It isn't possible. You'll need to have the transmission rebuilt.
The engine and transmission of a manual 3 cylinder weighs 135lbs.
Yes it is. Any Metro transmission made after the year 1994 will fit in your 98 Metro.
On engine casing, passenger's side, on flange that bolts to transmission. Probably covered with engine gunk.
TH125 three speed.
No, a 91 metro transmission will not fit in a 98. A 91 will fit any metro between 1988 - 1996 though. After 1996 a lot of Metro's became 4 Cylinder which made them different from the previous generation metros. It may fit if the engine sizes are correct (1.0 litre 3 cylinder to the same but do not mix and match).
yes... on the 1.3 ltr engine methinks.. worked on a H reg bout 15 yrs ago..
yes, if it's a 3 cylinder Mr Geo Metro yes, if it's a 3 cylinder Mr Geo Metro
where can you find an engine diagram of a geo metro 3 cylinder 1.0L engine
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
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
Hey Jeremiah==It is possible but VERY expensive. GoodluckJoe I have not done this but one time I replaced a motor in a 1992 GEO metro 5speed with another metro motor from an automatic I had to remove the torq converter and flywheel and put the flywheel and clutch on it from the oringinal one I had on it and it worked. hope this might help a little.
One car was the 1999 Chevrolet Metro , you could get a 1.0 liter / 61 cubic inch , 3 cylinder engine
The Geo Metro was the only Geo to have a 3cylinder engine.
# 1 is closest to the timing belt and furtherest from the transmission.
There are now not many cars in the United States that are made with a 3 cylinder engine. A couple of the vehicles that were once made with a 3 cylinder engine is a Geo Metro and Dihatsu Charade.
There are cars that have engines with only ( 3 ) engine cylinders such as : The Chevrolet Metro with the 1.0 liter , 61 cubic inch , 3 cylinder engine ( 1999 )
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.
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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.
The difference between a Metro and a Prizm are pretty big. The Metro is made for fuel MPG and therefore it is stripped down, basic items, fairly rattly ride. It is for getting the big miles in MPG (43/51). It is for basic transport. Small 3 cylinder 1.0 litre Suzuki engine not made for consistent highway abuse. The Prizm is a little more upscale than the Metro. It features luxuries such as A/C, Automatic Transmission, Power Windows, 4 cylinder Toyota powerful engine and it is bigger inside and out. It is not recommended if you want big MPG, but if you like basic comforts. The Geo family really shared no mechanical parts in fact all that most of them had in common was the Geo emblem and decals placed on the cars, The Metro was based on a suzuki design and came in three trim levels XFi, Base, and LSi a three cylinder engine and four cylinder engine were offered, The Metro LSi could be out fitted with many options including automatic, a/c, power steering, and contrary to what the answer above states the Metro was very well equipped for an economy car and it had no problem on the highway. The Geo Prizm was based on the Toyota Corolla and was much more luxurious compared to the Metro it offered three trim levels as well base, LSi, and GSi. The Prizm also offered excellent gas mileage 31 / 35 mpg both the Metro and Prizm were excellent cars as were the entire Geo brand
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