Remove the wheel and brake drum. Make sure you have the car supported on jack stands. Take a big hammer and knock the old ones out. Put the new ones in the freezer overnight to shrink them slightly and make sure you have new lug nuts to go with the new lugs. Buy a few extra nuts. Next morning, using one at time, insert the new lug, put a few large washers on for spacers, then tighten the heck out of it until it's seated. Then go get another one and repeat the process. It takes a while and is a PITA but you can do it yourself. I had to replace every one of mine on my 93 because some punk kid got overzealous at the tire shop when I had the tires rotated and balanced. I don't use that shop anymore.
Front or Rear? Both
To acsess the top of rear struts on a 1994 prizm you do something!
The rear bumper is held in place with eight retaining bolts. Remove the retaining bolts and the rear bumper will come off. Reverse the process to install your new rear bumper.
Back seat has to come out and the rear package tray too and then you can get to the bolts that hold the speakers in.
2 bolts in front of pan 2 bolts in rear of pan 12mm
It is bolted in the bottom of the engine block and runs the hole length of the engine from front to rear. The flywheel bolts to the rear of the crankshaft and the bottom front pulley on the engine bolts to it also.
The door speakers in Geo Prizms From 1993-1997 and possibly newer are 4in. and the rear speakers are 6.5in.
Unless you have a GSI prizm I am not sure if they were made after 92 you would have brake shoes on the rear, pads in front.I just replaced rear shoes on a 97 and the 94 is the same car.They are hard to replace if you do it yourself pay close attention to how they look before you remove them, they are tricky. Patience is the key to this job.
top bolts seem to be difficult to reach ?
Jack up the car. Unscrew two bolts in the rear bearing arms, then unscrew the top bolts. You will need to take out the back of the rear seat in order to get to these. Then the shocks can be taken out and new installed.
I need help on fixing my back brakes on my 1997 sunfire
There are 2 bolts that hold it to the rear of the engine.
take bolts out the by a new one then put back on
Check your springs and u bolts, it sounds like theres movement there.
You'll have to remove the door panel in order to access the bolts holding it on. Not real difficult, just kind of a pain in the rear to do.
Grab the front of the seat cushion and pull straight up. There are two spring clips that hold it down. Then at the base of the backrest,there are bolts that hold it in place.
Brake pads? I have a 1997 Nissan 4 WD pickup and it has rear drum brakes. I didn't know they ever came with pads in the rear.
The rear wheel bearing is an assembly and is very easy to replace, just 4 bolts attached to the spindle. And you have to line the hole on the lug bolts plate, one at a time.
You'll need to first remove the rear seat. The bottom of the seat simply lifts up and out. Then remove the three bolts holding the back of the seat and lift it up and out. Remove the rear third brake light by pushing into the center of the holding plugs and pulling them out. Remove the brake light cover, then unbolt the light from the bracket. Unplug and remove the light. Finally, remove the rear deck by sliding it out towards the front of the car. You'll have access to the back speakers. Change them out, then put everything back in.
rear seat and dash panel mus be removed to access the bolts sould be a no brainer from there on wiwth the right tools
See the answer for the 93 model if you're referring to the rear ones. If you want to replace the front ones, you have to remove the door panels.
this model is rear wheel drive
It would have to be cut out.
Pull the back wheel off and there will be bolts (probably 6-8) holding the sprocket on to the rear hub. Take the bolts off, change sprockets and your done.
Remove the rear wheel, then the wheel hub should be on four bolts. Remove the bolts and remove the hub. Very easy job.