1995-2000 should all be the same
NO. the 96 and 97 transmissions are different.
The 1997 and 1999 Chevy Cavalier transmissions are exactly the same. The transmissions, transmission linkage, and transmission mounts are identical.
My 1999 Chev. Metro has fuel injection. I doubt that any of them were carbureted.
i need timeing marks for a 1999 1.3 chevy metro
yes they are
The automatic is a 46RE. The manual is a NV3500.
NO. Not even close. Chevy redesigned ALL the TRANSMISSIONS and ENGINES in late 1999. Anything above 1999 WILL NOT FIT anything under 1999.
NO it will not. Reason is that in late 1999 Chevy REDESIGNED all the engines and transmissions. Nothing from late 1999 will interchange with anything from 1999 and down.
why is my manual transmission slipping on my 1999 chev cavalier
NO.. Not even close. You can not use a transmission over the year of 1999. Chevy REDESIGNED there transmissions and engines in the late months of 1999
NO.. In late 1999 Chevy REDESIGNED the engines and transmissions. Anything from late 1999 and up will NOT interchange with anything under late 1999
No it will not. Chevy changed the design and bolt pattern in 1999. On the engine and transmissions.
The 1999 Chevy Geo Metro 1.0 liter engine PCV valve can be found on top of the engine. The PCV valve will be behind the air cleaner housing.
NO, not even close. Chevy redesigned the engines and transmissions in late 1999.
That would be the 4L60E. The 4L80E transmissions are in the 3/4 tons.
The 1999 Chevrolet Geo Metro horn fuse can be found in the fuse box. The horn fuse will be in the second column, fifth from the bottom.
Look in your owners manual or take it to the Chevy garage.
No. In the late month of 99 CHEVY redesigned all the engines,Transmissions and the entire body. Nothing over the year 1999 will fit on anything under 1999
You can if the 99 is the new body design / nother words the 99 body will look like the 2003 body. In LATE 1999 chevy REDESIGNED all there engines and transmissions and NOTHING will interchange from 1999 down to late 1999 and up.
NO it will not. In late 1999 Chevy redesigned the engines and transmissions. Nothing from LATE 1999 and up will fit anything under 1999.
NO, Not even close to being the same design. In late 1999 Chevy REDESIGNED all the transmissions and engines.
All Chevy transmission will bolt right to it up to the year 1999. After that year Chevy REDESIGNED the engines and transmissions.
Remove the belt from your 1999 Chevy Metro water pump. Remove the water pump return hose. Remove the water pump retaining bolts. Reverse the process to replace the water pump.
NO... It is not even close. Nothing under 1999 will work. Chevy REDESIGNED the engines and transmissions in late 1999.
10.4 gallons maximum per the owners manual