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MAZDA MIATA 1990 AIR FLOW METER REPAIR (INTERNAL WIRING DIAGRAM)

This is a discussion on MAZDA MIATA 1990 AIR FLOW METER REPAIR (INTERNAL WIRING DIAGRAM) within the Talk Car forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. I'm needing a wiring diagram for the air flow meter. Unknowingly I removed the connector base and some wires got


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Old 03-29-2013, 08:25 PM   #1
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I'm needing a wiring diagram for the air flow meter. Unknowingly I removed the connector base and some wires got un welded. After several attempts, I cannot get the part to work.
I have a second car and tried its AFM and car starts perfect.
Any help available would be much appreciated.
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