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1993 Beretta, 3.1 Occasional sputtering (hiccupping), when I ease off gas and then give more it stops. I am not losing power when this happens. Just replaced the ignition control module, did not happen prior to replacement.

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    None coming up.

  • flymire Sep 13, 2009

    How do I do this? Thanks for your help.

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Run scanner and get error codes

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  • chris quammen Sep 12, 2009

    check throttle position sensor

  • chris quammen Sep 13, 2009

    buy manual, you will need a cheap ohm meter

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