Question about 1997 Geo Metro
It sounds like you have broken your timing belt. Remove the plastic cover on the end of the head and see if it is still wrapped around the cam sprocket on the end of the motor. If this is the case consider replacing the belt tensioner when you replace the belt. This should keep you from having to do the job twice. You are fortunate that breaking the belt on your model should NOT bend the valves.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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