there is a sensor on the brake (so the pedal has to be pushed to shift from park), a cable interlock on the ignition switch (so the key has to be in the run position to shift from park) the interlock solenoid is located at the front of the shifter mount (under the plastic console piece) where it meets the body. there should be a small access panel about the size of a Golf ball on the drivers side of the center console. Just below where the drivers knee would be. Take out the screw, pop out the panel, stick your finger (or screwdriver) in the hole. You are feeling for a small plastic rectangle, and is spring loaded. this is the manual release. !!DONT FORGET TO SET THE PARKING BRAKE!! Push the plastic piece toward the front of the vehicle to unlock the shifter. gently, and slowly pull the shifter out of park. I say slowly because you dont want your finger getting caught in anything.
a vacum line has either came lo ose or is cracked
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.
The type of oil that should be put into a 1995 Geo Metro is 5 W 30. The car uses approximately 5 quarts of oil.
If the engines are the same size then yes (ie) 3 cylinder 1.0L to 3 cylinder 1.0L.
If it has a manual transmission then you put it in neutral and release the parking brake. Always be in the drivers seat and have someone else push you. Put the key to start and pop start the clutch (which means pushing your foot all the way on the clutch, putting it into first and quickly releasing the clutch in 1 swift motion) this shouls start it up. Hope this helps.
Geo Metro Compact
Should be a reservoir on the firewall driver's side
Yes you can put AC in a Metro but I don't recommend it. My Metro has AC but if you do put it in it will slow your car down horridly and it will cause your high MPG Metro to drop down to that of a normal car. So it's sort of a comfort vs practicality debate :)
put it in neutral and push really hard
You don't have to be able to start a car to put it into neutral. Put the key in, turn it to on, then the shifter will be unlocked and you can move it to neutral.
You take out the transmissioon, take out the clutch, put a new one in, and put the transmission back in.
take out the old ones first..... then put in the new ones.
there are 3 rivets, they have to be drilled out then there are special rivets you have to put back in.
well i have a geo metro and i have a 3 cil in mine but they put a 4 cil in the 90s The Geo Metro is made by Suzuki. The Geo Prizm is made by Toyota and is built in California on the Corolla chassis. The 1992 Geo Prizm has a Toyota 1.6 Liter 4 cylinder. Base engine is 102 H.P. GSi engine is the same 1.6 but with 130 H.P.
Sure will. Any Metro motor from 1989-1997 will fit in it assuming that they are of equal size (ie) 3 cylinder 1.0L to 3 cylinder 1.0L. You can put a bigger engine like a 1.3L from a Swift in it but it requires a bit of tweaking.
The transmission needs to have a proper flush. Drain the old fluid and pour in new fluid then take the 1997 Geo Metro for a test drive. If the problem still persist then the gears may be too worn.
For all automatic transmissions you add fluid through the dipstick tube.
put your foot on the brake.... if that doesn't work you have to fix the wiring for the brake/transmission interlock
Take the terminals off the battery and leave them off for 30 minutes, then put them back on.
yes.... 195 60R14 or 185 65R14 or 165 70R14
Begin by loosening the motor mount retaining bolt in your 1993 Geo Metro. Jack the engine up a few inches. Remove the retaining bolt and the motor mount bushing. Put the new bushing in and reverse the process.
To put a window back on track in a 1996 Geo Metro, the door panel will have to be removed. Use a screwdriver to pry up the clips around the door panel. Then locate the window cable and rewind it. If the window is operated by a power switch, be careful not to pinch the fingers when rewinding the cable.
I have a 1991 geo metro with a 1.0 liter 3 cyl. that takes 3.7 quarts with filter.I also have a 1991 geo tracker 1.6liter four cyl.that takes 4.6 quarts with filter.If you put in 3 quarts for the 3 cyl and 4 quarts for a 4 cyl then top off as needed you can't go wrong.
yes put it neutral and tow from the front wheels