In my 1992 it is underneath the dash on the passenger's side, but you have to take the whole front panel including the glove box off to access it. When that is done there is a rectangular housing and a more circular housing. On the bottom of the circular housing there are three screws that hold the blower motor up. Remove the screws and it will drop right out.
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Not a relay but a resistor pack, and it should be mounted in the heater case, close to the blower motor-follow the wires from the blower motor back to the resistor pack. Unplug the connector and remove the screws holding the pack to the case, to remove and replace.
there are 3 engines, all made by toyota. if it has a belt, some engines, are not free running. find your engines. then go to gates belt do com and look it up and see last column, "interference'? or join a toy forum and ask there, after finding the engine code. 3 motors. my prizm dump. 89-02 joint venture, GM/toyota with 3 engine used. 1.8L or 1.6L toy engine, 4aFE, 7AFE or 4AG open hood look or use the GM RPO tag or Use the VIN to find motor used. for docs? ebay search Geo Prizm factory service manual, Duh?
Go to kragen.com to find the replacement part. It will show a picture. It is usually located behind the glovebox and the heads of the bolts that hold it in are looking right down at the floorboard. In other words it is easy to get to. Don't forget to have the ignition switched off and disconnect the blower power wires before you remove it. You don't want to damage the connector. Best of luck!
That sounds like you have bad connection to the blower motor or the speed control resistor or the blower motor itself.
If the motor does not run with the heat control at maximum then your blower has worn out brushes, which needs replacing, may be easier to get a blower motor from a breakers yard and replace the whole blower assembly. Check the ocnnectors first.
There are 2 fuse boxes on a Geo Prizm. One is located in the interior of the car, on the drivers side, on the side of the dash, near the door. The other is located on the drivers side underneath the hood.