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About Chevrolet Metro

Chevrolet Metro is a supermini car manufactured jointly by General Motors and Suzuki from 1989 to 2001. The first Chevrolet Metro was introduced in 1989 to replace the Chevrolet Sprint in the United States. Actually, it was called as Geo Metro from 1989 through 1997. And until 1998, it was named as Chevrolet Metro. Until 2001, Chevrolet Metro had been produced through two generations.
The first generation Chevrolet Metro (1989-1994) was built along with the second generation Suzuki Cultus at the same platform in late 1988. It then mainly offered 2-door convertible. Then in 1995, the second generation Chevrolet Metro (1995-2001), which was the third generation North American Cultus, was introduced as a 3-door hatchback and a 4-door sedan. There were base, LSi trim levels available. Chevrolet Metro then had three engine options: a 1.0 L LP2 inline 3-cylinder gasoline engine, a 1.3 L L72 inline 4-cylinder engine and a 1.3 L LY8 inline 4-cylinder engine. Available transmissions were 5-speed manual transmission and 3-speed MX17 automatic transmission.

Chevrolet Metro Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

It is not rare that everything would wear out as time passes by, without exception for Chevrolet Metro. As accumulation of mileage, Chevrolet Metro will display these common problems:
First, engine turns over but won't start. This is the top problem according to Chevrolet Metro owners. They complained that leaking oil caused poor fuel economy, rough running engine accompanied by misfiring or stalling. Sometimes, the knocking sound from the engine as well as the illuminated Check Engine Light kept reminding them of doing something. Any decreased power and acceleration in your Metro is warning you to check the timing cover, rocker shaft spring kit, rocker arm, EGR filter and EGR valve.
Second, transmission failure and suspension issue. Chevrolet Metro drivers said the gears would be inoperable at all except the indicator did not match the gear or transmission slips out of gear. And the clutch pedal became hard to depress and more serious is the clutch pedal would sink to the floor. If your Chevrolet Metro is experiencing these, you can try checking the shift cable and clutch cable. Suspension issue is often caused by a broken control arm.
Your Chevrolet Metro needs a meticulous maintenance if you want it has a longer lifespan. So please pay attention to the power steering hose on it, which is also easy to go wrong. And some daily used auto parts such as seat belt, door handle, wiper blade, emblem and headlight and so on need to be on your maintenance list.
If you are in need of brand new OEM Chevrolet Metro auto parts with affordable prices, then you can select freely from our complete catalog of genuine Chevrolet Metro auto parts at the lowest prices in the market. What's more, all OEM parts provided by us are backed up with the manufacturer's warranty, so you can trust the genuine Chevrolet Metro parts in quality and durability.