)

Posted: Wed Sep 02, 2015 3:42 pm
by weba
Hey and welcome,

I'm pretty sure no 89 Beretta came with 'low oil' light but someone can correct me If i'm wrong, could you take a picture of that?

Re: Beretta owners in Germany ? (Europe)

Posted: Wed Sep 02, 2015 5:53 pm
by Newbie
weba wrote:Hey and welcome,

I'm pretty sure no 89 Beretta came with 'low oil' light but someone can correct me If i'm wrong, could you take a picture of that?


thankya for the quick reply! :)

after turning the key:
Image

2 sec later:
Image

but I looked in the tanks, there's enough fluid (water + oil) inside.

What's wrong? :no:

Re: Beretta owners in Germany ? (Europe)

Posted: Wed Sep 02, 2015 7:23 pm
by 1988GTU
Does the engine crank but no start or does the starter engage but the engine will not rotate?
If no to both, check starter and wiring.

Re: Beretta owners in Germany ? (Europe)

Posted: Thu Sep 03, 2015 12:30 pm
by Newbie
the engine does nothing - no rotate anyway.

I just wondering about the low oil showed on the panel.

but I must say the right part of the dashboard panel (mileage, bordcomputer) dosen't work, I bet the lightbulb isn't working..

Re: Beretta owners in Germany ? (Europe)

Posted: Thu Sep 03, 2015 2:08 pm
by 3X00-Modified
If the car is not running you will not have oil pressure... that is not a oil level gauge its a oil pressure gauge. The low coolant light is a dash test and lights up when you put the key on initially then goes off once it's running or if you just leave the key in the ignition position.

Re: Beretta owners in Germany ? (Europe)

Posted: Thu Sep 03, 2015 2:33 pm
by weba
Just to make sure, If this is a manual transmission car, you need to fully press the clutch pedal before it cranks :)

Re: Beretta owners in Germany ? (Europe)

Posted: Thu Sep 03, 2015 4:29 pm
by Newbie
got it !!!!!! :D

the gearshift of the automatic transmission wasn't exactly in positon P :roll: