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Old 01-18-2014, 02:53 PM   #241
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You are correct sir. I will edit and deploy shortly. Alldata didn't help much in the electrical diagram. Why 6 wires? Is the NC electronic throttle?
Yes, with dual TPS sensors.

2 wires for the electric motor, 1 wire for TPS 5v, 1 wire for TPS ground, 2 wires for the TPS1 and TPS2 signals.
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Old 01-18-2014, 03:27 PM   #242
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Just to verify, you guys have connectors for the common e85 sensors I see in junk yards?
Not sure which one you are seeing in the junkyard (kind of depends on what you are looking at)? The Delphi one commonly used on GMs and used with many aftermarket systems uses CONN-75750 as a kit or CONN-85750 as a pigtail.

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If you can get us images, part numbers, vehicle application etc we can check it specifically.
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Yes, with dual TPS sensors.

2 wires for the electric motor, 1 wire for TPS 5v, 1 wire for TPS ground, 2 wires for the TPS1 and TPS2 signals.
Thanks, good catch. You saw my post and corrected my error within 6 minutes. I should use this forum for validation all the time. I did deploy the correction.

Good to know on the wiring, the service manual just offered wire colors and the Mazda diagrams leave a lot to be desired compared GM for example.
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Old 01-23-2014, 10:48 AM   #244
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Added some coil and coil connector information. We are stocking the GM Truck Coils & Toyota COPs new... obviously they are cheaper used so will see how that works out.

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Old 01-31-2014, 09:51 AM   #245
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This might not solve all of your connector woes but we stock a couple of the handy ones.

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Old 02-10-2014, 06:30 PM   #246
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Old 03-12-2014, 01:49 PM   #247
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I did some reading in the connector witch hunt thread and have seen the online excel sheet for the connectors. I am looking for a male end connector for the 1995 Miata coil pack. I see the same type of connector on the 1995 Miata cam sensor. If I could find that male version that is fastened to the cam sensor housing, it would work fine. My goal is to built my own ignition harness without cutting up the factory harness. I'm no where near a parts yard. If I missed this information somewhere on this website - sorry. Below is the plug that I want to connect INTO:

4-Way Receptacle Kit

The description said that the mating half is not available. It is the mating half I am looking for. If this connector is unavailable anywhere, what is the method being used to hook into an OEM harness without cutting into it?
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Old 03-12-2014, 01:52 PM   #248
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Unavailable, the mate for that connector was never made. Remove the factory coil subharness and connect to the harness where the sub harness did.
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Old 03-12-2014, 02:09 PM   #249
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The description said that the mating half is not available. It is the mating half I am looking for. If this connector is unavailable anywhere, what is the method being used to hook into an OEM harness without cutting into it?
As Leafy said, it was never made except for being on the coil packs. I took and old dead coil pack once and cut off the connectors to make a PnP Cops harness years ago.
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Old 03-12-2014, 02:20 PM   #250
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I took another look and found the subharness connector. Thanks for the tip!

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Unavailable, the mate for that connector was never made. Remove the factory coil subharness and connect to the harness where the sub harness did.
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Thanks for the message!

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As Leafy said, it was never made except for being on the coil packs. I took and old dead coil pack once and cut off the connectors to make a PnP Cops harness years ago.
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Old 03-12-2014, 02:23 PM   #252
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Hi Allen - this is why when you sent me a message I asked what your goals were...

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This is the connector.
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Old 03-12-2014, 02:25 PM   #253
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If you have full part numbers I have found that Octopart is a good place to find items in stock.

Datasheets, Electronic Parts, Components, Search - Octopart

They even list the ECU connector parts...
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Old 03-25-2014, 05:34 PM   #254
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Haven't put them up yet on the Miata list we keep updated but the 4 way coil connectors, 3 way coil connectors, 4 way subharness connectors and 2 way ABS/Knock connectors are on the site and somewhat recently added. Just to cover the below, a connector housing is housing + lock only. Kit is with terminals and seals for you to crimp, pigtails come with 12" / 305mm wire leads and preassembled for those without enough harness length or crimp tools.

4 way subharness plug
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4 way ignition subharness receptacle
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2 way abs/knock plug
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2 way abs/knock receptacle
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3 & 4 way coil connectors:
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We had a lot of people asking for these parts, so here they are!
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I will have you know that I ordered these from elsewhere exactly 9 minutes before you made that post

But no worries, you still have more stuff I need. Thanks for keeping stock and bringing things in that we are looking for
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Old 07-10-2014, 07:03 PM   #256
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Does anyone know the pin size of this connector? I'm trying to repin the plug to accept a 12awg wire for the fuel pump.

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Ok, got another pic while putting in a noisy fuel pump to replace the perfectly find OEM one. Heh.

Fuel Tank Connector (pump + level sender)

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Does anyone know the pin size of this connector? I'm trying to repin the plug to accept a 12awg wire for the fuel pump.

Thanks!

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If you need 12ga wire going into the pump then I dont believe there are terminals for that connected rated high enough. I used this Racetronix - Universal Bulkhead Wiring System, 4-Way, I left the pickup on the original one and ran my 12ga wire into a pair of 14 ga wire, for the same amerapge carrying capacity. But now I found a better solution. The one below can actually handle 12ga wire and current without having to double up terminals.

Racetronix - Connector, Fuel Bulkhead 4-Way 280/150
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Racetronix - Connector Set, M/P 280 US, Female
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Racetronix - Connector Set, 4-Way GT280S
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If you need 12ga wire going into the pump then I dont believe there are terminals for that connected rated high enough. I used this Racetronix - Universal Bulkhead Wiring System, 4-Way, I left the pickup on the original one and ran my 12ga wire into a pair of 14 ga wire, for the same amerapge carrying capacity. But now I found a better solution. The one below can actually handle 12ga wire and current without having to double up terminals.

Racetronix - Connector, Fuel Bulkhead 4-Way 280/150
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Racetronix - Connector Set, M/P 280 US, Female
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Racetronix - Connector Set, 4-Way GT280S
What he said.

That being said - If you just need a couple of terminals for 12 AWG I'll send them to you for the cost of shipping.
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Start with this post and keep reading the thread: https://www.miataturbo.net/engine-pe...5/#post1138772

The thread itself has a bunch of stupid in it, but the fuel pump wiring recommendations are solid. I'm probably going to buy this: Racetronix - Universal Bulkhead Wiring System, 4-Way as to not dick around with the stock connector.
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Start with this post and keep reading the thread: https://www.miataturbo.net/engine-pe...5/#post1138772

The thread itself has a bunch of stupid in it, but the fuel pump wiring recommendations are solid. I'm probably going to buy this: Racetronix - Universal Bulkhead Wiring System, 4-Way as to not dick around with the stock connector.
Check my post and tryout the one I wish I went with please. I'm almost certain its much better.
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