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Can i fit an L3 engine type on Mazda Axela which has an LF engine type. The L3 doesn't have the VVT sensor on the top cover but the LF has, what does it mean?

Nothing yet, just wanna replace the engine

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You would need a lot of stuff. I will not say that it is impossible, but you need the complete engine, harness, PCM, and maybe the BCM. I think you will meet a lot of unforeseen problems. The BCM is the gateway to the M-MDS diagnostic system and it stores the VIN, so if you need to take it to the Mazda dealer later, like to get the PATS (immobilizer) programmed this will all be important stuff.

If your car is an automatic, I would venture to say its a 4 speed. The ~2009 L3 5 speed automatic cars have a separate TCM, mounted on the transmission that the 4 speed cars do not have.

Trust me, its a lot of work. I have a L3 M/T car that I put a L5 in. It was a lot of customizing, although the engine basically bolted right in. I use the stock pcm, but I had to change intake manifolds and mess around with the timing cover. The LF, without VVT, timing cover is short and the L5 had the wrong crank sensor mounting. I had to plug an oil passage and rig a shutter valve actuator because the sensors were different.

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