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Sounds like the automatic choke control on the carburator is shot! It is stopping the proper flow of gas from getting to the engine...replace it! Also make sure you have recently replaced the fuel filter; moisture in the gas will stick to the filter and freeze up making it hard for gas to get through!
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
For a 1994 Geo Prism with the 1.6L, the fuel filter is located on the drivers side of the fire wall. it is directly below the brake master cylinder bolted to a black bracket. You will need a 14mm wrench to disconnect the fuel line from underneath by the drivers front wheel, a 17mm to remove upper fuel line, and a 10mm to remove the fuel filter from the bracket by the fire wall on the drivers side. i have found it to be much easier to attach the lower fuel line before attaching any other bolts/lines.