Binford 9000 Raccoon Slayer

So I’m tired of hitting small animals and tearing my bumper. So I’ve designed and built the Binford 9000 raccoon slayer! It’s made of 1/8 thick stainless steel held together with 5/8 all thread and bolted to the bumper with three 3/8 elevator bolts. It’s so solid I could stand on the bottom lip and it won’t move. Best of all you can’t see it from the front of the car. Those raccoons don’t stand a chance, lol.

Credits: ‎Nicholas J.‎ @ Beretta.net, FB: Chevy Beretta Owners Group

 

Dutch Beretta Owner Toon

Today i had an old Beretta friend at my house.
He was in need of some parts glad i could help him out.

Here is the website link to check how many Beretta’s there still are in the Netherlands
https://opendata.rdw.nl/Voertuigen/Open-Data-RDW-Gekentekende_voertuigen/m9d7-ebf2/data
(In the right-top type “chevrolet beretta” in the search box and hit [enter])

Toon with his 1996 Chevrolet Beretta Z26 V6 Automatic

ECM Error Codes

13 Oxygen (O2) Sensor – signal stays low (“lean”) during warm engine cruise
14 Coolant Temperature Sensor (CTS) – signal voltage is low
15 Coolant Temperature Sensor (CTS) – signal voltage is high
16 High battery voltage
OR Direct Ignition System (DIS) fault – line open or shorted to ground
17 RPM signal problem
21 Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) – signal voltage is high during engine idle or deceleration
22 Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) – signal voltage is low during engine idle
OR Fuel cutoff relay circuit – open or shorted to ground
23 Manifold Air Temperature (MAT) Sensor – signal voltage is low
OR Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) error
24 Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) – signal is constant (no pulsing) during engine deceleration Continue reading “ECM Error Codes”