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diagram of what>/
a mechanical drawing, of how it works or to show part numbers.
all exist there are many drawing, and a whole service manual on just the Trans.
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)
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Get to know the sister cars. The Suzuki Swift is almost completely identical to the Geo Metro and the Pontiac Firefly: the only differences were that the Metro and the Firefly were available in sedan form and the Swift wasn't. Also, no changes were made to any of these cars between 1995 and 1997. If you look for parts for any of these cars they will work.
Vehicles mentioned: 1995, 1996, 1997 Suzuki Swift 1995, 1996, 1997 Geo Metro 2/3dr 1995, 1996, 1997 Pontiac Firefly 2/3dr
In addition the only things that changed after 1997 were the bumpers and front turn signals (and that the Metro became a Chevy) so taillights for later Swifts/Metros/Fireflies should work as well.