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Old 08-03-2010, 02:39 AM   #21
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I have an '01 harness here that I pulled off the motor that's in my car. The CLT clip is pretty banged up but the injector clips are all there. Should be the same stuff. You can also try someone like Parts Group, they will sell you the injector harness separate.

I'd just buy the adapter clips.
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Cut the clips off the adapter harnesses you have and the clips your car came with. Now solder in the new clips in and have some extra wiggle room with the wiring. You can be done with it in the time it took you to make the original post. Its a win-win!!!
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Cut the clips off the adapter harnesses you have and the clips your car came with. Now solder in the new clips in and have some extra wiggle room with the wiring. You can be done with it in the time it took you to make the original post. Its a win-win!!!
This is also a good option if you want to get it running in the next 30 minutes.
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Old 08-03-2010, 10:06 AM   #24
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Yeah I don't want to cut/splice anything and the fact that my harness is already spliced is pissing me off.
I'm going to try to source a new harness, and if not then I'll try one of the other options.


Thanx for the quick response guys, I really appreciate it.
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I'm pretty sure this is out of a 94 I had. Paypal me $35 and I'll send it out priority mail today. Paypal is my screen name at yahoo.com.

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And it will fit my car???????


Holy hell if that is the case I'll be sending you money as soon as I go on my lunch in a couple hours.

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Old 08-03-2010, 10:41 AM   #27
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It should, but lets let someone else confirm.

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If this plug is the same then it will work...............

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God dammit, I can't see anything from this damn work computer. Can you attach it? I can see attachments, but not anything hosted by flickr or photobucket.
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Here ya go........The big plug needs to be the same.
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If this harness swap does not work out the plug adapters are really no big deal. That is what I used to go from stock Miata connectors to Bosch EV6. No soldering needed. Just plug in one side and then the other.
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I'm thinking since my harness is already spliced, worst case scenario I buy this harness if it doesn't fit I can just cut/splice the pigtails onto my existing harness (as much as I HATE to cut and splice anything on my car) and just turn it back into a REGULAR harness my car was supposed to come with originally lol

for 35 bux shipped it would come out to the same price.

Now how do I know which wires from the pigtil is POSITIVE and which are NEGATIVE when splicing the harness?
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I would Imagine you could color match.
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Normally they say on them.
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On the wires it says which is positive which is negative?
Well thats smart of mazda. For once lol
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I wondered why these were claimed to be pnp. Mine were definitely NOT pnp, not the clips, and not the larger black plastic grommet on the end of the injector. I even needed to source a weatherpak crimper to make it work for me. I got them before E started selling them, btw.
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Now how do I know which wires from the pigtil is POSITIVE and which are NEGATIVE when splicing the harness?
It doesn't matter.

FWIW, it would be very easy to simply snip off the connectors from your existing harness and splice on connector end of the adapters you show in the picture in your first post. 10 minutes worth of work.
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It doesn't matter.

FWIW, it would be very easy to simply snip off the connectors from your existing harness and splice on connector end of the adapters you show in the picture in your first post. 10 minutes worth of work.
I realize this,
the only thing stopping me from doing that is I don't want to alter the injectors or the pigtails that come with them in any way, because I plan on going with different injectors in the future, and want to be able to sell these in good/unaltered condition.


So back to splicing, you're saying it doesn't matter which is positive and which is negative on the wires that connect to the injectors?

As long as there's a current going through them they'll open/close?
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As long as there's a current going through them they'll open/close?
Yes. Not that you should trust me before Ben replies, but I had mine wired randomly and they worked fine.
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