Chevrolet Tracker owners manuals
- Engine Problems, including rough idling, overheating, and dashboard engine warning lights
- Suspension Problems caused by faulty ball joints
- Electrical Faults, including broken radios and inaccurate dashboard gauge readings, dome lights and power door locks that won't operate correctly
- Safety Problems
The Chevrolet Tracker, previously the Geo Tracker, is a mini SUV manufactured for Chevrolet and Geo by CAMI Automotive. Although looking like a compact SUV, the Tracker was approved as a Light truck due to its off-road abilities. The Tracker was built under many brands in various formats and multiple countries.
The Geo Tracker was a mini SUV launched in 1988 as a 1989 model. It was produced by CAMI which was a joint venture among GM of Canada and Suzuki. North American SUVs were to be made in Canada beside its twin the domestic-built Suzuki Sidekick (Escudo). All 1989 and some 1990 Trackers were made in Japan, but in 1990, production began in Canada and all SUVs were then being produced there.
The Tracker was originally equipped by a 1.6L 4-cylinder engine delivering 80 hp (60 kW) paired to a 3-speed automatic transmission. The trim levels in 1989 were convertible, 2-door hardtop, and LSi hardtop.
Chevrolet Tracker known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Chevrolet Tracker are: