Took valve body out and only found four balls or check valves ,, two seats look good and one so so and one not so good ,,,, where do i get replace ment balls and are they bigger? also need the gasket that goes between the valve body halves. thanks for ur response,,, terry
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Main dealer is your best bet but get all the details of what model it is and chassi number as the parts vary from different models replace all gaskets and all valves not just one or two or you will be doing it again shortly change the oil these parts do wear but cheap oil is the biggest problem yates210456
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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)
alright, since the computer sees the transmission slipping, it maximizes pressure to try and compensate. with the 1870 code it is referring to the lockup clutch in the converter. I have seen colleagues remove the TCC (torque converter clutch) valve from the valve body and insert a stiffer spring to remedy the situation, but i have only seen it work effectively once. It almost always resulted in more problems and headaches wither immediately, or a week down the road.
i know its not what you want to hear, but a rebuild will probably be your best bet. hope this helps.