You can't. They have a distributor pack, and not a cap and rotor. a 1.6 eng 93 geo storm has a distributor cap and rotor!!!
It's threaded into the front of your exhaust manifold.
Its on the end of the fuel rail
It should. To better check, go to local parts store and check the Haines Manual...is should be for both Geo Metro and Geo Storm, just check that is bolts up the same.
there is a connector under the dash on the passenger side
there is no pilot bushing/bearing for the Geo Storms '90-'93 manual transaxle.
A Chevrolet 502 if you want to do all the work that would take. Realistically, a 1.8L DOHC 16V out of the Geo Storm GSI is about the most you're gonna fit in there.
It changes the shift points in the transmission for best fuel economy.
Can you swap a 93 Geo metro manual transmition with a 95 Geo Metro
Yes any Storm motor will fit in any storm, however you will also need the wiring harness from the new engine if it is not the IDENTICAL motor. You will also then need the ECM. Storm Motors Include 1.6 SOHC 12v (90-93 Base Model) 1.6 DOHC 16v (90-91 GSi) 1.8 DOHC 16v (92-93 GSi) Sources... www.isuzone.org www.stormowners.com
u have to get a performance chip it will diasble the top speed limiter
best bet is go to an stereo store or crutchfield and get adapter they're cheap
yo need the torque for the tires. its 75
the PVC vlave is located in a hole on the top of the valve cover next to the oil fill cap.
take the screws out on the top you have to use a short Philips screw driver and theres 2 screws on the bottom then it pulls out
Jack up car, remove wheel, remove brake caliber. the rotor will pull right off
NOTEStep 1: Tighten all bolts to 22 ft. lbs.Step 2: Tighten all bolts to 51 ft. lbs.Step 3: Loosen all bolts, in reverse torque sequence, by 180°Step 4: Loosen all bolts, in reverse torque sequence again by 180°Step 5: Tighten bolts #1 and #2, in the torque sequence, to25 ft. lbs.Step 6: Tighten bolts #3,4,5 and #6, in the torque sequence, 11 ft. lbs.Step 7: Tighten all bolts, in torque sequence, by 80-90°Step 8: Tighten all bolts, in torque sequence, again by 80-90°
manual transmiissions theres a fill plug on the drivers side take the wheel off and youll see it next to the cvjoint
It's more of an alignment question than a torque question. Once the alignment is good, snug them up well and you'll be fine. As many as I've done, on many different brands of vehicles, I've never used a torque wrench.
Yes 1litre 3 cylinder.
Dunno if it's any help, but on my 93 model it was 125 INCH pounds. No sequence was listed so I criss-crossed in an alternating pattern.
All GEO Storm starters are interchangeable. It does not matter the year, engine or transmission. You can also get them from any Isuzu Impulse, Stylus, and 89 I-Mark RS. Some of the starters look different, or have different shapes. But all bolt up the same and will work. I have found a few have a different connector for the solinoid. This is delt with by splicing the wire with the correct type of connector from the donor car.
Torque Sequence 1993 3.8 Cougar; Looking at Engine from front of car the lower bolts are 7 3 1 5 upper bolts are 8 4 2 6. Step 1; Torque in Sequence to 37 FT./ LBS Step 2;Torque in Seq. To 45 FT./LBS. Step 3; Torque in Seq. To 52 FT,/LBS. Step4; Torque in Seq. To 59 FT./LBS. Step 5; Back off all bolts in Torque Sequence 2-3 turns. Step 6; Retorque all Bolts in Sequence 11-18 FT/LBS. Step7; Rotate Long Bolts 85-105 Degrees, Short Bolts 65-85 Degrees in Sequence. Recheck final Torque in Sequence. When replacing Head Gasket Besure To Replace all Head Bolts. Hope I Have Helped -u-. "Odie" OdiebuiltMC@aol.com