Chevrolet Beretta (1987-1996): owner’s, service, repair and maintenance manuals PDF, electrical wiring diagrams, scheduled maintenance, operating instructions free download
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Manual for the repair, maintenance and operation of Chevrolet Beretta cars with gasoline engines 2.0 l., 2.2 l., 2.3 l., 2.8 l., 3.1 l., 1987-1996.
In this service repair manual:
- Ongoing maintenance – simple weekly checks;
- Maintenance – complete step-by-step guide;
- Troubleshooting – a simple solution to specific problems;
- Traffic breakdowns – what to do in such cases;
- Preparation for technical inspection – a step-by-step check of the Chevrolet Beretta systems;
- Appendix – includes a glossary of technical terms;
- Braking system – control and repair in the name of safety;
- Power and ignition systems – some explanations;
- Electrical equipment – troubleshooting;
- Engine – adjustments, minor and major repairs;
- Colored electrical diagrams – make it easy to find items;
- Recommendations for use.
The purpose of these Chevrolet Beretta service manuals is to assist the owner in using the vehicle to its full potential. First of all, you will be able to understand which of the parts of the car requires maintenance or repair, as well as assess the possibility of doing this on your own.
This manual also provides a complete list of periodic routine maintenance procedures. The most common malfunctions and methods of their detection and elimination are also given. We hope that you will be able to solve many of the problems that arise on your own. Some procedures take so little time that it is easier to do it yourself than to sign up at a service station, drive the car there, and then pick it up. This will save you not only your time, but also money.
This Chevrolet Beretta manual provides detailed illustrated descriptions of various components and mechanisms of the vehicle. All maintenance and repair procedures are described step by step and illustrated.
The manual is intended for owners of Chevrolet Beretta cars, service station specialists and repair shops.
Chevrolet Beretta background information
The Chevrolet Beretta was a mid-range front-wheel drive coupé produced by the American car manufacturer General Motors under the Chevrolet brand from 1987 to 1996.
The Beretta was based on General Motors’ L platform; its sister model was the sedan Chevrolet Corsica, which was available as a notchback or hatchback.
In the summer of 1987, Chevrolet introduced the Beretta and Corsica models as successors to the Chevrolet Citation. The Beretta was a four-seater coupe in a moderate wedge shape, initially only available in a single version and powered by a two-liter four-cylinder in-line engine or a 2.8-liter six-cylinder V-engine.
1989 appeared as an additional version of the Beretta GT with standard V6 and sports suspension. In the course of the model year, the range was expanded to include the Beretta GTU, which received the factory-fitted V6 engine, a radiator grille in body color and a spoiler / sill package.
The Beretta GTU was replaced in the 1990 model year by the Beretta GTZ, which was powered by a 183 hp version of the so-called GM Quad Four four-cylinder engine with two overhead camshafts and 16 valves. This model also had spoilers and rocker panels, but in a more restrained design than the GTU. The four-cylinder in the base model increased from 91 to 96, the V6 from 127 to 137 hp.
In 1991, a 2.2-liter in-line four-cylinder with an unchanged 96 hp replaced the previous two-liter, the 2.8-liter gave way to a 3.1-liter V6 and a driver’s airbag supplemented the standard equipment.
In 1992 the output of the four-cylinder increased to 112 hp thanks to multipoint injection.
In the 1994 model year, a new sports version called the Beretta Z26 replaced the previous GT and GTZ; The new variant was powered by the quad four sixteen-valve engine, which had been reduced to 177 hp.
In 1995 the Quad Four was discontinued, instead, the Beretta Z26 made use of the 3.1-liter V6, which had 157 hp.
By 1996, Chevrolet had produced a total of around 905,000 Beretta models.
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