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Old post.
try here.
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its really a toyota , painted in GM skins.
and the toy has 1,000,000 more facts on line than any geo made.
vast info.

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SOURCE: location of fuel filter-1990 Geo Prism

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

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SOURCE: 1994 geo prism will not start but does turn over

i have a 95 corolla which has same motor, i replaced distributor coils all that turns out it wasthe am2 under thehood fuse box

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SOURCE: PO 136 GEO PRISM 1997

it is o2 curcuit (bank 1 sensor 2)

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SOURCE: my ABS light is staying on - 1995 Geo Prism

Your abs light is permanent. Most people don't bother to fix this, it is expensive, and your car is getting old. It means that the anti lock brake system has failed and needs repair. But your brakes still work fine, just don't have anti lock. So I'm not saying tape over the light on the dash, but.

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SOURCE: 1994 geo prism, fuse blew, I don't have manual

the only fuse for the starter is not located in the fuse box it is located in the positive wires that go to the starter its called a fusible link and when then amperage of the starter exceeds the fusible link rating the fusible link blows the link is usually located inthe positive wire to the starter and at some point fatter then the wire itself

Posted on May 04, 2010

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