Question about 1994 Geo Metro
Transmission will knot shift from 1,2,D unless you do it manual yourself please help
If it will shift from second to third automatically, but not to from first to second, then I would suspect the 1st to second solenoid. If you have to change all gears manually, I would suspect the Transmission Control Module located in a small metal bod located under the dash to the right side of the steering column. It's held in by 2 10mm bolts. I do not know about the fuse or where it is located. So you may want to do some research to find the location of it. That would, of course be your cheapest fix if fuse is blown. Don't forget to change your auto trans fluid and filter every 50,000 miles.
Posted on Nov 21, 2013
Hi no codes registering try looking at the shift soleniods relays and fuses its just a changing problem it drives ok otherwise paul
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