Geo Tracker Repair and Maintenance
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Geo Tracker ProblemsEngine Oil Leak From Front Crankshaft Seal
An engine oil leak may develop from the front crankshaft seal due to hardening of the rubber seal. There is a revised seal and sleeve available to correct this concern. Our technicians tell us that changing the oil every 3000 miles may help prolong seal life.
A condition may develop where the accelerator pedal sticks and is not smooth. This can be caused by carbon build up on the throttle shaft or throttle body cleaner was used which removed the special coating on the throttle shaft. Our technicians tell us that if this is the case the throttle body should be replaced.
The front struts may show signs of wear, or be excessively bouncy ride at freeway speeds. This may begin to occur at around 75,000 miles.
Geo Tracker QuestionsI think my clutch is going out but I would really like to replace the slave cylinder first, as it is leaking fluid pretty bad. (1 answer)
No auto parts store can get me a clutch slave cylinder for a 1997 geo tracker. Is the part compatible with one from a 1998 chevy tracker?? And where is it located?
i have a 93 tracker and the part under the door (the sills?) how do i fix that?
Geo Tracker RecallsRecall 96V118000
THE FRONT SAFETY BELT BUCKLE RELEASE BUTTONS CAN BREAK. THESE RED PLASTIC RELEASE BUTTONS ARE MARKED "PRESS." IF A BUTTON BREAKS, PIECES CAN FALL INTO THE BUCKLE ASSEMBLY CAUSING THE BUCKLE TO OPERATE IMPROPERLY.