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Old 04-07-2013, 06:32 PM   #141
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Any idea of the MAF connector for the 94-97?
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Post some good pics and I will see what I can do...
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Old 04-08-2013, 03:18 PM   #143
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Any idea of the MAF connector for the 94-97?
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Post some good pics and I will see what I can do...
I will get as many pictures as I can of a 95 MAF connector today when I get home.
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Old 04-09-2013, 03:33 AM   #144
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The red connector - Refrigerant pressure switch


It's a
2 cavity Delphi 12052643 Red Metripack 150 female connector



Delphi 12052643 Red Metripack 150 female connector

Recommended terminal 12048074
Terminal release tool: 12094429

Assembly Components:
12052637 Connector
12103067 Seal

Cross references:
GM service 12101858
Kenworth CN1080
Topkick connector C112
Used on AC Delco pigtail PT250 / 12101858

It can also be bought at Ballenger Motorsports - though it's black then:
Home Shop Connectors / Harnesses Delphi / Packard Connector Kits GM Delphi / Packard - 2 Way Metripack 150 Plug Kit, Black
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Old 04-09-2013, 04:37 AM   #145
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The white/natural connector - the condenser fan connector
is definitely a Yazaki connector

To be seen because of the little triangular sign on the front of the left connector:


But it seems to be outdated.

I think that this SUMITOMO connector might be a fitting replacement:

Male connector
Part.Nr. 6187-2801
SWS Components for Automobiles


Female connector
Part.Nr. 6180-2451
SWS Components for Automobiles


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Old 04-09-2013, 02:03 PM   #146
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Anyone that finds the part numbers for the big blocky connectors gets a free Catfish t-shirt.

16 pin Tyco? Sumitomo? I dunno, but they are the main connectors between the engine, main, dash and PPF harnesses.

BTW, I have pictures and descriptions of every connector on a 1999 harness, but no part numbers. I'd be happy to upload or send them to whomever is building a list.
I really want the shirt... But for the life of it - I am not able to find a part.nr. for it.

It's definitely a Yazaki 2.3 + 4.8 hybrid connector, even the grey holder has a Yazaki part.nr. on it. (But Yazaki doesn't have a 2.3 + 4.8 hybrid connector with 28/4 positions anymore and I can't find information about outdated connectors from Yazaki. Maybe Ballenger Motorsports can help us out here.)

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Old 04-09-2013, 02:50 PM   #147
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Just had a look at our 94/95 Can Miata.

The TPS connector is a

AMP SSC (Sealed Sensor Connector) 4 Position connector


AMP SSC 4 Position Housing Key - A [Black] [184046-1] : New United Race Tech, New United Race Tech

It's a OEM Toyota connector:
Part.Nr. 90980-10711

and

The MAF connector is a

Yazaki 2.3II(090II) Connectors Sealed 5 Position Female Housing [Black]
Part.Nr. 7283-1056-30



Yazaki 2.3II(090II) Connectors Sealed 5 Position Female Housing [Black]

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It's a OEM Toyota connector:
Part.Nr. 90980-11317
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Old 04-09-2013, 08:10 PM   #148
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Post some good pics and I will see what I can do...
I have only have the camera on my phone so sorry that the pictures are not the best. This is the MAF connector off my 95 miata.






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Can anyone confirm the IAC plug type for 99+ motors? The google docs page doesn't list a year for IAC and my 91 plug doesn't fit the 99 assembly

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The iat is for 99+ I should change that I wanted to make sure the older one's dont it it, I know the 94-97 style doesnt and now we know the 90-93 style doesnt (if its even different from the 94-97).
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Old 04-10-2013, 01:27 AM   #151
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@Shueind - thanks for the pics - they confirm the connector in the post above yours

@g-reichow - the IAC for the 99+ is a AMP SSC (Sealed Sensor Connector) System connector Part.-Nr. 184000-1
Please see post Nr. 35 - there are the links for this connector at Mouser etc.

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In preparation of my 1,6 to VVT swap some more 1,6 connectors:

90-93 (-97 in Europe) TPS connector



Is a Bosch Automotive connector 3 position
Part.Nr. 1237000039

connector TPS 3 pin plug Bosch


http://www.summitracing.com/parts/bch-1237000039

This should be the mating male connector:
3 PIN MALE
Bosch | The Knock Box

I suppose this one will also be fitting:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/3-way-Bosch-...item5893418465



Another name for the connector is AMP JPT Junior Power Timer

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Old 04-10-2013, 10:32 AM   #153
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I just requested a sample of this to test. I'm going to be tuning a miata who at one pont had a different TPS and TB install and the stock connector was cut off, it has since returned to the stock TPS but simple has contacts slide over the pins and glued in place. I'd like to repair this.
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@g-reichow - the IAC for the 99+ is a AMP SSC (Sealed Sensor Connector) System connector Part.-Nr. 184000-1
Please see post Nr. 35 - there are the links for this connector at Mouser etc.
Thanks for confirmation. I saw the prior links after looking at the google docs. I'm going to email ballenger and see if I can order one shortly.

Thanks,
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Thanks Lars and Sven. I don't have a clue how you are finding these so quickly, but I love it.
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Another source for Yazaki and Sumitomo Connectors:
Sumitomo Connector - Alternative Connection

Also, the 99-00, 94-95.5, and 95.5-97 coil pack connectors are linking to the wrong part on the google excel sheet. It should be linked to: http://www.newunitedracetech.com/sho...58_676_681_682

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Thanks Lars and Sven. I don't have a clue how you are finding these so quickly, but I love it.
I have way to many miata's and wiring harnesses honestly.

If there are any more connectors off of a 92, 94, 95, or 96 harness that we need I can spend time this weekend taking pictures of the connectors.
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I have way to many miata's and wiring harnesses honestly.

If there are any more connectors off of a 92, 94, 95, or 96 harness that we need I can spend time this weekend taking pictures of the connectors.
Nooooooo.... I can't take so much time to look at all these connectors.
But I got my VVT engine together with engine + body harness today and I have the dash harness of a 2000 Miata lying here... So much to do, so little time.
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I need to look back through here to find the 94-95.5 m/f coil pack harness to main harness 6 pin connector.

I want to make an entire harness just for the ecu to control the engine and nothing else in it, ala LS1 swap harnesses, out of the harness that goes from the ECU to the dash on the 94-97 models.

Did you guys ever found the alternator plug? I would love to help, but I have no idea about this stuff. Also Coolant temp sensor for 94-97.
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I need to look back through here to find the 94-95.5 m/f coil pack harness to main harness 6 pin connector.

I want to make an entire harness just for the ecu to control the engine and nothing else in it, ala LS1 swap harnesses, out of the harness that goes from the ECU to the dash on the 94-97 models.

Did you guys ever found the alternator plug? I would love to help, but I have no idea about this stuff. Also Coolant temp sensor for 94-97.


This one should be the one you can buy here - I would need pictures of the connector to tell what brand and part.-nr. it is...

http://store.driftmotion.com/static/...mpconn2pin.php

Edit - found it:

It's an AMP SSC 2 Position


http://www.newunitedracetech.com/sho...-d-p-5764.html

Part.Nr. is 184006-1
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