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My 1994 Geo Metro will go into gear but won't go

My 1994 Geo Metro will go into gear but won't go nowhere

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There are R, 1,2 and D gears, all 3 dead?
the automatic transmission is failing?
so tell the full story.
1: i get in car start engine and select, drive,
2: i step on the throttle pedal, the RPM goes to 1000 and stops
engine bad,(100 related reasons) weak engine.
2b: I do same the RPM goes to way over 3000 rpm engine screams
in bar stool words
this is called transmission, bad. (for 100 reasons)

1: make sure shift cable works like new, read the FSM on the checks.
2: make sure levels are correct per the operators guide, do not guess.
read the guide and do it right. not like engine checks. of oil at all.
if fluid pink or red, or brown and black or black and full of metal flakes.???? ever do a tranny serviced (full) this DECADE? hummmmm........
3: fuses good. all fuses.
4:if here, RIP tranny

Posted on Sep 13, 2014

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SOURCE: 1994 Geo Metro sputtered and

have a budy turn the key on but do not try to start you take the gass cap off and lission to see if you hear a whine or buzz for bout 2 sec try turing the key on and a few times if you hear a buzz then the fuel pump is probabley workinf if not then check fuse and relay first also check timing belt

Posted on Aug 29, 2008

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