hmm, I've been having a similar problem with my own little '95 Geo hatchback; mine's an automatic, and i actually get sporadic RPM's when accelerating around 60mph. it never really seems to settle itself down over time (i.e., long trips at a constant speed over 60mph....), but also has not presented any problems in it's operation, either.just for peace of mind, though, check your timing belt, make sure it doesn't seem too loose or too tight, or damaged/frayed; if that checks out OK, take it to AAMCO and have them double check your transmission.
when driving up hills at lower speed you must downshift the transmission
Yes it is. Any Metro transmission made after the year 1994 will fit in your 98 Metro.
it is in the transmission
how do you check transmission fluid level in a 2001 chevy metro
No. The Metro trans is too small.
Can you swap a 93 Geo metro manual transmition with a 95 Geo Metro
fill to the plug hole on side of transmission
transmission goes into gear but wont hardly move
You can locate the transmission fluid leak on your 2001 Chevy Metro by looking at the transmission fluid on the ground. Look above the transmission fluid stain and you should be able to see the source of the leak.
TH125 three speed.
Are you referring to the transmission? If so, the answer is no.
If you are talking about an automatic transmission, it is under the removable pan at the bottom of the trans. Drain the oil and remove the pan, you'll see. Mr Geo Metro firstname.lastname@example.org
If the 1999 Chevrolet Metro will not shift automatically there may be a problem with the transmission solenoid. The solenoid tells when the transmission when to shift, and when it is malfunctioning will cause a vehicle to stay stuck in a certain gear.
Unfortunately, you have to remove the transmission.
1996 metro calls for dextron 2, should tell you on your transmission dip stick
if the engines that they came off of are the same it should work
Yes, but your final gear ratios will be different. This URL discusses changing the transmission from a 1.3 into a 1.0 for a Suzuki Swift (the Metro is a re-badged Swift). The process should be the same in a Metro. www.teamswift.net/viewtopic.php?t=26466
It is inside of the transmission.
It isn't possible. You'll need to have the transmission rebuilt.
No, a 91 metro transmission will not fit in a 98. A 91 will fit any metro between 1988 - 1996 though. After 1996 a lot of Metro's became 4 Cylinder which made them different from the previous generation metros. It may fit if the engine sizes are correct (1.0 litre 3 cylinder to the same but do not mix and match).
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Those seals are where the axle's slide into the transmission.....2 differant sizes left and right.
Yes you can. All Geo Metro engines are compatible from 1989 - 1997. Just make sure that they both have the same transmission or you'll have to do a lengthy and expensive conversion.
5w 30 or 10w30