Question about 1993 Geo Prizm
Why do something dangerous with no books.?
1: pull neg, battery lug, first and only.
2: pull all wires off Alt.
3: loosen all pivots bolts, (can be 3 )
4: drop the belt.
5: pull off all bolts on alt.
6: alt falls out.
tools?, 8mm to 21mm..
well a full set of open end box wrenches (metric) and 3/8" drive socket sets are the minimum to work any small car.
at the least, there are more, tools,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Right under the master brake cylinder, its really hard to replace it. It has 2 screws, one bolt on top and the bottom one needs to be screwed off under the car
Posted on Oct 03, 2008
There is no cable on the 93 Prizms. The problem is one of two things, either the "vehicle speed sensor" or the instrument cluster itself. I also have a 93, and the speedometer started acting up a while ago. Sometimes it would register 0 then it would spike up to 70 and stay there at highway speeds then back to 0 upon slowing. I replaced both items from the junk yard. The speed sensor at an auto parts store will run about $160, and a new cluster will cost A LOT more at the dealer! I first replaced the speed sensor with no luck ($5.00 at the junkyard) the same thing happened 0 or 70. I replaced the cluster today ($13.99 at the junkyard). That was it! Problem solved. The cluster is EASY to replace, remove the 2 screws from the trim piece and remove trim. Next, remove the 4 screws that hold the cluster in place; 2 at the very top (don't remove the ones just above the cover glass) and two at the bottom. Pull one side of the cluster out; there are 3 plugs; squeeze the center of the plugs to release the clip and wiggle them free. Connect the replacement cluster, but before screwing it in, do a check to make sure all the panel lights work. I had a few that were burned out, so I used the old cluster lights to replace them. I would try replacing the cluster first. Good luck!
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
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