fuel injected or not?

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Asked by Sep 18, 2008 at 12:20 PM about the 1997 Geo Metro 4 Dr LSi Sedan

Question type: General

my girlfreind has a 97 metro lsi...it looks to me like it is carbuerated, but the again i know nothing about geo power plants...does anyone know the answer? thanks.

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The '97 Geo I am sure is fuel injected.

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the '91 I had was carbed, and I can't remember the year of the car I looked at with my brother but I think it was a '97 and it was also carbed.....

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If you have to press the gas during start up its a carb if not then its injected.

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95 and up metros have a throttle body

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from 89 to 2000 is carb when you get into 4 cylinders they become fuel injected

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It's fuel injected. SPFI at that most likely. Single Point Fuel Injection. both 3 and 4 cylinder. Pretty much every one after 1990 I believe is. I know after 95 for sure. Just look at the old K cars from the 80's same type of injection.

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