yes but do check first because a 1990 Geo prizm is basically a re branded version of a 1990 Toyota corolla.
Geo Prizm is compatible with the Toyota Corolla.
Prizm and Corolla were the same car, so yes.
Look here: How do you change the starter on a 1996 Toyota Corolla?Prizm and Corolla engines are the same.
No. The Sidekick is manufactured by Suzuki with a totally different engine. The Prizm is manufactured in California along side the Toyota Corolla. The Prizm is a rebadged Corolla.
what transmission will fit in a 3 speed 1990 geo prizm
96 and 97 Corolla and Prizm are the same, but, they have an extra crankshaft sensor, that the 93, 94, and 95 does not have,
I believe they are all Toyota, base off the Corolla, just rebadged as a Geo, then Chevy. Reanswered by b_radical2006: a geo prizm is the same thing as a Toyota corolla the only difference is the name and a few down grades from a corolla like interior and engine power and the bumpers.
It should. The Prizm uses a Toyota engine. 4AFE for the 1.6L 7AFE for the 1.8L
yes i have done it as long as there the same models, years, Scott
Yes, not a problem. Any unfit components swap it from your old engine.
All Prizm models were powered by the same engine as the Toyota models, All Prizms were built at a joint venture plant between Toyota and GM. Aside from small cosmetic differences , radio, front stabilizer bar, the Prizms are identical to the Corolla.
Toyota, i have a 1999 and it is the same car as a 1999 Toyota corolla, except for random parts like the radio, badging and a few other things being from GM
I've been looking into this same question, myself, and so far... the taillight assemblies I've seen for a 2000 corolla look nothing like the one for my 2000 prizm. Sorry, and good luck!
You'll probably have to ask a tranny place, if you can find one you can trust. But seeing the Corolla is the twin of the Prizm, and since they're the same year...(i'm assuming your tranny is automatic too) it seems probable. You might also see if you can find someplace that will give you a part number for a tranny for the Prizm, and then for the Corolla to see if they're the same. Sorry I can't be more specific.
No the dimensions for the two hoods are slightly different. It will latch and fit pretty snug but it will be slightly too long.
well i have a geo metro and i have a 3 cil in mine but they put a 4 cil in the 90s The Geo Metro is made by Suzuki. The Geo Prizm is made by Toyota and is built in California on the Corolla chassis. The 1992 Geo Prizm has a Toyota 1.6 Liter 4 cylinder. Base engine is 102 H.P. GSi engine is the same 1.6 but with 130 H.P.
no, prizm is a re bage of Toyota collora
The Prizm is a clone of the Toyota Corolla with minor styling and equipment differences; but despite its close kinship, the Prizm has never been as successful as its Japanese cousin. Since 1985 with the Chevy Nova and Corolla FX16, both cars have been built at New United Motors Manufacturing Inc. (NUMMI) in Fremont, CA. Toyota shares the plant with General Motors, however Toyota manages it. When Toyota switched to the new version of the Corolla, Chevrolet dropped the Prizm. Taking its place on the production line was the Pontiac Vibe, built off the new Corolla/Matrix platform. Exterior Available only as a four-door sedan, the front-drive Prizm is 174 inches long, about an inch shorter than the Honda Civic sedan and 7 inches shorter than the Chevrolet Cavalier. Interior The Prizm comes in base and more-expensive LSi price levels. Air conditioning is standard on both, but the LSi has several other standard features, including power windows and locks, cruise control, a rear window defogger, tachometer and tilt steering column. Both models seat five, but only the LSi comes with a 60/40 split folding rear seat. Chevy lists trunk capacity as 12.1 cubic feet without the rear seat folded. Under the Hood The Prizm used the same 125-horsepower 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine as the Corolla. A five-speed manual transmission is standard, and three- and four-speed automatic transmissions are optional. Side-impact airbags for the front seats and antilock brakes are optional. Driving Impressions Because it is a Corolla in disguise, the Prizm offers the same quality, reliability and smooth, refined performance. But because the Prizm wasn't as popular as the Corolla, new or used, it has a lower resale value.
It ought to be. According to every piece of data on the Prizm that I've seen, the Prizm and the Toyota Corolla are essentially the exact same car, with only a few very small differences beyond the names of the manufacturers. I can't be certain of this, however, because the 1993 Geo underwent a frame alteration to provide more room within the car. This might have altered the internal engine components, though I sincerely doubt it would have. I'd rate the likelihood of the part fitting at around 85%. I'd also probably wait for someone more competent than I to answer this question, though I'll close off mentioning that the Chilton's Manual for 1994 cars includes the Toyota Corolla and Geo Prizm as one entry, with a slash separating them.
when gm took over Toyota they did a lot of cars with the same engines. look at the engines in both, if they are the same engine then they should be nearly the same transmission
How do you replace the timing belt on a 1994 Geo Prizm 1.6?
Any Prizm or Corolla auto trans from 93 to 97. The 1.6 or the 1.8 housings are all the same. Just make sure if it is a 3 or 4 spd auto. It is a 6 hour job.
yes and no, they will bolt up but will have a large gap. to make the gap smaller. you will also need a corolla hood. but then when you do that the fenders are to long and the side markers don't align correctly anymore. so yes it can be made to work but its not worth all the hassle. better off just going back to the prizm headlights.