There are 3 on each control arm and 4 on the steering arm. The two on the steering arm joints are straight up and easier to come over the frame and down to the zerk style fitting. This makes a total of 10 on a two wheel drive and 11 on a 4x4. I advise giving the first pump on each fitting slowly to make sure you have it firmly set on the zerk style fitting and watch for over greasing where you could blow out the rubber boot seal.
11 grease fittings
2 Grease Fittings. One on each Tie Rod End.
There are no grease fittings on this vehicle. Many aftermarket parts do have them, though.
So far I have found 11. I was thinking that there was 12 but I have yet to find it.
There are approximately 20 grease fittings in the regular car. However, it will vary depending on the make and model of the vehicle.
There is 11 grease fittings in the front end parts. You have 1 fitting in the front driveshaft, could have 1 in each u-joint. There may be fittings in the rear drive shaft too. There is 11 in the front Suspension for sure, and that is not counting the driveshafts.
Geo Prizms have no grease fittings. All parts are sealed units and simply must be replaced when they wear out.