I know mine is under the hood and I have a 97 geo metro so you may want to start there.
The '97 Geo Metro (Base, LSi or XFi) does not have a fuel light.
Were can I buy a throttle cable for a 97 geo metro
same as the coil located inside the car underneath the dash drivers side.
They sure are. Metro rear windows were the same from 1989 - 1994 and 1995 - 2000. Hope this helps.
It depends on the size of your engine.
front of the engine
Most auto parts stores have wiring diagrams for a 97 Geo Metro. This includes wiring diagrams for the brake light, head lights, and much more.
It is 17mm.
wher is fuse for a.c.
A 97 Geo Metro that cranks but gets no spark is not getting enough power to the ignition coil or the coil itself is bad. The coil use the 12 volts of power provided by the battery and alternator to generate a very powerful spark.
On my 97, its in the fuse panel at the end of the dash. Open drivers door to get to the panel.
In the fuse panel on the drivers end of the dash ( the fuse panel cover is visible with the drivers door open ) It is fuse # 17 - 25 amp - for cigar lighter
try using a drill motor and a drill bit
The interior fuse panel is just under the left edge of the dash panel where it is mounted on the firewall.
Probably you have a burned fuse. There are separate fuses for left and right headlights, and whrn one gets blown, the headlight will be dim because it is grounding through the other headlight.
mostly, yes. however Chevy bought GEO in 97 so there may be a few mods to the '98 it really depends on which parts you are referring
To the left of the emergency brake in a panel
Probably 4-5 Add 4 then check
fuse #31 (7.5A) inside the passenger compartment (not under the hood)
Diagram is on the inside of the fuse box cover in the under hood fuse box. For inside the cabin, the fuse labels are in the back side of the kick panel
I'm not sure about the 94 Geo Metro, but I'm replacing one on a 97 Geo Metro hatchback. When you open the hood, the fuse box is on the far right hand side. There are two little black boxes over there, one of which has the fuses in them. I'm not sure what is in the other box -- more fuses? they look different, so I'm not sure. The top of the box (which pops off easily) has a little diagram that specifies what each individual fuse is connected to. The main fuse says BATT. I think this is referred to as the Main Fuse. It is a rectangular plastic yellow box with a clear top. It is attached with two screws that willl fit both a Phillips head screwdriver or a socket wrench. On my 97 it is a 70 amp, 32 volt fuse. Make sure you take it out to use as a comparison when you go to buy a replacement -- practically each make/model has different fitting shape, or so I'm told. I hope that was helpful.
It should be in the fuse panel under the hood.