Next, remove the bolts holding each lower ball-joint (don't worry, you don't have to press them out or in). pull down on the lower control arm just enough so that you can break it free from the ball joint. remove the 3 bolts that hold one of the exhaust hangers right near the catylist. Towards the front of the car there will be 4 bolts, 2 on the body and 2 that bolt into the bottom of the front engine mount, remove those. Next, youll have to remove each of the large bolts holding the lower suspension to the body of the car (carful! this isn't light, its around 65 lbs and can drop fairly fast) You will most likely need a breaker bar for these as they are in there very tight and are huge. Once you get all of that down and out of the way you should be able to see the mounts pretty clearly and they are both held in with a single long bolt that goes through each one. word of caution, these may be frozen stuck and will be difficult to remove but it is possible. once you have those swapped out, just re assemble in reverse order. Dont, i repeat DONT crank down on all the large bolts that hold the lower suspension on until they are all threaded in atleast half way because you need some movement to line up the bolts in their holes or you will cross thread one if you force them in the wrong way. once you have all the bolts back in their proper places, just go back over and re tighen them just to make sure they are good to go. just be very cautious and take your time, i just did this tonight and it took me 4 hours no joke, things can happen that will slow you down. just pay attention to where the bolts go because there are different sizes for almost all of it. i hope this helps anyone who needs to do this job.
it is right under the motor. it will be black with a bolt sticking out on the botom of it.
No, custom fabrication is needed. Get a civic if you want drop ins.
have you checked your motor mounts?
Same answer as: "How do you replace a starter on a 92 Geo Prism LSI or GSI?" at this same site.
It is located in the gas tank which can be accessed by removing the back seat.
No. The Prism motor is a Toyota motor and side mounted. The Tracker motor(suzuki) is mounted with the engine from front to back, so it will not work without a lot(I mean a lot) of work to do it.
Yes the Geo Prism has ait bags.
probly the blower motor
remove the battery
This isn't simple standard procedure small fingers want do the trick pull the motor or disconnect all motor mounts. This applies to a 1.6 liter I have not yet worked on the other 1.8 option. good luck or be prepared to pay.
Yes it should have one located on the backside of the motor, under the intake.
it can be done but you will have to change all of ur wirring harness from the prism because the prism is basically a Toyota and a storm is a izuzu impulse knockoff
I am having the same issue with my 97 Geo Prizm. I had my mechanic look at it. He slightly jacked up the motor and said the vibration wnet away and as he suspected it was the worn out motor mounts. It is worse in the winter when it is cold. I am in the process of replacing the motor mounts now, but the cheapest I can find them is almost $300 on the web. Good luck
How do you replace power steering pressure hose on a 1993 geo prizm
where is the fuel filter located on a 91 geo prism?
GM made a small car called the geo prism. GM Chevrolet or GEO
Begin by loosening the motor mount retaining bolt in your 1993 Geo Metro. Jack the engine up a few inches. Remove the retaining bolt and the motor mount bushing. Put the new bushing in and reverse the process.
It should be no more than 15mins.
if you can't find the plugs you have know business working on this car.
what year was geo prisms made
The Geo Metro was the only Geo to have a 3cylinder engine.
Answerif its a lsi it is four cylinder if not it is the three cylinder There is a sticker under side of hood that specific engine for your car