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This seal is located in the front of the transmission. Its called a front input shaft seal. You will need to drop the transmission and remove the torque converter. Once the converter is off if you look at the shaft protruding from the transmission just at the base of the input shaft you will see this seal.
you can rent a seal remover from you parts store, IE Autozone or Oriely's and rent the seal installer tool. This will insure that you do not damage the seal housing or the seal when installing the new one.
One word of advice would be to take the torque converter to a transmission shop and have it checked before reinstalling it. If it has a worn seal face or has a bad set of blades you would be money ahead to replace it while your doing it the first time and not have to pull it back apart 3 months later.

1997 Geo Metro | Answered on Jul 30, 2010


REMOVAL & INSTALLATION Fig. 1: Removing injectors from fuel rail 84245032.gif
Fig. 2: Make sure injectors rotate freely in cylinder head 84245033.gif
  1. Relieve fuel system pressure and disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove intake air hose between throttle body and intercooler.
  3. Remove accelerator cable.
  4. Unclamp PCV and fuel return hoses from deliver pipe.
  5. Unclamp injector wiring harness.
  6. Disconnect injector coupler.
  7. Remove cold start injector pipe from delivery pipe.
  8. Remove vacuum hose from pressure regulator.
  9. Remove fuel feed hose from delivery pipe.
  10. Remove pressure regulator from delivery pipe.
  11. Remove delivery pipe with injectors.
  12. Remove injectors from delivery pipe. To install:
  13. Replace injector O-rings and lubricate with fuel. NOTE: Make sure injectors rotate smoothly. If not, probable cause is incorrect installation of O-ring.
  14. Check if insulator is scored or damaged. If it is, replace with new one.
  15. Connect delivery pipe with injectors.
  16. Install pressure regulator to delivery pipe using a new O-ring.
  17. Install fuel feed hose to delivery pipe.
  18. Install vacuum and fuel return hoses to pressure regulator and clamp securely.
  19. Install cold start injector pipe to delivery pipe using new gaskets.
  20. Install injector coupler. Clamp injector wiring harness.
  21. Install PCV hose to cylinder head.
  22. Install throttle position sensor coupler.
  23. Install accelerator cable and adjust free-play.
  24. Install intake air hose to throttle body and intercooler.
  25. Connect the negative battery cable.
  26. Start engine and check for leaks.
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1997 Geo Metro | Answered on Jul 03, 2010


Check the wiring to the headlight. Maybe where the headlight wires meet the headlight are loose. Sounds like a wiring issue.

1997 Geo Metro | Answered on Jun 18, 2010


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1997 Geo Metro | Answered on Jun 04, 2010


Hi:
Specifically, you remove the transmission dipstick and use a narrow funnel to pour transmission fluid in the transmission till it is full. Remember to check your fluid level after the transmission is warmed up, and the car is running, gearshift in Park.

1997 Geo Metro | Answered on May 06, 2010


I don't think you do! Unless the '91 is a lot different than my '92, it doesn't have power steering.

1997 Geo Metro | Answered on Apr 23, 2010


If the dash lights stay on and do not dim when you turn the key, (if the lights dim it's likely a bad starter) it could still be the solenoid on the starter (the + battery cable attaches to it) getting stuck, but there are a couple of other things to check. I would start (no pun intended) by putting a voltage tester on the stud for the switch wire (the small wire) at the solenoid and check if there is voltage to the solenoid. If there is, and the starter doesn't crank, it's likely the solenoid. If there's no power to the solenoid, I would trace the switch wire back checking for bad connections and then check the clutch switch. The clutch switch is under the dash aligned with the top of clutch pedal arm so that it is pushed in when the clutch pedal is pushed. It is a safety interlock to keep the car from starting if the clutch is out, but mine has occasionally not made contact. You can check it by using a DMM to do a continuity test when the button is pushed.

1997 Geo Metro | Answered on Apr 23, 2010


try the park dim light swith

1997 Geo Metro | Answered on Apr 07, 2010


There is probably something shorting the front turn signal wires; the car is supposed to turn the signal light circut on and leave it on if it detects a burned out light bulb. The flashers, however, are supposed to work normally no matter what happens.
Hope this helps!

1997 Geo Metro | Answered on Mar 14, 2010


The belt for the A/C is its own belt, is it not? If there is nothing being driven by the belt besides the A/C, then remove it and you are set. If the belt drives something else, then you can take a piece of twine or wire and wrap it around the outside of the grooves of the pulleys of the crankshaft and the other accessory (the outside is to say where the outside of the belt would have been if it was there - the high part of the groove). Make a mark on the wire or twine where the circuit is complete and measure the length (or if you have a tailor's tape, just use that, laying it flat across and around the pulleys). Now take that measurement to a parts store and ask for a belt of that length. Make sure you take the belt you took off and give them it for width and groove comparison, too.

i hope this was of some help,
matthew

1997 Geo Metro | Answered on Mar 14, 2010


check your distributor cap and rotor button. look on inside and see if its burnt or nicked. also check your coil.

1997 Geo Metro | Answered on Mar 13, 2010


Okay....here ya go!

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This is for the 1.6L



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1997 Geo Metro | Answered on Mar 07, 2010


CLICK on the following LINK. It has the Timng Mark(s) Diagrams you will need.
If you would: Before Clicking: Let me know if this helped you, or if you have any additional information or questions. Feel Free to contact me at FixYa.com!

http://www.2carpros.com/car_repair_information/year/1997/make/geo/model/metro/1997_geo_metro_timing_belt_diagram_marks.htm

1997 Geo Metro | Answered on Mar 03, 2010


check the wheel bearing

1997 Geo Metro | Answered on Feb 27, 2010


swap your plug over with one from another cylynder-if new plug in 2 still fouls then its not the plug its the lead or the distributer cap-check inside distributer cap for thin black lines runniing from one contact to another-its called arcing,you cant cure it ,buy a new cap

1997 Geo Metro | Answered on Feb 25, 2010


check the connections on the battery/make sure that they are good,make sure the ground cable is attached to the engine.check where it hooks to the engine ground... they brake there becouse of the extreeme movement of that engine...check the terminal on the starter that is ware the return charge goes through. and on some of those cars there is a voltage regular (external) remember that on all cars there has to battery power to the alternator for it to work

1997 Geo Metro | Answered on Feb 25, 2010


Check the back of the light housing, alot of the lights that have replaceable bulbs have a twist and lock release on the back. The whole bulb housing and wires will twist and come out

1997 Geo Metro | Answered on Feb 19, 2010


I had a similar problem with my 1987 ford escort. In this case I knew before hand what was going to happen. My water pump was going bad and loosened up the timing belt enough for belt to slip. Once that timing belt moves in position then things run bad and finally quit as mine did.

I am guessing this is the case for you also. I have changed out 3 timing belts on different escorts now, the first took about 2 days but the last took about 15 mins. The belt in my case only cost about 30 dollars.

Hope this helps

1997 Geo Metro | Answered on Feb 19, 2010


Shift cable likely out of adjustment.

1997 Geo Metro | Answered on Feb 19, 2010

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