Have you fixed this yet? The fix is cheap and easy. Let me know if you haven't yet. Mr Geo Metro leehduncan@Verizon.net
If it is automatic and it grinds, that means you must come to a complete stop before shifting into reverse, or your transmission is no good
Yes it is. Any Metro transmission made after the year 1994 will fit in your 98 Metro.
Have you ever changed the fluid and filter in the transmission? If not, that's the first thing you should try.
TH125 three speed.
Sounds like it needs new friction parts internally. Find a good shop.
Sell '91 Metro manual. Purchase '91 Metro automatic. You'll be less than $500 out of pocket which is a lot less than a serviceable automatic will cost.
if the engines that they came off of are the same it should work
It isn't possible. You'll need to have the transmission rebuilt.
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
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For all automatic transmissions you add fluid through the dipstick tube.
typically it is done around 100,000 miles. If it doesn't have a sealed transmission (which the metro doesnt) you should change the fluid.
Remove the transmission dipstick and insert a funnel into the metal tube. Be careful you don't over fill though.
If you are speaking of the automatic transmission, no. The 1997 geo metro has a 3 speed automatic. At approximately 35 mph it will shift from 2nd to 3rd gear. This means that it will run at 3500 rpm when traveling at 55 mph. Most cars with overdrive will shift to the 4th gear (overdrive) at this point. A geo metro, which only has 3 gears, does not.
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.
There are two types of transmission fluid used by this car. For a manual transmission us 75W90 GL5 gear oil, and for an automatic use DEXRON-III.
Check your transmission fluid levels. Look around for leaks...you'll see a reddish fluid around the drive axle on your transmission or around the radiator.
yes... on the 1.3 ltr engine methinks.. worked on a H reg bout 15 yrs ago..
it is in the transmission
how do you check transmission fluid level in a 2001 chevy metro
another 95 Geo- maybe a ford aspire, a old dodge colt or a lawnmower.
check fuses first .
Yes, they are. Please remember you have to also change the flywheel on the manual with the flexplate from the automatic transmission/tourque converter. you might also have to change the axles too.
Thils is a typical problem in the geo transmission. There is a check valve in the shift body of the transmission. It is easily fixed and costs next to nothing. If you haven't fixed it by now contact me and I'll give you the information. Mr Geo Metro email@example.com
No. The Metro trans is too small.