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Geo Tracker, SUV
#12 of 82 Re: Any severe problems with Geo/Chevy Tracker [alicia9]
Jul 24, 2011 (5:22 pm)
I just had to tell you, I got my 1995 Geo Tracker on Friday. You are right, the interior is cheap. However, it is very fun to drive and it is more comfy than my 2000 Alero. It is the Hard top version. It does not have A/C nor power windows, power mirrors, cruise control or electric door locks. It has a maunal transmission. I like that it has none of the modern amenities therefore I don't have to worry about power window switches going bad or the A/C failing ......etc.
Thanks again for you recent input.
#13 of 82 Re: Any severe problems with Geo/Chevy Tracker [appellof]
Jul 25, 2011 (9:17 am)
Congrats! =) Enjoy your new Tracker!
#14 of 82 1998 Geo Tracker
Oct 20, 2011 (6:29 pm)
We just bought a 1998 Geo Tracker 2WD Automatic transmission. When we are on the highway, and get to about 65 mph, it will not shift into overdrive. The rpms stay at 4,000. Also our engine light has been on ever since we bought it a couple of days ago. Any suggestions?
#15 of 82 Re: 1998 Geo Tracker [lisadawn]
Oct 21, 2011 (1:59 pm)
This will happen to me once in a while – sometimes for no reason but usually it's when the car isn't sufficiently warmed up yet, or I've just started driving on the freeway for the first time since I started the car for that driving trip. It's not ideal, but here's something that works for me: Get in the right lane for safety, take foot off gas, shift to neutral, then shift back to Drive, foot back on gas. Might have to try it twice. I can hear the gears shift into place after I do this. I have a 2wd automatic 1994.
#16 of 82 Need Clutch fork '94 Geo Tracker
Apr 04, 2012 (6:39 pm)
We have a 1.6, '94, 4 WD, 2 dr. all original well maintained Geo Tracker for 16 years. About every 6-7 years we install new clutch assembly. Apparently unlike most average standards that have a clutch fork ours has a clutch yoke that pivots off a vertical rod to disengage the throw out bearing. On replacing the clutch 7 years ago it needed & we bought a new clutch fork/yoke when installing the clutch assembly kit. We are now putting in a new clutch assembly and the fork (yoke) is no longer available through a dealer and again the fork needs to be replaced. We are trying to locate a new fork or after market one without much success calling & looking everywhere. Anyone have a clue?
Also, is this a common problem with clutch forks on Geo Trackers?? Ordinarily on standards like my '69 Chevy truck we never had to replace the clutch fork.
#17 of 82 Re: Need Clutch fork '94 Geo Tracker [coot1]
Apr 05, 2012 (5:20 am)
Hi I found one. It is at Oreilly auto parts. I don't know if there is Oreilly auto parts store where you live, but they have them. I don't know if they may have it in stock or not, but they can get it. Another option is you may have to go to the junk yard. Good luck with it.
#18 of 82 Chevy Tracker Transmission Problems
Mar 09, 2013 (10:58 am)
#19 of 82 hard shifting
May 25, 2006 (7:10 am)
I am looking at buying my first Tracker, a 2001 5 speed std with 138,000 klm on it. It runs well but I find it very hard to shift into first. Are they normally hard to get into gear?
#20 of 82 Re: hard shifting [entrail]
May 25, 2006 (8:46 am)
To get feedback from other Tracker owners you should post your message in the existing Chevy Tracker discussion where they are more likely to read it!
#21 of 82 Re: hard shifting [tidester]
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
May 25, 2006 (8:54 am)
Maybe if we rename this to Transmission Problems more owners will find it. Worth a shot.