what transmission will fit in a 3 speed 1990 geo prizm
Geo Prizm is compatible with the Toyota Corolla.
yes but do check first because a 1990 Geo prizm is basically a re branded version of a 1990 Toyota corolla.
I believe they are all Toyota, base off the Corolla, just rebadged as a Geo, then Chevy. Reanswered by b_radical2006: a geo prizm is the same thing as a Toyota corolla the only difference is the name and a few down grades from a corolla like interior and engine power and the bumpers.
Look here: How do you change the starter on a 1996 Toyota Corolla?Prizm and Corolla engines are the same.
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,
IMO the answer is yes, as the vast majority of manual transmission 2wd vehicles can be towed wheels down, but as I am not 100% sure on your Prizm, call your local Toyota or Geo dealer for a definitive answer.IMO the answer is yes, as the vast majority of manual transmission 2wd vehicles can be towed wheels down, but as I am not 100% sure on your Prizm, call your local Toyota or Geo dealer for a definitive answer.
when gm took over Toyota they did a lot of cars with the same engines. look at the engines in both, if they are the same engine then they should be nearly the same transmission
It should. The Prizm uses a Toyota engine. 4AFE for the 1.6L 7AFE for the 1.8L
well i have a geo metro and i have a 3 cil in mine but they put a 4 cil in the 90s The Geo Metro is made by Suzuki. The Geo Prizm is made by Toyota and is built in California on the Corolla chassis. The 1992 Geo Prizm has a Toyota 1.6 Liter 4 cylinder. Base engine is 102 H.P. GSi engine is the same 1.6 but with 130 H.P.
Yes, not a problem. Any unfit components swap it from your old engine.
You'll probably have to ask a tranny place, if you can find one you can trust. But seeing the Corolla is the twin of the Prizm, and since they're the same year...(i'm assuming your tranny is automatic too) it seems probable. You might also see if you can find someplace that will give you a part number for a tranny for the Prizm, and then for the Corolla to see if they're the same. Sorry I can't be more specific.
Woundnt work since there's a different bellhousing assembly , not to mention totally different engines. Eventhough same 1.8l but entirely different...