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Old 04-12-2013, 01:29 PM   #161
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So I've taken a shitload of pics, might be a little fuzzy in some. All come from a 94 1.8 (euro spec if it matters) except for the VVT ones obviously.

Alternator connector:





VTPS:




CLT sender for ECU, back of head:



Big connector from injector harness, female side:



Big connector from injector harness, male side:



Big pronged orange connector, I forget what it's for. Male side:



Big pronged orange connector, female side:



OEM narrowband O2 connector:




Now for the VVT motor:

Temp sender for gauge and ECU:


Cam sensor (I need this pigtail!!):




Crank sensor (I need this pigtail!!):



VVT actuator (I need this pigtail!!):



OEM NB knocksensor:



And a bonus, I have no idea what it is. It's bolted to the CAS block off plate on the VVT motor:
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So I've taken a shitload of pics, might be a little fuzzy in some. All come from a 94 1.8 (euro spec if it matters).
I dont know how to tell you this, but thats not your original engine...
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I think we already have most of the connectors in the spreadsheet.

The last pic could be the condenser / capacitor of the iginition harness.
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I think we already have most of the connectors in the spreadsheet.

The last pic could be the condenser / capacitor of the iginition harness.
The one with the yellow guts? Thats for the stock narrow band o2 sensor.
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Old 04-12-2013, 02:09 PM   #165
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@Leafy - no the LAST pic - the 2 position connector attached to the CAS blockoff plate.

The VTPS connector:


Is a AMP SSC 4 position

Part.Nr. 184046-1
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@Oscar - have you got pics of the IAC connector?
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Old 04-12-2013, 03:25 PM   #166
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1.6 NA IAC coming up Hope they're clear enough.
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I just requested a sample of this to test. I'm going to be tuning a miata who at one pont had a different TPS and TB install and the stock connector was cut off, it has since returned to the stock TPS but simple has contacts slide over the pins and glued in place. I'd like to repair this.

yeah:

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1.6 NA IAC coming up Hope they're clear enough.
Easy... ;-) (dang, not so easy...)

I THINK it could be an AMP SSC 184002-1 connector, but I am not sure - I would like to have a pic from the back of the connector (anshrap picture;-) )

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yeah:

Yeah as in Yes this bloody connector fits or as yeah what a ****...!?
(I can't really tell because of the loose pin )

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Old 04-12-2013, 03:52 PM   #170
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Yeah as in Yes this bloody connector fits or as yeah what a ****...!?
(I can't really tell because of the loose pin )

Greets
I think its more of, yeah he was running the car with the connector pins just pushed onto the sensor pins... I ran my vvt ignitions coils like that for a bit. lol.
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Ah, now I see...

About the Alternator connector:

From the pics I think that the terminals are quite big (looks like 6.3mm) so the connector could be this one:

http://www.newunitedracetech.com/sho...6_944_1303_945
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Old 04-12-2013, 04:51 PM   #172
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Easy... ;-) (dang, not so easy...)

I THINK it could be an AMP SSC 184002-1 connector, but I am not sure - I would like to have a pic from the back of the connector (anshrap picture;-) )

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I will grab some pictures tomorrow of the 1.6 IAC connector off my 92.
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yeah, thats why i said i bought that TPS connector.... and by bought I mean requested a sample.
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Read through the post... Awesome info. Does anyone have the part for the power window connector? The 6 pin big white one, typically under the console in an NA Saw the one for 99, but this is two rows of 3 connectors, female and white. Any help would be great! The other side of the connector, the one it plugs into has the following on it 055-3x10. Not sure if that helps.
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Not 100% sure. I do know that its one of the housing that have normal spade connectors. Female side on the chassis, obviously. If you just want to pull gauge power and ground from there, jamming spade connectors into it is perfectly acceptable IMO.
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Read through the post... Awesome info. Does anyone have the part for the power window connector? The 6 pin big white one, typically under the console in an NA Saw the one for 99, but this is two rows of 3 connectors, female and white. Any help would be great! The other side of the connector, the one it plugs into has the following on it 055-3x10. Not sure if that helps.
I take out my NA console anyway - I will have a look at the connector.

ah.. just Googled it

Here is a pic:


This one should be fitting

Sumitomo 250 type connector 250(6.0mm) 6 Position Female Housing [Natural]

Part No. 6070-6481


Sumitomo 250 type connector 250(6.0mm) 6 Position Female Housing [Natural] [6070-6481] : New United Race Tech, New United Race Tech
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Over the weekend I got my connectors for my TPS 1,6 to VVT harness build...

The AMP JPT 3 position connector fits perfectly well...

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I take out my NA console anyway - I will have a look at the connector.

ah.. just Googled it

Here is a pic:


This one should be fitting

Sumitomo 250 type connector 250(6.0mm) 6 Position Female Housing [Natural]

Part No. 6070-6481


Sumitomo 250 type connector 250(6.0mm) 6 Position Female Housing [Natural] [6070-6481] : New United Race Tech, New United Race Tech
The same connector is used for the ignition barrel.
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Old 04-15-2013, 08:45 AM   #179
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I just took a picture of my 1996 1,6 MX-5s IAC connector (Euro only -s o I don't know if this applies to the 1,6 90-03 cars too)



The connector is a AMP SSC Part.-Nr. 184002-1

It's basicly the same as the 00-05 IAC connector, but has got different keyways.
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