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Old 02-12-2018, 09:34 AM
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i use the Ms 3 pnp pro on my 04 vvt Miata turbo. I want to add a sensor to the rear option connector but don't know which connectors to buy. Please help me out if you know the name of those crimpconnectors and where to buy them in Germany. Thanks in advance.
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We can ship pre crimped ones to Germany - contact us directly at [email protected] if you want to set up an order.
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Thanks for your offer, but I need the connectors till next Friday. Can u give me the name of those crimpconnectors? I try to find them at www.reichelt.de
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It's TE part 173716-1 for the low current pins and 173631-1 for the high current pins.
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I am quite surprised this was nowhere to be found in the MS3 Pro PnP manuals.
For future reference and total completeness, the connector housing is TE 174516-6, right?
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Yes, that's the part number for the other side.

We haven't really had anybody ask before. The connector is supplied with the ECU.
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I dont know which contact I need to use for my boost controller ground. i can only see boost controller positive connector on the option pin... or should i use the sensor ground pin for the electronic boost controller too.
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One end of the boost controller goes to 12V (is Pin J the "boost controller positive connector" you're referring to?). The other end goes to a grounding output (any digital output on MS), which the documentation labels as using Pin R, High Current Out 2. Then select High Current Out 2 as your output in TunerStudio.
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Hope I got it right now positive ebcv goes to pin j, and negative is pin r. Are there any chances to test the valve?
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You can toggle the output off and on in output test mode, and listen for the solenoid to click.
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