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,
Yes, it is mounted on top and inside the fuel tank.
no, but a lot of parts from 93 thru 97 will interchange.
should be screwed into the transmission case
next to the gas pedal in the center console next to the gas pedal in the center console
Rear deck speakers are 6" or 6 1/2" and the door speakers are 4"
i talked to dealership and yes. same car, made by same factory just one has gm on it the other doesnt.
You could have a stuck thermostat or your cooling fans aren't working.
Only in the LSI version of the car. This is the same for all models '93-'97
According to this review of 1993-97 Geo Prizm models, the volume of the 1995 Prizm's trunk is 12.7 cubic feet. http://consumerguideauto.howstuffworks.com/1993-to-1997-geo-prizm-4.htm I have not found a width or height for the trunk interior. The exterior width of the vehicle is 66.3 inches.
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.
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.
Hey Rob==This is a pretty good job. Get a manual on your car from the parts store and it will have pictures and everything. Good luckJoe
Slide the new radio into the radio slot. Attach the wiring harness and the antenna cable. Secure the radio with the retaining bolts.
I just bought the instrument cluster out of one with the tach in it out of a junkyard. All of the wiring plugs are identical. Just a couple of screws to remove and three plugs on the back of it. 93 to 97 should be the same.
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
You have to get a flathead screwdriver and pop it out from above the air conditioner console all the way to the bottom underneath the tray and cigarette lighter. Make sure you unplug the cables from your hazard light (Behind the button with the three red triangles). If you buy a car stereo for your prizm make sure you get the headunit kit for 20 bucks so it fits it will come with a booklet that shows the part of the dash you have to take off. This applies to any geo prizm from 93-97. Also randomness...... back speakers are 6 1/2 inch front are like 4's but I don't think you can buy 4's so get 5.25's and drill new holes.
This webpage shows how to do it with pictures http://www.daewootech.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2193
The '97 Geo Metro (Base, LSi or XFi) does not have a fuel light.
On a '97 prizm with a 1.6 L , it is on the back (cabin side) of the engine near the belts, just above and aiming down at the crankshaft. The lower belt pulley is mounted on the end of the crankshaft. The wires connect higher up near the valve cover. ( 2 wires , connecter is right above it about 6 inches up) 97 prizm 1.6 L automatic transmission w a/c
It is located under the lower dashboard. Remove the lower dashboard and then remove the two nuts holding the steering column up. Get rid of the plastic shell around the switch area. It is an inverted star socket.
If it's the standard engine, yes. Both the first generation ('89-'92) and second generation ('93-'97) Prizms were powered by the same engine, the 4A-FE, but the option of a more powerful engine was also available to buyers, the 4A-GE engine for the first generation cars and the 7A-FE for the second generation cars.
i have a 97 geo tracker and get 32 miles to the gallon
If same as later models then open drivers door, remove fuse box cover on end of dashboard (where dashboard meets door) remove alarm fuse, diagram on cover will tell which one...hope this helps.
A '97 Odyssey has a timing belt, not a chain. The belt needs to be replaced at 100K intervals.