1998 Chevrolet Metro Q&A
1998 Chevrolet Metro Question: no start
Recently our Metro would not start.Even after an attempted jump start...no luck. Our mechanic diagnosed a failed starter and recommended replacing and older and weakening battery.Both items were replaced. One week later it is acting the same way. Any help would be appreciated. - indycoltsbc87
If the engine was turning with or without a different starter and battery, why replace them.?? Your mech is a dope!!! You more likely have a timing belt gone bad,or a bad fuel pump. Check the fuses on the pump. Have a "REAL" mech look at it and check to see if your getting a spark. If the timing belt is gone, it wont turn the distributer... hense no spark. It could also have a bad timing module, which is just a small part in the block that is a magnet, that tells the ecm where the crankshaft is.They go bad and crack, and let oil in and destroys them. Just changing the starter was a dumb move - Robertford
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