What would cause a 2001 Chevy Metro to burn oil?
if the 2001 Chevy metro is a 1.3L motor, chances are the valve guides are wearing causing oil to be burned. this is easily provable by letting the car sit overnight. when you start it in the morning if a puff of oil smoke comes out of the tail pipe and goes away fairly quickly and doesnt show off colored smoke the rest of the day, then the valve guides in the head are wearing. if you're adding more than a quart every 1000 miles then its probably a leaking oil pan gasket or something more serious
Why would the transmission not even go into drive in your 2001 Chevy Metro after you changed the transmission filter and put a quart of tranny fluid and lucas back into the tranny afterwards?
What would cause an intermittent knocking sound on the back of the car in right turns Seems to happen more when you are accelerating into the turn A 2001 Chevy Metro?
What could cause my 2000 Chevy Metro to have intermittent starting problems if the battery and alternator check good?
Although a previous answer said, "I had the same problem with a 2002 corvette. I replaced the battery and never had the problem again," I would suggest that you have your mechanic check the crank and cam shaft sensors to make sure they aren't corroding. My 2001 Metro LSI was doing the same thing, and it turned out to be the cam shaft sensor. Replacing it wasn't that big a deal, however, the long time…