Most of gm's Toyota/geo motors tend to burn oil after about 60,000 miles. Not much you can do about it except keep filling the oil up, or have the valve seals replaced in the motor=$$$$$$
I really don't agree with your answer. I've got a 93 Prizm with 123,000 miles on it and it doesn't use a drop of oil between changes. A friend has a 97 Metro with a 1.3 in it and it has 222,000 miles on it. Up until a couple of weeks ago when it blew the crank seal, it didn't use any oil either. This person could possibly have a clogged PCV valve or hose causing it to suck oil back through the intake system and burning it. Is the back of the car covered in a kind of black, greasy type looking film? If so, check that PCV system. A bad EGR valve could also be guilty.
Well, alot of car tend to burn oil when they get alot of miles on them, but 60k seems alittle early=you're screwed
New Input: Same problem with a 1999 prizm. Changed the PCV valve and added Lucas Oil Treatment. Since it cleared up immediately, I assume it was the PCV.
Just my 2 cents. I have 150k on my 94 Prizm and I don't burn any noticeable amount of oil. I change it about every 4 to 5k and that's it.
Every 5.000 miles
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Replace every 60,000 miles.
Like almost every car manufactured after about 1985 or so, the Prizm doesn't have a distributor (assuming reference is being made to the electrical sytem component). The Prizm is fuel-injected.
Replace the cam belt every 60,000 miles.
It ought to be. According to every piece of data on the Prizm that I've seen, the Prizm and the Toyota Corolla are essentially the exact same car, with only a few very small differences beyond the names of the manufacturers. I can't be certain of this, however, because the 1993 Geo underwent a frame alteration to provide more room within the car. This might have altered the internal engine components, though I sincerely doubt it would have. I'd rate the likelihood of the part fitting at around 85%. I'd also probably wait for someone more competent than I to answer this question, though I'll close off mentioning that the Chilton's Manual for 1994 cars includes the Toyota Corolla and Geo Prizm as one entry, with a slash separating them.
Marines will fight anywhere in the world, every longitude every latitude. The army sustain ground combat.
It is obvious you have a leak or a blown head gasket.
Ground water is naturally pure and is a reliable source of water. Ground water is every where and it just depends how deep it is.
every human apart from th french because of obvious reasons
No. Not every lightning bolt makes it to Earth.
Since the canine menstrual cycle is every six months and the gestation period is about 2 months, you have to rely upon visible signs such a distended belly and swollen nipples. This will not be obvious in the beginning of the pregnancy, though.
in stores and on the ground.
every country does.
no, ground coffee is not good to use on the skin..
Antaeus was unconquerable as long as he touched the ground.
There are 16 ounces in a pound. This means that in every pound of ground turkey, there is 16 ounces of ground turkey.
Captain Obvious says: if you take amphetamines every day you became an addict soon
Kind of obvious ones for you but im going to go with people and recourses.
Yes,she worships satan every day.She is in the Church of Satan cult.Isn't it obvious?
We do. its not a month though. its every 29.5 days
Yes, It should be changed every 70,000 miles. A owners manual or a repair manual will have the exact figures for you.
Somewhere in the ground, it's different every Easter, on every game, every time! :)