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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?
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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.
There are child locks on my back doors, when you get one open, check to see. They are on the part of the door that touches the back of body of car. They're like a flip switch. When they're flipped, they can't be opened from inside.