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Old 09-12-2017, 10:16 PM
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Sorry I know those pics are pretty lame, hopefully its enough to go on... it appears that the connector would have a metal clip around it like the one on the Air Flow Meter.
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Originally Posted by 2010 WRX Limited View Post
I have this one in stock but not on the website yet. CONN-75954 for the kit, CONN-85954 for the pigtail. Wrong keyways. If you carefully chisel yours with a sharp chisel you can remove said keyways and use this. You'd have to be careful about the pinout with the keyways removed.

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Old 09-16-2017, 05:02 AM
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Originally Posted by vtjballeng View Post
I have this one in stock but not on the website yet. CONN-75954 for the kit, CONN-85954 for the pigtail. Wrong keyways. If you carefully chisel yours with a sharp chisel you can remove said keyways and use this. You'd have to be careful about the pinout with the keyways removed.
I can manage taking the keyways off and would gladly use that connector but I'm a noob at wiring connectors. Can I purchase one that already has leads? Or is it really easy to add wires to the connector? Do I need any special tools? Thanks

Edit: Maybe you already answered my question, is the pigtail a connector already populated with wires? Thanks again.
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Old 09-18-2017, 06:37 PM
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Originally Posted by 2010 WRX Limited View Post
I can manage taking the keyways off and would gladly use that connector but I'm a noob at wiring connectors. Can I purchase one that already has leads? Or is it really easy to add wires to the connector? Do I need any special tools? Thanks

Edit: Maybe you already answered my question, is the pigtail a connector already populated with wires? Thanks again.
A pigtail is already populated with pre-terminated wires, yes.
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Old 09-20-2017, 12:36 PM
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Anyone have any luck finding the 4 pin AC fan relay connector for an NB1? The wire got corroded and snapped inside the connector.
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Old 09-22-2017, 03:35 AM
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Originally Posted by vtjballeng View Post
A pigtail is already populated with pre-terminated wires, yes.
Ordered, thanks!
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A relevant product release for Miata CAM & Crank Sensor Issues:
https://www.bmotorsports.com/shop/in.../cPath/129_572

We kept hearing from Miata customers with failing CAM & Crank Sensors. We worked with a few teams to come up with a variety of solutions to solve the problem (s).

We have a SCCA legal setup, a rules unlimited setup with race quality shielded wiring back to the ECU, & a production / street setup that should improve reliability with a sensor & connector change.

We are also doing some race quality ignition harnesses after finding issues with that part of the harness. Once we have wider coverage, we should have an announcement there.







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Old 01-25-2018, 06:17 AM
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Any ideas on what the NB2 ABS plug is and if/where I can get one? I am actually looking for both sides of it for a little project I have in mind.
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Originally Posted by HarryB View Post
Any ideas on what the NB2 ABS plug is and if/where I can get one? I am actually looking for both sides of it for a little project I have in mind.
VERY detailed, in focus, well-lit images and any text on the connectors will help identify them.
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Old 01-27-2018, 08:51 AM
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Will jump to it as soon as I get back
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Old 01-28-2018, 10:18 PM
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Originally Posted by vtjballeng View Post
A relevant product release for Miata CAM & Crank Sensor Issues:
https://www.bmotorsports.com/shop/in.../cPath/129_572

We kept hearing from Miata customers with failing CAM & Crank Sensors. We worked with a few teams to come up with a variety of solutions to solve the problem (s).

We have a SCCA legal setup, a rules unlimited setup with race quality shielded wiring back to the ECU, & a production / street setup that should improve reliability with a sensor & connector change.

We are also doing some race quality ignition harnesses after finding issues with that part of the harness. Once we have wider coverage, we should have an announcement there.
I'm guessing these aren't oem cas/cam sensors. Are these more durable than normal ones? Getting stranded because of the crappy cas I got from autozone sucked. Their description says they are but I was wondering if people can attest to their durability.
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Old 01-29-2018, 05:21 PM
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Originally Posted by skylinecalvin View Post
I'm guessing these aren't oem cas/cam sensors. Are these more durable than normal ones? Getting stranded because of the crappy cas I got from autozone sucked. Their description says they are but I was wondering if people can attest to their durability.
The problems are a mix of the sensor & the interconnect system used on the stock assembly. The sensors & wiring we offer are more durable based on our testing & evaluation of construction.

Keep in mind there are multiple variations we offer here. The production sensor kit (SNSR-100565) uses a different connector. The Spec Miata version (SNSR-100561) steps it up to a higher end assembly as allowed by SCCA rules. The Unlimited version (SNSR-100563) offers a completely dedicated shielded motorsports grade harness back to the ECU. We also have an unlimited Crank Sensor (SNSR-100564).
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Old 02-04-2018, 02:30 PM
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Need a source where to get this connector for single wire blade - coolant temp guage
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Old 04-15-2018, 05:57 AM
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VVT female 2way: 6189-0249
NA coils (harness side) female 4 way: 6195-0015
Stock Injectors 2way: 6189-0060
NB TPS: 7283-1133-10
NB IAC: 184000-1
Knock sensor: 6195-0006, 6195-0003
NB Camshaft sensor: 7283-8730-30
NB VVT Coils:6195-0009

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Fuel Pump Connector added:
4 Way Fuel Pump Connector
Connector ONLY CONN-100811 4 Way Mazda Fuel Pump Plug Connector
Connector Kit CONN-75905 4 Way Mazda Fuel Pump Plug Connector Kit
Connector Pigtail CONN-85905 4 Way Mazda Fuel Pump Plug Connector Pigtail




Not sure which years, if you tell me I will update it.
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Old 05-03-2018, 12:10 AM
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anyone know where to get an ignition molex connector ?
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Old 05-03-2018, 03:25 PM
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You're sure it's 4 pins (as you say in your other thread)? Miata workshop manual indicates 6, and your pic shows 6.
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Old 05-03-2018, 08:21 PM
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Just checked. Missed that. It's a 6 pin.
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Old 05-03-2018, 08:39 PM
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Looks the same as the fuel pump relay connector. let me know if you find it.
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No markings on the connector?
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