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Old 01-09-2013, 12:46 PM   #21
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Nope, haven't found the VVT connector yet. And I keep striking out on the cam connector, its really pissing off the corsia guy though, he swears he's seen it before but cant find it.
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Old 01-09-2013, 12:47 PM   #22
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I need the VVT solenoid plug and the VVT coil plugs. This **** is mad ghey.
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The VVT plug is also on the RX-7 FD harness as well.
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Old 01-09-2013, 01:09 PM   #24
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The VVT plug is also on the RX-7 FD harness as well.
What is it used for on the rx7? What would be awesome would be if any of these plugs were on DSM harnesses because those guys have their **** together and have every single harness connector figured out and where to buy them.
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And I bet that 4P090WP-DL-M-SPA-S is not made Just like the CAS connector which is 4P090WP-DL-M, and not made. Wait. Those are the same part numbers. So. The CAS and the coil packs use the same connector. Cool.

I also have 4 of the female versions of those connectors that I ordered thinking they were the same as the toyota cop harness. I'll also confirm that the 94-95 coils use the same connector, because I just pulled the two together.
Did you ever confirm the coil pack plugs?
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Did you ever confirm the coil pack plugs?
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And I bet that 4P090WP-DL-M-SPA-S is not made Just like the CAS connector which is 4P090WP-DL-M, and not made. Wait. Those are the same part numbers. So. The CAS and the coil packs use the same connector. Cool.

I also have 4 of the female versions of those connectors that I ordered thinking they were the same as the toyota cop harness. I'll also confirm that the 94-95 coils use the same connector, because I just pulled the two together.


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I had the tense wrong.

I read that you were, goin to confirm. I now see that the statment was the confirmation. Gotcha.
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I need the VVT solenoid plug and the VVT coil plugs. This **** is mad ghey.
Hussy, you wrub me wong time?

So, 01+ COP harness connector = 3P090WP-DL-F

So yes, if you were wondering, you can plug a 01+ cop directly into an NB crank sensor.
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has anyone confirmed the VVT solenoid connector number? If we can figure some of this out, I'll put all the part numbers on the table I'm making for common Miata part numbers by year.
So like, this is some google-docs thing that we can all check out in real time to get the very, very latest? :-)
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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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We would need the small 22-18ga versions of the 4P090WP-DL-F-SPA Coil Pack and CAS plugs right?
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I think most of the conversation has moved to this thread:
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