If it is an automatic you will likely have to add fluid through the dipstick tube. This is a real pain because the diameter of the tube is quite small and overflows easily. You will need to buy a funnel where the size is very close to the inside diameter of the upper neck of the tube. It will still probably make a mess though. It helps alot if you heat up the fluid before adding it, lowering the viscosity keeps it from overflowing in the tube.
1996 metro calls for dextron 2, should tell you on your transmission dip stick
transmission goes into gear but wont hardly move
if the engines that they came off of are the same it should work
fill to the plug hole on side of transmission
Can you swap a 93 Geo metro manual transmition with a 95 Geo Metro
it holds 3.16 quarts or 3.5 liters
For all automatic transmissions you add fluid through the dipstick tube.
5w 30 or 10w30
Yes it is. Any Metro transmission made after the year 1994 will fit in your 98 Metro.
5 pints (2.5 quarts)
Owners manual recommends Dexron II ATF
can someone tell me how to adjust timing on a geo metro 1996
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.
it is in the transmission
The transmission needs to have a proper flush. Drain the old fluid and pour in new fluid then take the 1997 Geo Metro for a test drive. If the problem still persist then the gears may be too worn.
yes.... but why would you want to
Thils is a typical problem in the geo transmission. There is a check valve in the shift body of the transmission. It is easily fixed and costs next to nothing. If you haven't fixed it by now contact me and I'll give you the information. Mr Geo Metro email@example.com
There are two types of transmission fluid used by this car. For a manual transmission us 75W90 GL5 gear oil, and for an automatic use DEXRON-III.
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 and the transmission too is recomended..... These trans are not so reliable and if there's lower miles on the 2000 you should swap out the entire rig
No they will not fit. after 1994 the Geo Metro developed a new more curved body system. You can use a 1989 - 1994 Geo Metro door though.
Check your transmission fluid levels. Look around for leaks...you'll see a reddish fluid around the drive axle on your transmission or around the radiator.
Yes they do, it has several. The most common is the shift solenoid which is located in the oil pan for the transmission.
Remove the transmission dipstick and insert a funnel into the metal tube. Be careful you don't over fill though.