Hi there, You can find the Engine Crankshaft sensor for a 1998 Chevy Metro in the bottom front of the oilpan. Note, it goes thru the oilpan but, it's Not part of the oilpan or in the "oil chamber" itself. It's held in place with two (2) bolts. No oil will come out when you remove it. There is one (1) electrical connector on the sensor. Note, this can be easily mistaken for the oil pressure sensor. Note, they are prone to getting "dirty", so clean it off after removing. Good luck. John
it is located on the head
the seal on the crank shaft needs replaced
I have a 1998 Metro with the 1.3l and the Camshaft Position Sensor is located on the bottom of the oil pan.
you cant. the crank sprocket is keyed (it will only go on one way) and timing is controled through the PCM. hope this helps.
no they didnt have them till 1996 with the obd2
that must be some metro to have a big block
you gotta take the old one out first
It is in the diistributor.
inside of the distributor
NO cable. it has a vehicle speed sensor bolted into the transmission. Electronic controlled.
no. all geo metro 1.0L motors are non-interference motors. however it would be a very good idea to make sure the timing belt tensioner spring and tensioner roller and timing gears were not damaged by the bad timing belt. also you will have to clean out any debris at the crank position sensor at the crankshaft when installing the new timing belt so the fragments will not interfere with the sensor picking up the timing signal off the motor
Does it have an ignition control module? That may be the cause. Or possibly a MAP sensor or a Crank position sensor or Cam position sensor. Check those first.
to change o2 sensor ,you need to buy a o2 sensor socket from a parts store then disconnect neg terminal on battery ,after that disconnect wire connecter on o2 sensor and remome o2 sensor
Switching '94 with '98I have a '94 and a '98 and tried to switch the engines but the '94 doesn't have a crankshaft position sensor. This should be the same with a '93 too. The engine definitely won't run without it. The engines are the same, but the oil pump, oil pan, and the cam timing components are different. The oil pump is designed to hold the crank position sensor and is larger than the early oil pump, so you will have to replace the oil pump and pan. Along with the pump, you will also need to exchange upper and lower cam gears,crank trigger (the finned metal wheel that slides on behind the crankshaft gear), idler, timing belt, and timing belt cover.
you dont adjust a tension pulley you adjust the position of the compressor to tighten the belt
how do you check transmission fluid level in a 2001 chevy metro
Most '95 metros do not have one, if it does It's below the crank gear on the front of the engine, oil pan area, it is a two conductor connector
In my case, it was a crank shaft sensor that went out, causing the cam sensor to go out, which may have led to the killing of the fuel pump. $200 later, hopefully it fixes it.
One O2 sensor is on the manifold after the first catalytic converter and the other O2 is downstream behind the second catalytic converter (middle of vehicle body underneath).
can you change the alternator belt in a 1998 Chevy metro from under the car.
The 1998-2000 Chevy Metro with 1.0L engine has an oil capacity of 3.5 quarts.
check fuel pressure, that is a symptom of fuel starvation, or inconsistent fuel supply, you never know what might have happened during the swap. the computer in the 98 is looking for the crank position sensor when it don't see it it thinks the engine isn't running
General Motors A Geo Metro is a Cheverolet geo and Chevy metro are both made by suzuki in Canada
i need timeing marks for a 1999 1.3 chevy metro