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Old 06-01-2018, 10:56 AM
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Why does it need to be a multiconductor...You can get TXL 20awg wire by foot.
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Originally Posted by huesmann View Post
Semi-related, but not "connector": I'm looking for some 20 AWG multi-conductor wire for a wideband install. 4- and 6-conductor, probably about 5' of each. Anyone know a cheap online source that sells by the foot?

They sell 18awg/4channel Gray Stranded CU CL3R Shielded Security Cable at home depot both on a spindle and by the foot. I've used this for wideband, and various sensors/leads for injection and spark. I might have some spare at home, I can double check if you want.
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Originally Posted by stevos555 View Post
Why does it need to be a multiconductor...You can get TXL 20awg wire by foot.
Because it's the Easy Button compared to winding 4-6 single wires together and heatshrinking them (especially if they're all the same color)?

Pysber, I gotta guy from another forum I'm on sending me some aircraft wiring, so hopefully that'll work out. But if not, please lemme know whatcha got. Thanks!
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I need help figuring out which wire colours go where in the cruise control vacuum servo actuator, as I am installing cruise control in a car that has none of the wiring for it. The wiring diagram is straightforward enough, the one thing I am missing is the pinout for the connector to the vacuum servo actuator that sits in the engine compartment.

Here's what it's plug looks like:


And here it is in the wiring diagram:



Obviously none of the wiring colours match up (which is seemingly not too uncommon on either side of a connector because why not). The wiring diagram which has the harness colours says pink, blue, green/black and green/yellow. The wires on the little pigtail coming out of the servo are blue/orange, blue/yellow, blue/red and blue/black.
The one thing I've been able to deduce by measuring resistances across the various solenoids in it is that the pink one corresponds to the blue/orange one (as it is "in the middle" of any other pair of connections, common to all three solenoids). That pin is at top/left in the picture.

My car lacks A/C (another thing noone here got for their Miata when new), and has two empty connectors at the front-left of the engine compartment which seem to match the wiring diagram for condenser fan relay and A/C clutch relay. Both of these plugs physically fit the cruise control actuator, so I'll just cut one of them off and splice into my homemade cruise control wiring, but I of course still need to figure out which wire is which.

I'm hoping someone with a cruise-control-equipped NB can just take a peek and see what color wires in the wiring harness matches what in the servo actuator. Mine is a 2002, but I've looked wiring diagrams for a few model years it seems they're all the same.

Alternatively, if anyone has seen a wiring diagram with pin numbers for the cruise control servo plug and either of the AC ones, I would be able to match them up that way. All the ones I have seen though only have wire colours and nothing else.
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Ashop manual wiring diagram is better than Mellens.
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Pink Blue
Gr/Y Gr/B
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Brilliant, thanks. I'll try to remember to update here how it turns out.
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Originally Posted by gooflophaze View Post
Ashop manual wiring diagram is better than Mellens.
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Pink Blue
Gr/Y Gr/B
Yep, this here does the job. So, the mapping turns into (car harness -> actuator)
pink -> blue/orange
blue -> blue/red
gr/y -> blue/yellow
gr/b -> blue/black

Just wired the last bits of the cruise control in, and it works like a charm. My gauge cluster didn't have the cruise set indicator it though (no bulb, no traces on the circuit "board" around the hole, and just black plastic where the light would shine through), so I used the "HOLD" light for the automatic transmission instead. As in "hold speed", or something.
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can someone tell me what this connector is called ?
I have the diagram - just need to know what the function is.
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Shouldn't the diagram tell you what the function is?
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i can't find it - is this a radio -left kick panel under fuse
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Originally Posted by Red91 View Post
Name that part number. This is a connector I need to mate my 91 inj/clt harness plug with my 01 inj/clt pigtail for my vvt swap. It's also the same plug they use on the harness to connect to the plug on NA headlight motors. I would take my headlight motor plug off my own harness, but scca rules say headlights have to work too, and no cutting of harnesses etc. Anyways it appears to be an AMP 6 position female, but I didn't see it on Ballenger motorsports or any other connector source YET. Any advice is greatly appreciated. I doubt I'll be the last scca member to get vvt swap info from this site so this should be some valuable info to add to this list.

Originally Posted by vtjballeng View Post
We carry the 8 way version, terminals and seals. Don't yet carry the 6 way but can bring it in. Do you need the plug and receptacle or just the plug pictured?
I'm looking to find one of these too; the (female) harness end of the headlight motor connector, as pictured above. Sent email to your sales_at_ballenger address too. Here's another pic showing female and male ends (don't need male).
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Ballenger was kind enough to respond to my email, however, I was able to source a pigtail locally off a partout.

Now looking for the 4-pin connector used for the cruise control servo in the engine compartment.


Is this the Yazaki 4P250 CNA from Eastern Beaver?
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