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Hi.I have Nissan sunny with 1.6 12 valve carburetor engine,year 1990.Body model N13, engine code ga16s.I need engine vacuum hose diagram for that.Could someone get one from me?

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The GA16S is a 1,6 L (1597 cc) SOHC engine with an electronicle carburetor. It produces 94 hp (without a catalyst).

It was used in the following: Nissan Sunny N13

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Hope this helps.

Posted on Mar 18, 2011

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Hi.

The GA16S is a carburetor system. Aspired engines like this do not use vacuum system.There is no vacuum diagram for this engine.

Regards.

Ginko

Posted on Mar 29, 2011

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