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Old 08-19-2008, 10:07 AM   #1
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Question Who manufactures the connectors for Mazda...

especially for the engine harness?
I am in need of a special connector of the 1,6 NB engine harness (which is neraly identical with the 1,8 harness)

Does anyone know, who produces all the connectors inside the engine bay for mazda. (Tyco doesn't seem, because they only have the ECU connectors)

Any idea?

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Old 08-19-2008, 10:48 AM   #2
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Tyco makes the connectors, specifically their company AMP. Look at the DIY MS writeup Braineack put together for the places to buy them.
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in for 99 tps connector.
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and here i am only charging $80 for a boomslang with a patch in MS harness...
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Well, thanks for all that - but it wasn't what I need.

I was looking for this connector:




It's because I will be able to use my long done COP harness with the MS. That 6-pin connector connects a 6-pin y-cable with the OEM coils - I want to use this connector to make my COP harness plug and play (and always be able to go back to OEM coils without a lot of work)

Now - (which is surely also important for the one that was searching the TPS connector) - I know the manufacturer for the connectors - it's Sumitomo Electric

The type of connectors is called Type SL.

Here is a PDF file which also includes the connector I need.
http://www.sws.co.jp/en/product/connector/pdf/wp_sl.pdf

Page 6 - Part-Nr. 6189-0648
But I am not able to find this thing anywhere to buy...

Tyco produces a nearly similar connector called Econoseal J-series Mark II+


But this one is missing the two "dividers"? which you can see in my first pic.

@Braineack - damn, if I would have known your offer -before I orderd the wire extension at boomslang... too late now.


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