Go to http://autos.msn.com/ and put in geo/prizm... then look up the year of the prizm...1996... click on features and specs. Scroll down, and you'll find the horsepower of a 1.6 liter 1996 geo prizm. I found it to be 100 horsepower.
It does not have a governor. Speed is computer controlled.
Here is the link to ehow on how to remove the CV joint on a 1991 Prizm. http://www.ehow.com/how_7906772_replace-geo-metro-cv-joints.html
remove intire trannie
Remove the old mount & replace with the new.
Disconnect thre neg battery cable then the starter wires. Takeout the mounting bolts and remove it.
Remove the cover on the interior by prying then remove the three bolts with a 10 mm ratchet and pull it out.
remove the 2 bolts on the outside of the lense then pull the assembly out.
Remove the positive cable from your 1999 Chevy battery. Remove the cables from the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new starter.
The alternator blocks access to it. You need to remove the serpentine belt, then the alternator to get to the thermostat.
You have to remove the door panel. Then it's pretty much self-explanatory.
I've got a better question, why is this question in the Chevy venture forum ?
Geo Prizm was created in 1989.
My 1991 Geo Prizm LSI does not have overdrive My 1991 Geo Prizm LSI does not have overdrive
Remove pressure from the fuel system. Remove fuel lines and the rails. Get a fuel injector puller to avoid the risk of damaging the injector. Remove the old injector and replace it.
I need to know also. My dashboard instrument cluster lights are out and can't see the speedometer.
the prizm is an excellent buy. its just a re badged corolla. for the money consumer reports gives this car the best bang for the buck out of any used car. try it out its a fun little go getter
Geo Prizm is compatible with the Toyota Corolla.
Remove wiring harnesses, unbolt it, remove from engine. Install new alternator, apply tension using bar, bolt it, hookup wiring harnesses.
The 2001 prizm has a timing chain.
no, prizm is a re bage of Toyota collora
it starts at the transmission near the firewall, runs through the firewall directly to the speedometer. you have to remove the combination meter(where the speedometer and guages are) in order to remove it.......this is not for amateurs!
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.
Locating on a 1998 prizm - fine idea