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SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAMS Article Text 1995 Mazda Miata For Yorba Linda Miata Copyright © 1998 Mitchell Repair Information Company, LLC Saturday, May 10, 2003 11:29AM ARTICLE BEGINNING 1995 System Wiring Diagrams Mazda - Miata AIR CONDITIONING A/C Circuit SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAMS Article Text (p. 2) 1995 Mazda Miata For Yorba Linda Miata Copyright © 1998 Mitchell Repair Information Company, LLC Saturday, May 10, 2003 11:29AM Heater Circuit ANTI-LOCK BRAKES SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAMS Article Text (p. 3) 1995 Mazda Miata For Yorba Linda Miata Copyright © 1998 Mitchell Repair Information Company, LLC Saturday, May 10, 2003 11:29AM Anti-lock Brake Circuits COMPUTER DATA LINES SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAMS Article Text (p. 4) 1995 Mazda Miata For Yorba Linda Miata Copyright © 1998 Mitchell Repair Information Company, LLC Saturday, May 10, 2003 11:29AM Data Link Connector Circuit COOLING FAN SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAMS Article Text (p. 5) 1995 Mazda Miata For Yorba Linda Miata Copyright © 1998 Mitchell Repair Information Company, LLC Saturday, May 10, 2003 11:29AM Cooling Fan Circuit
1994–2004 B-Series Truck wiring diagrams and connector pinouts Source: Mazda service manuals This reference contains the following illustrations: • Figure MA2017-1 1994 B-Series Truck with RABS wiring diagram and connector pinouts (2 sheets) • Figure MA2017-2 1995 B-Series Truck with RABS wiring diagram and connector pinouts • Figure MA2017-3 1995–97 B-Series Truck with 4WABS wiring diagram and connector pinouts (2 sheets) • Figure MA2017-4 1996 B-Series Truck with RABS wiring diagram and connector pinouts • Figure MA2017-5 1997 B-Series Truck with RABS wiring diagram and connector pinouts • Figure MA2017-6 1998 B-Series Truck with RABS wiring diagram and connector pinouts • Figure MA2017-7 1998 B-Series Truck with 4WABS wiring diagram and connector pinouts (2 sheets) • Figure MA2017-8 1999–2000 B-Series Truck with RABS wiring diagram and connector pinouts • Figure MA2017-9 1999–2000 B-Series Truck with 4WABS wiring diagram and connector pinouts (2 sheets) • Figure MA2017-10 2001 B-Series Truck with 4WABS wiring diagram and connector pinouts (2 sheets) • Figure MA2017-11 2002–03 B-Series Truck with 4WABS wiring diagram and connector pinouts (2 sheets) • Figure MA2017-12 2004 B-Series Truck with 4WABS wiring diagram and connector pinouts (2 sheets) Wire color code: B = Black BR = Brown G = Green GY = Gray L = Blue LB = Light Blue P = Pink R = Red V = Violet W = White Y = Yellow When the color is striped, the base color is given first, followed by the stripe. MA79 LG = Light Green O = Orange MA2017 Mazda Reference Figure MA2017-1 1994 B-Series Truck with RABS wiring diagram and connector pinouts (sheet 1 of 2) MA80 MA2017 Mazda Reference Figure MA2017–1 1994 B-Series Truck with RABS wiring diagram and connector pinouts (sheet 2 of 2) MA81 MA2017 Mazda Reference Figure MA2017-2 1995 B-Series Truck with RABS wiring diagram and connector pinouts MA82 MA2017 Mazda Reference Figure MA2017-3 1995–97 B-Series Truck with 4WABS wiring diagram and connector pinouts (sheet 1 of 2) MA83
E6X Wiring Diagram ... When two colors are used in a wire by the alphabetical code, the first letter indicates the basic wire ... Haltech E6X to Mazda RX-7 FC3S. E6X Wiring Diagram Mazda RX-7 2nd Gen Series 4/5 CRANK ANGLE SENSOR Ne- to Main Trigger Ground (Red) TRIGGER INPUTS Ne+ (24 teeth) to Main Trigger (Yellow) A 26 6 13 26 TRIGGER GROUND B C MAIN TRIGGER HOME TRIGGER TRIGGER GROUND +SEN G+ (2 teeth) to Home Trigger (Green) G- to Home Ground (Blue) HOME TRIGGER E From Sensor Supply Via 15A Fuse Red MAIN TRIGGER D HOME GROUND White HOME GROUND Green White/Black Connector F Note: Shielded cable should be wired at ECU end only. 26 27 36 35 34 12 GROUND [B] AUX. OUT [G / B ] IGNITION #1 [W/B] IGNITION #3 [L] IGNITION #4 To Trailing Toggle Select [ LG ] IGNITION #2 Not Used [L/Y] To Leading Coils To Trailing Coil Signal Not Used Leading Coil Signal - Pink (from Ign1) Not Used L1 / L2 12 Power - Light Green Connector IGs-T Trailing Select Signal - Brown/Yellow (from Aux. Out) 20 21 [ LB ] INJECTOR #2 [L/R] INJECTOR #3 [P] White [G/R] INJECTOR #4 19 INJECTOR #1 LEADING COIL PACK IGT-T Trailing Coil Signal Blue/Yellow (from Ign2) Pink Tacho Output - To Stock Tachometer - Yellow/Blue Yellow IGf-T Feedback Signal - Blue/Red (Not Used) Grey T1 T2 22 12V Power - Light Green 12V Power - Light Green +12V Supply for Injectors and Sensors. Light Green Light Green TRAILING COIL PACK +SEN Connector Secondary Rear Rotor LOOKING AT ECU CONNECTOR 1 18 19 36 Secondary Front Rotor Primary Rear Rotor Primary Front Rotor LEGEND - WIRE COLORS: Haltech E6X to Mazda RX-7 FC3S 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 4/5 FC3S 86-91, Stock CAS & Igniter/Coil Wiring Haltech USA - www.haltech.com Rev. 1 Ver. 2 Date: 14-Nov-2008
All the information stated in this document was provided by Prius owners. None were affiliated with Toyota Motor Corporation, except as customers. This document is not sanctioned by Toyota Motor Corporation or any of its affiliates. The ideas, suggestions, and opinions offered in this document have not been endorsed by the manufacturer of those specific components or Toyota Motor Corporation. Any harm or damage that may result from the application of or the following of any ideas, suggestions, or opinions contained in this document is the sole responsibility of the individual that applied or followed said ideas, suggestions or opinions. The authors of this document hereby declare that they cannot and will not be held liable, in any fashion, for the content or the use of this document. Please dispose of the used oil & filters properly. Pour the oil into the emptied bottles afterward, then drop them off at a recycling center. If isn’t one nearby, many repair shops will accept used oil. (There is sometimes a fee for disposal.) Used filters can often be disposed of at that same location.
Keypad Schematic Diagram. When a key is pressed, the column associated with that key gets a rising edge, waking the. MSP430. At that point, Timer_A is ... Often in applications with keypads, the condition can occur where a key can be held or stuck down, causing excess current consumption and reducing the battery life of a battery-operated product. This application report shows a solution. The keypad interface in this report, based on the MSP430, draws 0.1 µA while waiting for a key press, is completely interrupt driven, requiring no polling, and consumes a maximum of only 2 µA at 3 V if all keys are pressed and held simultaneously. The rows of the keypad are connected to port pins P3.0 – P3.3. The columns are connected to pins P1.0 – P1.2. Connecting the rows to port 3 pins, instead of port 1 pins, leaves the other port 1 pins for other interrupt sources, because the P1 pins have interrupt capability, but the P3 pins do not. In normal mode, while the circuit is awaiting a key press (wait-for-press mode), the rows are driven high, and the P1.x column pins are configured as inputs, with interrupts enabled and set to interrupt on a rising edge. The 4.7 MΩ pulldown resistors hold the inputs low in this state. The MSP430 is then put into low-power mode 4, where the MSP430 current consumption is about 100 nA. This state is maintained indefinitely until a key is pressed. The circuit is completely interrupt-driven with no need for polling.
Remove the stock horn and bracket from the stud it is mounted to and unplug the 2 wires. Remove the seat. Route the end of the wire and hose loom without the connectors. Starting in front of the fuel valve, route this loom behind the valve, over the fuel line over the rear cylinder head along the existing wiring or hoses - if your model has any. Follow the frame to where the back bone and seat support rails come together. Route the loom up into the general area where the compressor will mount (i.e. see diagram). Attach the hose to the 'Y' connector on the horns themselves. Attach the two black wires from the loom to the relay terminals #87 and #30, located between the air horns behind chrome cover. Attach the wires from the original horn to the remaining terminals #85 and #86 (NOTE: it makes no difference which wire goes to which terminal). Attach the relay to the back of the horn bracket assembly or up under the fuel tank using the small cable tie provided. NOTE: the terminals must point downward to prevent water from entering the relay! Install the horn assembly using the 1/4" thick chrome washer provided behind the horn mounting bracket. Use the original acorn nut and tighten securely. Check to see that the horns have at least 1/4" clearance between the engine, shift linkage and choke knob. They should be horizontal or angle down at the front just slightly. Take any slack out of the loom, keeping it up against the frame and away from the engine or exhaust, using several of the small cable ties provided.
231731/231904/731513 SSVR-12 (12 VOLT) FOR HARLEY DAVIDSON SSVR-12 is an all solid state voltage and current regulator designed expressly for Harley-Davidson two (2) brush generators. It offers greater reliability and smoother voltage regulation than the mechanical regulator it replaces. It will easily keep any electric or kick start battery charged at the correct rate. Its unique output will safely operate the lights WITHOUT the use of a battery if your motorcycle is equipped with a magneto ignition. Ideal for states that require lights on at all times. WARRANTY SSVR-12 is warranteed against circuit failure for 1 full year. It is made in Japan. GENERATOR and BATTERY Make sure brushes are good. Armature commutator must be clean. Battery terminals must be clean, acid up to level and a good ground connection. Be sure your battery will hold a charge and does not have an open or dead cell. If in doubt replace same. INSTRUCTIONS 1) Mount SSVR-12 to grounded part of bike where some air flow is possible. Do not rubber mount. 2) Locate (F) field and (A) armature markings stamped on top of generator case. 3) (a) Connect RED wire from SSVR-12 to (A) post on generator. (b) Connect GREEN wire from SSVR-12 to (F) post on generator. (c) Connect BLACK wire from SSVR-12 to positive (+) battery terminal or to battery position on switch. A 20 AMP fuse is recommended. 4) NO BATTERY operation, connect BLACK wire to light switch. WIRING DIAGRAM CHARGING LIGHT IF USED BLACK RED SSVR-12 20 AMP FUSE B IG GREEN + A F LT GEN. KEY SWITCH AMP METER IF USED BATT POLARIZE Generator MUST be polarized. Use jumper lead and momentarily touch positive battery terminal to (A) post on generator. WITHOUT battery, use the following procedure: Any battery with correct voltage may be used Ground negative (-) side of battery to frame, connect positive (+) side of battery to (A) post on generator momentarily. Generator is now polarized. Remove battery.
Zoom N’ Go HULK™ ATV 4-Wheeler To install batteries: 1. Using a Phillips/cross head screwdriver (not included), unscrew battery cover. 2. Insert 2 fresh 1.5 V “AA” or LR6 batteries. See diagram for polarity. 3. Replace battery cover and tighten screw. IMPORTANT: BATTERY INFORMATION Please retain this information for future reference. Batteries should be replaced by an adult. CAUTION: TO AVOID BATTERY LEAKAGE 1. Be sure to insert the batteries correctly and always follow the toy and battery manufacturers’ instructions; 2. Do not mix old and new batteries or alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium) batteries; 3. Always remove weak or dead batteries from the product. CAUTION: 1. Always follow the instructions carefully. Use only batteries specified and be sure to insert item correctly by matching the + and – polarity markings. 2. Do not mix old and new batteries or standard (carbon-zinc) with alkaline batteries. 3. Remove exhausted or dead batteries from the product. 4. Remove batteries if product is not to be played with for a long time. 5. Do not short-circuit the supply terminals. 6. Should this product cause, or be affected by, local electrical interference, move it away from other electrical equipment. Reset (switching off and back on again or removing and reinserting batteries) if necessary. 7. RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: Do not mix these with any other types of batteries. Always remove from the product before recharging. Recharge batteries under adult supervision. DO NOT RECHARGE OTHER TYPES OF BATTERIES.