Question about 1995 Geo Metro
What is the metal Pipe down the back of a 1995 1Liter 3 Cylinder Geo Metro Hatchback? It currently is Leaking and we are unsure of what the part is or what its called?
leaking what? antifreeze green/orange/pink fluid?
if yes, that is the doom sign. and overheating and possible head warping.
the only normal leak is A/C condensate (purewater) from the condensate tray below the A/C evaporator. (about passengers toe
a tube lands on earth and make a puddle.
can happen in winter using DEFrost mode of heater.
running 50% Antifreeze, yes, then what color is it? only you know that.
Posted on Jan 02, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi sounds like your engine is surging due to incorrect mixture now your idle screw is on the thottle cable were it connects to the carb and the mixture screw is on the carb body as an approx guide turn the mixture screw fully in then out two and a half turns that should help but y may need to fine ajust later
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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!
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
take off your idle air control motor and clean it with carb cleaner sounds like clogged and check your idle screw on the throttle body where wire from pedal connects to throttle body make sure it is not got something making it stick or push down cable and make sure the throttle body not dirtyl spray carb cleaner in it sometimes when dirty let in excess air and causes extra gas be used and high idle try these see if fixes it
Posted on Sep 24, 2010
SOURCE: what is the piston ring
The end gap is derived from the bore size. For the 2.91" (74mm) Geo 3 cyl bore, the top ring end gap is .004" divided by bore, so that is 2.91" / .004 = .012". The second ring and oil ring should be bore divided by .005", so that is 2.91" / .005 = .015". Don't file the springy part of the oil ring, as it is designed to compress and fit snuggly; just file the top and bottom ring that sandwich the springy part.
Posted on Dec 14, 2010
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