1992 Chevrolet Beretta Coupe - Reliability

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GT Coupe (2.2L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual)

Reliability Rating for 1992 Chevrolet Beretta Coupe by Identifix

Ratings Key Minimal Problems Moderate Problems Significant Problems
  Rating Comments
Engine Common problems on this vehicle are failures of the Fuel Injectors and the Electronic Control Module (ECM). These failures apply to the 3.1L V6 MFI engine only. Either one of these failures may prevent the vehicle from starting.

The cost to repair the Fuel Injectors is estimated at $126.00 each for parts (total of 6) and $136.50 for labor.The cost to repair the ECM is estimated at $134.00 for parts and $84.50 for labor.All prices are estimates based on $65 per flat rate hour and do not include diagnostic time or any applicable sales tax.
Transmission & Driveline
Steering & Suspension
Brake Occasional problems on this vehicle are failures of the ABS Motor Pack and the Front Wheel Speed Sensors.

The cost to repair the ABS Motor Pack is estimated at $261.05 for parts and $97.50 for labor.The cost to repair the Front Wheel Speed Sensors is estimated at $69.00 each for parts (total of 2) and $52.00 each for labor.All prices are estimates based on $65 per flat rate hour and do not include diagnostic time or any applicable sales tax.
Heating & Air Conditioning This vehicle was originally charged with R-12 refrigerant which is no longer being manufactured.

The refrigerant is still available, but it is very expensive ($25.00-$50.00 per pound, 2-5 pounds per vehicle). Conversion to the new R-134A refrigerant is possible, at an average cost of about $100-$250 parts and labor. All prices are estimates based on $65.00 per flat rate hour and do not include diagnostic time or any applicable sales tax.
Starting & Charging
Accessories Occasional problems on this vehicle are failures of the Turn Signal Switch and the Temperature Gauge.

The cost to repair the Turn Signal Switch is estimated at $60.00 for parts and $117.00 for labor.The cost to repair the Temperature Gauge is estimated at $35.00 for parts and $65.00 for labor.All prices are estimates based on $65 per flat rate hour and do not include diagnostic time or any applicable sales tax.
Overall 4 out of 5

Reliability Ratings displayed above reflect style specific standard features and may vary from aggregated values displayed for the same year in the historical model overviewed bellow.

Reliability History for Chevrolet Beretta Coupe by Identifix

  1991 1992 1995
Engine
Transmission & Driveline
Steering & Suspension
Brake
Heating & Air Conditioning
Starting & Charging
Accessories
Overall

Reliability Ratings by Identifix is based from repair shop-reported issues. Though this data may be for years prior to model you are researching, it exposes how reliable this model platform has been historically.

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