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Most 4 Ks are fuel injected (in USA) The LEC could be carbed or injected with 16 valves. You would have to compare base gaskets to see if they are close. I used to do swaps like that back in the '70s and '80s but that's so long ago now. I even used 2 3KC carbs on my 3TG motor (twin overhead cam hemi from Japan)

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Will a toyota 4k carburetor fit in a nissan lec?

and the word fits means , NOTHING.
bolts on, (the 4 bolts align ok, only)
passes smog test.s
runs car perfect in all temperatures and altitudes.
choke works.
All vacuum parts work.
linkage fits perfect as does the a/T kickdown cable.
and the list goes on.....

why not post symptoms and not do wild guessing, on parts swaps
btw , parts swaps on cars is the most complex topic there is.
you never stated both engine sizes.

May 17, 2014 | 1996 Nissan Sentra

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My 1996 nissan lec engine shuts down when the aircon is turned on, i already tried adjusting the idle. the aircon functions at high rpm. can you suggest a solution.

Check the a/c actuator, round metal with rod at the bottom, vacuum hose at the side. Located beside the carburetor.
When you turn on the A/C it will push the idle up( via vacuum system ). It has an adjuster at the top to set the right rpm of your engine.
Test also the vacuum hoses and A/C vacuum switch, just follow that black 1/4" dia. hose( vacuum hose ) and check the system.
If you have no idea on repairing the vacuums and the actuator, my suggestion would be to bring your car to the nearest A/C technician to have him repair it.
Thanks for asking FixYa!

Aug 09, 2011 | 1996 Nissan Sentra

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I have a nissan lec ps 96 model, i replaced the radaiator just two weeks ago it was a surplus the problem was that the radiator surplus has a bigger tube because itwas a japan surplus. thats why the...

The easiest solution is to return to the surplus shop where you bought the radiator and I'm SURE they have a way or a hose available for you (surplus of course). Especially in evangelista or banaue, they always have a way just tell them your issue. You don't need to return the radiator.
Another slightly harder option is to go to your nearest auto supply and find a hose that is a compromise between the two hole sizes. (ex. a larger end for the other and an exact fit for the other). Just us a clamp to tighten down the loose end. Also, make sure that it is not too loose. A space that fits the edge of your pinky finger along with the pipe will be just okay for the clamp to manage.
Another option, a slightly expensive one, is to bring the radiator to a radiator repair shop and have them fabricate and attach a fitting pipe for you.

Oct 23, 2010 | 1996 Nissan Sentra

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Nissan LEC 1994 sentra water leak problem

check your radiator if theres a bubbles while your engine runnin, if theres bubble, it means you overheat. check your cylinder head for warps... also check your fans...

May 09, 2010 | 1996 Nissan Sentra

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1994 Nissan Sentra LEC problem

There is no carburetor on your car, it is fuel injected. Your coil is what fires the ignition. You can buy a Haynes manual, which has a troubleshooting section in it, but it sounds to me like you aren't really too sure around cars, so i'm going to suggest you find a reputable mechanic to take the car to. It may be a simple problem, but if you aren't comfortable working on cars, the mechanic is the best route. i'm sorry not to be of more help, but problems like this one can be caused by a variety of things only diagnosable while with the car to test as you go.


Sep 15, 2009 | 1996 Nissan Sentra

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Could be an expansion valve or as well as the car might need a top-up of gas?

Nov 10, 2008 | 1994 Nissan Sentra 4-Door

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Nissan lec

Hello Choxjranz,
Thank you for choosing for your answer I am David
You changed sparkplugs and wires and the timing is good you say well there is a whole list of things that could be causing your troubles such as pcv valve, air filter,fuel filter,etc
Before you put alot of money into changing everypart on a typical fault check list my advice
is to take it to a local dealer or garage and have it hooked oon there computer for a more detailed
answer in the long run its cheaper that way.Again thank you for choosing

Nov 06, 2008 | 1996 Nissan Sentra

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