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Old 10-23-2012, 03:54 AM   #1
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Direct bolt on replacement for the Miata TPS. These are off early 90's automatic 323s.

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What years are these from, are they a direct bolt on to a 1.6 throttle body?
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What years are these from, are they a direct bolt on to a 1.6 throttle body?
If I'm not mistaken, the 323 followed the same TPS rule as the Miata during the 1.6 period. That TPS will only fit a 1.6 Miata that has a throttle body from an automatic-transmission application. 1.6 engines with the manual-transmission throttle body will need to use something like Wells TPS201, or the sensor from a 90s-vintage 5/7-series BMW.
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will work on NA?
see post below.

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If I'm not mistaken, the 323 followed the same TPS rule as the Miata during the 1.6 period. That TPS will only fit a 1.6 Miata that has a throttle body from an automatic-transmission application. 1.6 engines with the manual-transmission throttle body will need to use something like Wells TPS201, or the sensor from a 90s-vintage 5/7-series BMW.
I don't remember switching the whole throttle body/TPS. It was several years ago I did this. I will have to go check.
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Crap. Joe is right. Just compared the two, and they are different. My memory fails me...I should have picked up the TBs at pick'n'pull as well :S

Sorry folks, you WILL need the automatic TB if you want to use these.

Thanks Joe for saving me a most potentially embarrassing sale of something that is NOT a direct replacement!
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