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first check fuses. (test them)
then check for spark at all 4 cylinders. good.?
if not timed correctly (spark) with timing light, then the cam belt slipped. (oops not changed at 60k, oops)
if all that is good engine runs on test fuel, does it?
if yes, you lost fuel.
easy huh, watch scotty https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=064Ilsz8Fzg&NR=1&feature=fvwp
few cars on earth had one engine , most have options the metro had 3. so if both cars had the same engine , are they the same. is the real question. read the wiki on geo metro. here is one other issue , quoted 1997 featured the four-cylinder engine with a new sixteen-valve head (rather than the eight valves of the earlier design)
that means the EFI is different and head. (at least)
the metro is either a 3 or 4 cylinder japanese mitsubishi engine and has nothing in common with the 4 cylinder GM 1.9L 4. so you would have to manufacture new mounts, and electrical and mechanical connections for everything. assuming you have those skills, the car would be underpowered. compare the size of the tiny metro with the small saturn. look in a junkyard for a 96-98 saturn engine which will bolt right in. note the donor vehicle must match the donee vehicle in engine a SOHC or DOHC.
So what engine is in it? It always helps to state which engine you have, trans, 4 door ect. Should be near the harmonic balancer either attatched to ther front of the engine, or bolted to the engine block.