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Old 12-19-2012, 11:01 AM   #1
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Ok heres another miata topic that is significantly lacking. We dont have a list of all the harness connectors present and it takes quite a bit of searching and a good bit of luck to order the right ones. So far I know that the 94-95 ignition sub harness connector is a 6 pin sumitomo DL series. Now though I'm looking for VICS solenoid, VVT actuator, VVT cam position sesor, NB crank sensor, NB TPS, NB IAC harness connectors. And a moon shot, the CAS side connector (would make the NB cam/crank sensors PNP) I've made some progress but I want to tap the knowledge here before committing.

VICS noid Sumitomo HX 2 pin (non-bottom rib) I'm not 100 percent on this one but it seems most likely.
VVT actuator, Drawing a blank on this one. Heres the best picture of it I got And another Linked to avoid clutter.
Cam sensors are made by delphi, I cant find the mating part best images here
Crank is a sumitomo 3P090WP-DL-M
TPS, not sure if this is even different, post from savington on the swap wiring alludes to it. IAC is also being tricky, cant find either.Heres a picture of both Idle Air solenoid
CAS connector is a sumitomo DL series and would be called 4P090WP-DL-M if it existed since the harness side is a 4P090WP-DL-F. I might have to call on that one and get lucky.
01+ COP harness connector = 3P090WP-DL-F

So any help here would be great. I have a gut feeling that Joe already knows all of these connectors. Worst comes to worst I cut the connectors out of a scrap harness then figure out what they are so I can buy new pins and re-pin them.

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Old 12-19-2012, 11:33 AM   #2
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Do you have this site on your list of places to look?

Ballenger Motorsports - High Performance Electronics
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Yup, and waytech, tyco, and delphi. But delphi's site is less than useful for this kind of thing, so I'm struggling with the delphi connectors the most, and even if I figure out what they are, finding a place to buy them will be the next issue.
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I'm looking for a coil pack connector.

Any info on that? Will keep an eye out.
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For your 94 or your 99? Far as I can tell there are different coil pack connectors for 90-93, 94-94.5, 95-97, 99-00 (+mazdaspeed), and 01-05 ( not mazdaspeed).
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If we get this thread filled out, I vote sticky!
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This is a great resource as well. There pictures are pretty helpful. Sealed

It looks like that cam position sensor might be a sumitomo hx series connector. But I could be wrong.
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This is a great resource as well. There pictures are pretty helpful. Sealed

It looks like that cam position sensor might be a sumitomo hx series connector. But I could be wrong.
Thats what I thought as well, but it has internal keys and the locking tab is not the correct style. Eastern beaver is my source for all sumitomo connectors.
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I was looking for my 99, however the connectors are the same for 94&99 as far as coil pack connectors go. Four pin plug with one pin not used. The 01+ goes to COP.

Thanks for this thread. This will help for so many projects.
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Leafy if you do some deep searching around on here you will find some posts from Joe Perez where he has found part numbers for a lot of the connectors. I believe most of those thread will be in the ECU section somewhere.
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Hunting I go to the ecu section. I guess I'll have to go manually read everything, google searching the site wasn't very helpful earlier this morning.
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I havent found anything more. I emailed eastern beaver on the CAS connector, and he said that connector doesnt exist and the connector that plugs into it, its a "direct connect to device" type connector.

I emailed ballenger about the other connectors I can't figure out, with pictures. We'll see what they say.
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Still no work back from Ballenger. I'm going to re-send it.
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I may have just hit the motherload But I dont have time to sort though it right now.

Found the iac connector, or should I say corsa found it. http://www.corsa-technic.com/item.ph..._id=348&page=3

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After a nice m.netter posted pictures of his harness connectors, I noticed that the 01+ cops and the crank sensor plug looked very similar. That poster then plugged the two together at my request and it works. So, 01+ COP harness connector = 3P090WP-DL-F
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https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...1lCaHRsLU8yX2c

Just the barest outlines of a spreadsheet. Anyone can view this - and I will allow people I deem qualified/responsible (i.e. most of you folks) to make edits, just ask me and set me up with your email address you use with google products.
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Cool, stuff. Doesnt quite seem to be working with that link though.
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Huh. I see someone else viewing... What happens when you click it? You should be able to view but not edit it
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Unable to connect, fire fox cannot connect to the server at docs.google.com. I'm betting its just my work internet throwing fits. I know it blocks me from google translate.
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Sucks. Guess you can check it out when you get home. :-(
Anyone who has anything to add (which is most of you, I know I've seen part numbers floating around) just PM me the email you want to use and I'll grant you access.
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