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Old 03-14-2012, 10:08 AM   #81
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I will get a picture of mine mounted tonight along with how my fuel rail is.

There is no actual "bracket". Basically you put a bolt through that whole on the sensor into a hole somewhere on the oil pump.
I have the fuel rail worked out, but I need help on the CKP.

I'm about to make a $500 order from Mazdaspeed, lol.
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Old 03-14-2012, 10:23 AM   #82
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I have the fuel rail worked out, but I need help on the CKP.

I'm about to make a $500 order from Mazdaspeed, lol.
I really need to submit my results from my last autox weekend so I can get into Mazdaspeed. Also Visa is your friend. You need to spend spend spend to stimulate this economy.
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Old 03-14-2012, 10:26 AM   #83
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I really need to submit my results from my last autox weekend so I can get into Mazdaspeed. Also Visa is your friend. You need to spend spend spend to stimulate this economy.
I have only paid cash since 2004, I don't plan to change that now.
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There is a threaded hole on the oil pump, on the lower right. Don't look for a threaded hole on the 90-95 oil pumps if you have a spare, it doesn't exist.
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Is there any reason why the CLT sensor from my 1994 won't fit in the 2001 bung?

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Will this eliminate the CLT issue with the 1994-2001 compatibility?
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I don't remember if it will fit, however it does have a different (triangular) connector with 3 pins, as it is also the sensor for the gauge cluster (the 94 has a separate sensor for that).

And yes, that will solve the compatibility issue.
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Is there any reason why the CLT sensor from my 1994 won't fit in the 2001 bung?

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Will this eliminate the CLT issue with the 1994-2001 compatibility?
Are you doing a coolant reroute? I am almost positive that the threads are the same between a 94 coolant sensor and a 01 coolant sensor. Just make sure you use the 94 coolant sensor so you don't have to change the pigtail.
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Are you doing a coolant reroute? I am almost positive that the threads are the same between a 94 coolant sensor and a 01 coolant sensor. Just make sure you use the 94 coolant sensor so you don't have to change the pigtail.
No reroute since it has the baller 2001 head gasket. I suppose that if it doesn't fit I can use the rear water-neck/cap thing from the 1994 in it's place.
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No reroute since it has the baller 2001 head gasket. I suppose that if it doesn't fit I can use the rear water-neck/cap thing from the 1994 in it's place.
It looks like this is solved...next issue?
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Why not run HHO in it too? As much as i'm joking i'm serious lol.
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Why not run HHO in it too? As much as i'm joking i'm serious lol.
Hot House Onions? Its been a while since I've roasted an onion in oil.
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HHO fuel cells.. hydrogen from water.

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HHO fuel cells.. hydrogen from water.

Get that ---- out of my thread, lol.
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Fuelified njektificators has been mailificated!

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I come bearing pics.

99 fuel rail with early FPR.


Pictures of the crank sensor mounted.


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Injectors should have been there today or yesterday or day before.... car running yet?
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Looks like your cam seals have leaked all over the front of your engine, unless you know it came from somewheres else?
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Looks like your cam seals have leaked all over the front of your engine, unless you know it came from somewheres else?
Are you talking about the pictures I posted? If so I know and am working on fixing those leaks.
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Thanks, bros.

I have not yet checked the mail but I will tonight. The car is back on the road with a temporary header-sheetmetal wrap/hose clamp fix. I should get the swap don't one week next month. I want to get MS2 in the car on the 1994 engine first, on the 1999 IAC, so I will have less things to deal with after swapping. I'm doing this swap alone in my 1-car garage so I'm going to be pretty fussy after putting the engine in the car. I'm going to probably take-off a Thursday and Friday so I have a four-day to do the work.

BTW, I'm talking to Dimitris in email now about how to handle the tach wiring. I think it's a good idea to wire-in the tach output so the harness he's making will be ultimately clean. What wires should I cut from the factory coils to the tach? Do those wires go from the factory computer or from the coils to the tach.

I need to learn to read a wire diagram, any tips other than googling "how to read a wire diagram"?
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Its been a while since I malificated.
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