no , the frames are different, so are the ehxaust. gm JimAnswerI couldn't say yes without looking, but the chassis run AFAIK (convertible or not) was from 89-94. My 94 doesnt have a 'molded' place for the exaust to run through, I would think, unless there were some drastic difference I cant seem to imagine, I would think the worst thing you would have to do would be different mount points. You can pick up aftermarket exaust mounts for a couple $.
I am uncertain about the 1998 LSI. However, for the 1993 Geo Metro there are two bolts located at the bottom of the exhaust manifold which need to be removed, then there is a hanger right behind the engine on the firewall which has a rubber piece on it from which the exhaust system is suspended upon. The easiest way to get that off is to pull the rubber piece off of the end of it. In total there are three hangers on the "93" Metro exhaust system with a place approximately in the middle where the exhaust system is bolted together with two bolts. I certainly could be wrong, however I can't imagine the exhaust system being too different on a "98" LSI. If a person takes a board, like a 2X6 and puts it under the passenger side of your vehicle, another 2X6 and places it on the ground under the passenger side of your vehicle and uses it for a base to place a jack upon, and uses the first 2X6 as a buffer between the top of the jack and the bottom of the car to eliminate any buckling of the underside of the car due to the small amount of area the top of the jack is lifting the car by, lift the car up. The passenger side of the car is the side usually where you will find the exhaust system. Once a person has the car jacked up fairly high (12 inches or more) then it is an easy process (usually) to slide under and replace the exhaust system. I am not an certified mechanic and from start to finish I can replace the exhaust system on a "93" in about 20 to 30 minutes. Hope this at least gives a person sort of Idea of how to approach that small task.. rhage2
Unfortunately, the convertible top weatherseals for Metro convertible models were discontinued more than a decade ago, and are no longer in the parts system. Your best bet for finding a set will be eBay, a junkyard or any other second-hand source. A good set has been known to go for $50 to $100 on auction sites. The few remaining owners of these rare ragtops have generally come to the conclusion that replacement weatherstrips are mostly unobtainable, and have tried rigging up seals with parts from other convertible models. The Chrysler Sebring convertible has been reported to have seals that may work, but it has not been confirmed.
The Metro is the local shorthand name for the Washington Metro Area Transit Authority.The Metro system consists of buses, trains, and handicapped transport.In the vernacular most people use the word Metro to refer to the train system and call the buses Metro Buses.See the related link for the Metro's home page.
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