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The Chevrolet Metro is a subcompact car started in 1998, manufactured by General Motors. For the 2000 year, the car was available with a standard 1.3L 4-cylinder or a 1.0L 3-cylinder engine. For the hatchback edition, the 1.0L 3-cylinder was offered as standard with an output of 55hp with a fuel economy of 36mpg in the city and 42mpg on the highway. For the LSI trim against the base one, the sedan or the hatchback used a 1.3L 4-cylinder version which could produce the power of 79hp. The Metro was offered an optional 3-speed automatic type, with relatively decent acceleration and outstanding fuel economy. According to the EPA test, the car had a performance of 32 mpg in the city and 36 mpg on the highway under the 450-mile, weeklong situation. For the 2000 model, the 5-speed manual transmission was installed, and the LSI trim was equipped with a manual or automatic transmission. The Chevrolet Metro was designed with four seats in the first place, with a length of 149.4 inches and a height of 54.7 inches. The sedan and the hatchback were front-wheel-drive. The trunk of the car gave enough room for the passengers and the body was bolted together reasonably well. The Metro interior featured a body 15 inches longer with a standard folding rear seat. The sedan's length was 164 inches, 15 inches longer than that of the hatchback, and their wheelbase sizes shared 93 inches. All models rode on 13-inch wheels and tires, charcoal-colored bumpers, and the body-color bumpers were given to the LSI trim. As the cheapest Chevrolet model in the United States, the Metro is one of the most popular models in the country.

As mileage accumulates, the Chevrolet Metro often displays common problems related to engine and transmission failure, as well as suspension issues. Engine problems include difficulty starting, poor fuel economy, rough running, misfiring, or stalling engines, and a knocking sound, often accompanied by an illuminated Check Engine Light. Decreased power and acceleration may be symptomatic of issues with the timing cover, rocker shaft spring kit, rocker arm, EGR filter, and EGR valve. Transmission issues often manifest as inoperative gears, a non-cooperative transmission, a hard-to-depress clutch pedal, or a clutch pedal that sinks to the floor. Such symptoms may indicate a problem with the shift cable or clutch cable. Suspension issues are frequently caused by a broken control arm. To prolong your Chevrolet Metro's lifespan, meticulous maintenance is crucial. This includes attention to parts like the power steering hose, seat belts, door handles, wiper blades, emblems, headlights, and other frequently used auto parts.

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Chevrolet Metro Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to inspect and replace rubber brake hoses?
    A: About every six months, the rubber hoses connecting the steel brake lines to the front and rear brake assemblies should be inspected for cracks, chafing, leaks, blisters, and other damage. A thorough check using a light and mirror is recommended, and any hose exhibiting these conditions should be replaced with a new one. To replace the front brake hose, disconnect the brake line from the hose fitting using a back-up wrench, being careful not to bend the frame bracket or brake line. Remove the U-clip from the female fitting at the bracket using pliers, then detach the hose from the bracket. Unscrew the brake hose from the caliper and securely thread the new hose into the caliper. Install the female fitting in the hose bracket without twisting the hose, and secure it with the U-clip. Attach the brake line to the hose fitting using a back-up wrench. Ensure there are no kinks in the hose and that it doesn't contact any part of the suspension. For metal brake lines, use the correct parts and avoid using copper tubing. Prefabricated brake lines with flared tube ends and fittings are available for installation. Make sure the new line is securely supported in the brackets and has sufficient clearance from moving or hot components. After installation, check the master cylinder fluid level and add fluid if necessary. Bleed the brake system and test the brakes before driving in traffic.
  • Q: How do you remove and install a Coil Springs and Trailing Arm?
    A: To begin, block the front wheels and securely support the rear of the vehicle. Remove the rear wheel(s) and reference mark the position of the cam for rear toe adjustment. Loosen the nuts mounting the trailing arm to the body and the knuckle-to-trailing arm mounting nut. Place a jack under the trailing arm to prevent it from lowering. Remove the lower mount nut of the knuckle and raise the jack enough to remove the knuckle-to-trailing arm mounting bolt. Separate the knuckle from the trailing arm and gradually lower the jack to remove the coil spring. Remove the body-to-trailing arm bolts and finally, remove the trailing arm. For installation, reverse the removal steps and ensure the rear toe adjustment cam is placed in the same position as before.