1990 Geo you should be able to push it in, tighten the small bolts by hand, and tighten the large nut by hand. Then put the tire on and lower it to put some weight on it. Lock the brake and torque to spec. 1990 Geo, the big nut needs to be 129 ft lb.
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The simple answer would be to turn the crank until the timing marks are lined up, then move the distributor until the rotor is pointing to the number one plug wire. If it still does not want to start, you may have to turn the rotor 180 degrees and try again.
I'm syill working on the problem but I swapped the throttle bore assemby , put new cap & rotor amd double checked the timeing (Both belt & distributer with timing light) and engine still floods,. Wm going th check for kinked return hose next.
CV Joints can break internally and cause the sound similar to trans problems.
You will either need a new axle/CV Joint, or to probably replace/rebuild the Transaxle completely.
You may be able to tell more from underneath with someone turning the wheel as you watch the CV Joint housing to make sure it's moving at the same time on both ends. If one end of the shaft moves, the other should move equally, not just the axle shaft, the ends that go into the trans and through the front wheels!
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It should be the same place as a 1991 Metro, on the back side of the transaxle there is a plug that takes a 15/16 wrench to remove. the plug faces the drivers side tire. If oil drips out when you remove the plug it is full. Otherwise use your finger to see if you can touch the oil. Fill with some type of syringe. jeb