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E6X Wiring Diagram Mazda RX-7 3rd Gen Series 6 TRIGGER INPUTS Main Trigger Ground A 13 6 26 26 TRIGGER GROUND B C HOME TRIGGER E HOME GROUND Main Trigger Signal Home Trigger Signal HOME TRIGGER HOME GROUND From Sensor Supply Via 15A Fuse +SEN Ne- to Ground (Red) MAIN TRIGGER D MAIN TRIGGER TRIGGER GROUND Home Trigger Ground Ne+ (12 teeth) to Main Trigger Pos. (Yellow) G+ (1 tooth) to Home Trigger Pos. (Green) G- to Ground (Blue) F Note: Shielded cable should be wired at ECU end only. 26 27 36 35 34 GROUND [B] AUX. OUT [G / B ] IGNITION #1 [W/B] IGNITION #3 [L] IGNITION #4 Not Used [ LG ] IGNITION #2 Not Used [L/Y] Leading Coil Signal Trailing Front Coil Signal Trailing Rear Coil Signal +12V Switched Power [B/R] Leading Coil Signal (from Igniter) 12 [Y/L] Not Used Trailing Front (from Igniter) 20 21 INJECTOR #1 Leading Coil Neg. 22 Leading Input (From Haltech Ign1) Trailing 2 Coil Neg. +12V Supply for Injectors and Sensors. 26 32 L1 / L2 T2 [G/R] [P] T1 [L/R] INJECTOR #3 [L/W] [ LB ] INJECTOR #2 INJECTOR #4 19 [R] Trailing Rear (from Igniter) [ LG / B ] [ LG ] [ LG / W ] +12V Power Supply [B/W] Trailing 2 Input (From Haltech Ign3) [ BR / B ] Trailing 1 Coil Neg. GROUND [G/R] +SEN Stock FD Igniter GROUND Trailing 1 Input (From Haltech Ign2) Secondary Rear Rotor LOOKING AT ECU CONNECTOR 1 18 19 36 Secondary Rear Rotor Primary Rear Rotor [ BR ] Primary Front Rotor LEGEND - WIRE COLORS: Haltech E6X to Mazda RX-7 FD3S B = BLACK BR = BROWN G = GREEN GY = GREY L = BLUE O = ORANGE P = PINK R = RED V = VIOLET Y = YELLOW When two colors are used in a wire by the alphabetical code, the first letter indicates the basic wire color, the second indicates the color of stripe. (Ex. O/R = Orange with Red stripe, GY/R = Grey with Red stripe) Series 6, FD3S, 93-95, Stock CAS & Igniter/Coil Wiring Haltech USA - www.haltech.com
Mopar Basic Limited Warranty Except as noted below, over-the-counter or wholesale Mopar parts are warranted against defects in workmanship or materials for 12 months/unlimited miles for parts exchange only. Mopar parts installed by an authorized Chrysler Group LLC dealership or studio are warranted for 12 months/12,000 miles for both parts and labor, or for 12 months/unlimited miles for parts exchange only, whichever is more favorable to the customer. Mopar parts replaced on a Chrysler Group LLC vehicle still covered by the Chrysler New Vehicle Basic Limited Warranty are warranted for the remainder of the New Vehicle Basic 3 year/36,000 Mile Limited Warranty, or for Mopar’s Basic 12 month Limited Warranty from the original installation date, whichever is more favorable to the customer. Mopar’s Basic Limited Warranty covers the cost of towing a vehicle to the nearest authorized Chrysler Group LLC dealership if the failure of a covered part causes the vehicle to be inoperative. If a Mopar part is installed in a Chrysler Group vehicle by an authorized Chrysler Group dealer, and if, while that part is still under warranty, it causes other parts to be damaged or to fail, those other parts will be repaired or replaced under warranty, regardless of whether the other parts were covered by a Chrysler warranty at the time of failure. These warranties are the only express warranties made by Chrysler for Mopar Parts and Accessories. Except where prohibited by law, this warranty is the sole and exclusive remedy. No person, including a dealer or employee of Chrysler Group LLC, or its affiliated corporations has the authority to vary or change these warranties. Mopar parts sold with a separate manufacturer’s warranty are not eligible for the Mopar warranty. Warranty information on these parts is provided with the part or in its packaging.
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State of Washington Department of Revenue DO NOT SEND TO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Reset This Form Farmers' Certificate for Wholesale Purchases and Sales Tax Exemptions Do not use this certificate for purchases that are exempt from sales tax under the livestock nutrient management exemption (RCW 82.08.890) or the replacement parts and services exemption for farm machinery and equipment (RCW 82.08.855). Persons entitled to these exemptions must apply for and use an exemption certificate issued by the Department. Wholesale Purchases (see page 3 for explanations) 1. Chemical sprays or washes for the post-harvest treatment of fruit. 2. Feed, seed, seedlings, fertilizer, spray materials (pesticides), or agents for enhanced pollination. 3. Tangible personal property for resale without intervening use. Retail Sales Tax Exemptions (check applicable box) (see page 3 for explanations) 1. Farm equipment purchased by nonresident farmer. Place of residence: Proof of residence: Equipment for use in a farming activity (include brand, model, and address of use) 2. Livestock for breeding purposes/cattle and dairy cows used to produce an agriculture product. Animal type: Registered breed association: Animal name or identification number: 3. Animal pharmaceuticals. 4. Chicken farming. a. Propane or natural gas used to heat structures used to house chickens. b. Bedding materials used to accumulate and facilitate the removal of chicken manure. c. Poultry used in the production or sale of poultry products. 5. Purchases of propane or natural gas by farmers to be used exclusively for distilling mint on a farm. 6. Diesel, biodiesel, or aircraft fuel used by a farmer or a horticultural service provider for farmers. 7. Agricultural Employee Housing. Items purchased: The retail sales tax exemption is available for these items: Constructing, repairing, decorating, or improving new or existing buildings or structures used as agricultural employee housing, Tangible personal property that becomes an ingredient or component of a building or structure used as agricultural employee housing during the course of the construction, repairing, decorating, or improving. Is the agricultural employee housing being built on agricultural land? Yes No If yes, please provide parcel number: Next page REV 27 0036 (7-24-13)
Sales Tax Fact Sheet 176 This fact sheet explains sales tax exemptions that apply to local governments. What’s New in 2013 Starting Jan. 1, 2014, cities and counties are exempt from sales and use tax on purchases used to provide certain government services. Townships have had this exemption since Oct. 1, 2011. Cities and counties must pay sales and use tax on their taxable purchases made through Dec. 31, 2013. Minnesota Statutes, section 297A.70, subdivision 2, allows local governments to buy some goods and services without paying sales and use tax. Purchases of items or services are exempt if they are used to provide local government services that are not generally provided by a private business. as a city, county, or town or a component of a city, county or town.) Nontaxable (Exempt) Purchases To qualify for this exemption, purchases must meet the following requirements: The purchases are “inputs,” used to provide government services. (See examples, below, and Other Taxable Purchases, next page.) The purchases are not used as inputs to services that are generally provided by a private business. (See Taxable Purchases, on next page.) The purchases are billed to, and paid directly by, the local government. (Employee purchases that are reimbursed are taxable.) For example, purchases used to provide the following government services would be exempt: Cities, Counties, and Townships For purposes of this exemption, “local governments” means only cities, counties, and townships (towns). It may include some cooperative agreements. Housing services Sewer and water services Wastewater treatment services Local governments acting under an agreement authorized by statute – such as the Joint Powers Act (Minnesota Statutes, section 471.59) – may claim the exemption for their joint activities only if: Ambulance services Public safety services Correctional services Chore or homemaking services for residents who are elderly or disabled Road and street maintenance and lighting the agreement is limited to Minnesota cities, counties, townships, school districts or some combination of them; and .
Excalibur Extrusions, Inc. is a plastic fabricator built on the assumption that there is an intrinsic value, personal reward and financial reward in producing tangible products and services that offer customers more value than they expect to receive. We, meaning each employee of Excalibur, succeed because our customers succeed. We are part of a much larger community to which we are compelled to act responsibly.
An administrative center is a place of many people working in combination in several areas to have the best end result as a complete. it is rather commonplace to have place of work glass partitions to allow correct separation and privacy of every employee so there will be no disturbance.
The Most Anticipated Hair Trends For Spring an excerpt from HarpersBazaar.com 31130 Center Ridge Road Westlake, OH 44145 PH: 440.892.0097 hotlockssalonwestlake.com A letter from Julie Hello and Happy New Year! We welcome 2013 and all the new beauty tips and tricks we will learn. We are coming up on the time of the year when "education is all around us"! All of the staff at Hot Locks will be going to Beauty Shows and individual classes. When it's cold and snowy we have this to look forward to. During Febuary most people's lives slow down a bit. I like to call it hibernation. Use this time to pamper yourself. Come in and take advantage of our Valentines specials. A warm soothing pedicure or manicure with heated mitts feels extra good! Sip some hot chocolate and you'll feel wonderful. Come in for a "blow out" to get styling ideas from your stylist. Take a little time for you. Enjoy some downtime with us. 2013 Unconventional hairstyles are fun to look at but don't necessarily translate well off the runway when you don’t have a team of stylists at the ready. Here are runway styles for Spring that you can do yourself! 3 13 Tying the Knot ( Simple and striking are two ways to describe the tightly wound knots seen on the runway. It's a very chic, put-together style… To master your twist, blow-dry hair straight, create a clean center part and secure hair into a firm ponytail at the nape, spritzing with shine mist. From there, wrap the tail into any number of looks—a loop with the ends pointing up or tucked under, a round ballet bun, or the classic double knot—sealed with a shot of anti-frizz spray.
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