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i have a chv metro 1998 1.3L that i am replacing the timing belt i have a repare book but it dos not show the timing marks on the cam shaft or the crank shaft when replacing the timing belt? HELP?...

I've had a Tracker and Metro since 1998. Tracker has been ok, except for third gear going out in the standard transmission (replaced) and dealer refusal to fix the window defroster on the optional fi...

I have recently purchased a black Aveo LT Hatchback with all the options except engine heater. This car replaced a 1998 4-door Metro LSI, which was getting a "little long in the tooth". The ...

i wouldnt chance it. i had a 1995 3 cyl stick metro before and you only have about 70 hp and is not that powerful. i felt it slower with just one passenger besides me. you want to take care of your...

The guy you talked to has a close estimate. I drive a 1998 Chevy Metro and I hit 112mph in 4th gear. People bash the Metros because of their small engine and good mileage but they are surprisingly fas...

There does not seem to be anything else wrong, so I am thinking this is the work of a on-board speed limiter (booo!). This is my first American car/truck in a long time, and needless to say I am disa...

You can get a 1998 Chevrolet/Geo Metro for the $4000 price limit. They are nice little cars too, so you might want to check into it....

I also have the 3.1 engine, (1998 model) and have been getting low 20's in metro area driving, and close to 30 mpg on the highway. Pretty good for that size vehicle....

Very happy to report 37.6 mpg on my first tank of gas in my brand new 2001 Prizm. The car is the 5 speed, and the driving was about 85% hi way, and the rest in and through small towns, on my way to w...

New to the forum. Have a 1998 Chevy Metro 3 cyl. 1.0 liter. Was getting in the mid-40's up until a few months ago when I had to replace the balding tires. About the same time, had to replace the wat...

1998 Chevrolet Metro -Reliable car, but A/C worked poor at best. Would not cool on a really hot day, but 2 GM service depts. claimed it was working according to specs (one tech agreed that it still di...
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