that must be some metro to have a big block
The IAT (Intake Air Temperature) sensor measures the temperature of the intake manifold. The ECM uses this sensor reading to set injection timing and adjust the air-fuel ratio. If the fuel mileage and power output of you engine seem low, some owners have found improvement in EGT, fuel economy, and power after cleaning carbon from the IAT sensor in at the rear of the intage manifold. Engine with exhaust brakes are particularly prone to IAT sensor fouling because soot is blown back into the intake during valve overlap.
sounds like your sensor is bad. Check it with an ohms meter. put a lighter on it, if the reading goes down as it gets hot, and back up as it cools. it should be good. otherwise replace it.
yes and the transmission too is recomended..... These trans are not so reliable and if there's lower miles on the 2000 you should swap out the entire rig
Looking at the front of the engine, it is on the right hand side of the engine, just below the o2 sensor. It will have two tubes going into it.
I have a 1998 Metro with the 1.3l and the Camshaft Position Sensor is located on the bottom of the oil pan.
Under hood, center, upper engine area, front of carburetor, mounted in intake manifold
Inside the black air filter box that connects to your intake has 4 clamps holding it down remove replace and done=)
Simply unplug the wire from it, put a wrench on it and turn it counter clockwise to get it out. Installation is the reverse of the afore mentioned.
It's either in the intake or in a hose between the intake and valve cover.
If they are the same sensor... replace the easy one first and if the code returns, take the old one and replace the other one