Having problems with your 1993 Chevrolet Beretta ?

Hi I have a 93 Beretta GT 3.1 was having problems puttin the car in gear and the car staying running and would stall out and when driving it would jump like the car wasnt gettin enough gas...i changed the fuel pump, catalytic converter, IAC, MAP sensor and changed the TPS sensor now the car wont start back up... also changed all plugs and wires

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 13-08-2018

Answers :

If you pull a breather hose loose and spray some carb cleaner down the throat and replace the hose will it try to start? You may have burnt the ignition fuse while tring to start it before. Check all fuses including under the hood. Check them all but we are looking mainly for the one marked ignition. If no luck there then I want you to test the ignition modulator. it is the little black or grey plastic coated half moon shaped box under the distributor cap mounted on the top of the distributor wrapped half way around the middle shaft. In order to check this you will need to take a hair dryer and heat the modulator up to very warm but be sure not to melt the outer covering. Hurry and replace the distrib. cap and get the dryer out of the way of the fan. try to start it. If it sputters or maybe even starts it is the culprit. I have had them even start and keep running after the test but will not start again after you shut it down. Let me know if we have gotten any place so far and I will go from there. Raz
Repair Help & Product Troubleshooting for 1993 Chevrolet Beretta

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