Answer Options. There a few features that are standard on the LSI that are options on the Base model (if I recall it is things like tach, power windows/locks, folding rear seat, things like that). I always thought the way to tell the difference between the two was the trim around the windows. LSI has black trim while the base is mostly body colored. Having said that I have 02 Base with the above features, no black trim and my Insurance says it's a LSI. Go figure.
My 1991 Geo Prizm LSI does not have overdrive My 1991 Geo Prizm LSI does not have overdrive
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Base models are manual windows and locks. LSI models are opposite of base models.
The thermostat on a 1995 Geo Prizm LSI 1.8 liters is located at the end of the rad hose. Follow the rad hose connected to the engine.?æ
It's either 175/65/14 or 185/65/14 depending on whether or not it is a base or LSI. The 1995 Prizm LSI has 185/65/14. It might depend on the rims you have on the car too.
1993 Geo Prizm LSi 0-60mph 10.7secondsquarter mile 17.7 seconds
i have 98 prizm lsi, same problem. just pull the seat belt a little farther the warning light should go off.
I have a 1993 Geo Prizm, and there is a fuse block is located to the left of your left leg; on the plastic panel. There is a pull out access door there.
Give your VIN to the dealership and they will tell you. Have a nice day.
The wire in center of distributor cap attaches to coil.
It should. The Prizm uses a Toyota engine. 4AFE for the 1.6L 7AFE for the 1.8L
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VLSI stands for Very Large Scale Integration. LSI stands for Large Scale Integration. In LSI for example a chip has 1000 transistors in 1 sq cm , then in VLSI it will have more than 1 million transistors in the same space.
Only in the LSI version of the car. This is the same for all models '93-'97
Your are LSI model right? No there is not. window doesn't roll down or up. You might have bad window motor or switches. Check your door jamb wire connection that runs to the window motor. Good luck
I have a 1996 Prizm LSI and the OD switch is a small round button on the side of the shift lever. You could have accidentally switched it off and that is why you get the light.
Your car is a Geo Prizm and not a Chevrolet. It is in reality a re-badged Toyota Corolla, built in California at the NUMMI plant. The 1.8 engine was only available in 1994 on the LSI as an option. The base car had only the 1.6. Under the hood you should find a placard with the engine size listed.
Assuming it's a 1.6L engine, firing order is 1-3-4-2 (counterclockwise)
Look under your brake master cylinder on the firewall. You can't miss it. It's pretty big.
It's an LSI if the engine is 1.6. The GSI should have a 1.8. I'm about 90% sure on that but not 100. The GSi has a lot of different decals and the interior trim is different. It also offered a four speed automatic transmission.
Because it does not have an overdrive gear.
third generation - ICs from SSI to VLSIfourth generation - microprocessor ICs from LSI up
The Prizm originally came in three trim levels Base, LSi and the short lived GSi. The LSi version came with more standard equipment than the bast model it also had colored bumpers instead of the black ones the base model offered. The GSi model was pure sport oriented it offered a beefed up suspension, four wheel disc brakes, alloy wheels, rear spoiler, red decal graphics, sport steering wheel, optional four speed automatic not available on the base model and the engine had a lot more grunt than the base model 130hp vs 102. The GSi model is very rare and was only produced from 1990-1992.
The fuel filter on a 2001 Chevy Metro LSI is located along the vehicle's frame, just beyond the fuel tank. It is positioned inline to prevent contaminants from reaching the engine and allow for easy replacement.