remove screws from within the engine compartment that fasten it in place.
More detailed info is needed. There are 2 obvious screws that can be removed. But there is still one or more holding the fixture in place. How many screws are there to be removed and where are they located? Or, alternateively, how do you get to them? Is it possible that the third item is not a screw but some sort of press fit or snap in connector?
after the two screws are removed pull straight out on the plastic piece. There are two snap in plugs which will release.
Sometimes I think these answers are left by mechanics just to frustrate people. There are two different kinds of headlight assemblies on the 1997 Geo Metro. One is called the sealed beam assembly. It has a sealed beam headlight which is all one unit (like all headlights used to be). With this fixture, according to the book, there are supposedly just the two top screws and it pulls out - I wouldn't know for sure - I don't have that model. But on my model, which has the composite type of headlight assembly - the kind where the halogen bulb inserts into the back of the unit - there are three screws. There are the obvious top two screws, and another one under the unit which is a bugger to get to. The best way is to remove the blinker unit underneath the headlight assembly (it pops out with just two screws removed) and then you will be able to shine a light back there and see the 3rd screw (look straight in and then slightly up). It screws in parallel to the ground - from front to back, NOT perpendicular like the other two. You'll have to reach in from underneath the car to get to it, and you'll need the correct sized little screwdriver or driver unit for your rachet to get it out. It's the same size as the other two screws, so if your screwdriver fits good on those it's the correct size, but you'll need a short handled screwdriver to fit under there! The headlamp assembly then just pulls out (wiggle it carefully, also be sure to unplug the wiring from the two lights - the big one just unplugs - the little bulb (the running light) has a snap catch, or you can just turn the part where it attaches to the assembly and the whole bulb will come out. However, there really is no need the remove the whole headlamp assembly unit if it's just the headlight that needs replacing. To replace the halogen headlight, first unplug the wiring, then turn the snap ring until it comes off, and carefully de-latch the metal "wire" holder that holds the halogen bulb in place. You may have to loosen a screw to do this, and take great care to see how this metal wire holder is on there, because it'll just pop off of there, and you'll have a devil of a time figuring out how it went on there to hold the bulb down (at least the first time you do it - after that you'll be OK - but if you take the time at the start to note how it's on there you'll save yourself a lot of grief!) If you are replacing the headlight on the drivers side, you'll also have to remove the battery first, but in my opinion, that's still easier than removing the entire headlamp unit. Good luck - you can do it!!
Yes it shoud fit. Geo metros had the same headlights from 1995 - 1999
how can I remove adrum brake from geo metro 1992
at the end of the turn signal lever
you have to remove the head first.....
Can you swap a 93 Geo metro manual transmition with a 95 Geo Metro
Unfortunately, you have to remove the transmission.
General Motors A Geo Metro is a Cheverolet geo and Chevy metro are both made by suzuki in Canada
The geo metro is by far is the best v8 car.
What one of the 16 trim panels I can think of on the Metro And what year, Because it matters!
No they will not fit. after 1994 the Geo Metro developed a new more curved body system. You can use a 1989 - 1994 Geo Metro door though.
The geo metro was a version of the Suzuki Cultus that was produced from 1989-2001. The geo metro came with a 49 horsepower engine.
why does my GEO metro have no take off power
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
yes, if it's a 3 cylinder Mr Geo Metro yes, if it's a 3 cylinder Mr Geo Metro
Take off the screws that hold it on?
Here is the link to ehow on how to remove the CV joint on a 1991 Prizm. http://www.ehow.com/how_7906772_replace-geo-metro-cv-joints.html
Sounds like it needs a headlight switch.
No, it will not. After 1994 the Geo Metro became more curved so any part from before 1995 will not fit your geo metro. You can use any hood from 1995 - 1999 depending on the body style.
Sometimes you can remove the back seat and access it that way.
Yes it is. Any Metro transmission made after the year 1994 will fit in your 98 Metro.
how do you wrap the serpentine belts around on the 1999 geo metro
yes.... but why would you want to
Were can I buy a throttle cable for a 97 geo metro
Never heard of a 2002 Geo Metro. As far as I know they were not produced after 2001 under the Geo Metro name.
NO! Geo Storms have a 4X100mm bolt pattern, a Geo Metro has 4X114.3mm bolt pattern.