Question about 1998 Chevrolet Metro
One thing the charger is defect or the battery can't stand the charge. if you have another battery for testing your system,
Posted on Oct 18, 2013
Check the fuel pressure valve. fuel goes in it and out the other side it keep the pressuer right when they weaken the fuel does not get through it fast enough. and you will lose power.
Posted on Oct 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sound to me like the starter solenoid is bad. If you can remove the starter yourself you should be able to repair the problem. You will need to remove the terminal cover from the solenoid(be careful because there are wires connected to the underside of those terminals so do not force it.) If you look at the back of the terminals you will probably see that the inside part of the bolt is burned. loosen the nuts that hold the terminals and rotate them so that the burned sections are to the outside then tighten the nuts back. (not too tight because you can break the plastic) You can test the starter before you put it back in the van (after reassembling the starter itself of course) by connecting a set of jumper cables from the battery to the starter. Negative gets clipped to any good metal tab (usually where the mounting bolts go is a good spot) and the Positive cable goes to the big terminal where you first removed the cable from. touch a screwdriver to the smaller terminal and then touch the screw driver shaft to the + CABLE CLIP (not the terminal because you can damage the threads if it arcs) Be sure to have a good grip on the starter because if it works then it will jump. And keep your fingers out of the hole where the gear (Bendix) is because when you bridge the contacts the Bendix will pop forward and will shred your fingertips.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
make sure all those spots the wire daisy chains too arent corroded and clean and shiny bright, check all your connections and check that theres no corrosion on the bolts or mounting points. other then that you may just have a bad alternator again, autozone parts arent always the best
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
your problem is not in the charging or the starting system yoiu need to drain the gas and put fresh fuel in it, also try to an additive.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
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