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Purchased a bosch o2 Sensor for mazda protege 5 the wiring is different from factor (2 blk 1 whte & 1 blu. bosch connector (2 whte, 1 blk & 1 gray)

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IF THE CONECTOR ON THE END IS THE SAME THEN IT WILL WORK AND THE COLORS DO NOT MATTER. YOU HAVE TO MAKE SURE THAT THE CONECTORS ON THE END ARE THE SAME THE AFTERMARKET SUPPLIER DOES NOT USE THE SAME COLORS AS THE FACTORY. A LOT OF TIMES THAT IS HOW WE KNOW WHEN AN AFTERMARKET PART IS USE.

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Where is the amp and how do i check it in 98 cadillac


Radio Amplifier
Left hand rear of the passenger compartment, behind the rear seat back.
Check the connections , check power an ground .
Connector Part Information
?€¢
12110088


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24 Way F Micro-Pack 100 Series (GRY)

Pin
Wire Color
Circuit No.
Function
A1
PPL
1952
RH Front Tweeter Output -
A2
LT GRN
1852
RH Front Tweeter Output +
A3
BLK
1856
LH Front Tweeter Output +
A4
YEL
1956
LH Front Tweeter Output -
A5
DK BLU/WHT
346
Rear Shelf Subwoofer Coil 1 Output +
A6
LT GRN/BLK
1794
Rear Shelf Subwoofer Coil 1 Output -
A7
YEL
1860
Center I/P Midrange Output +
A8
LT BLU
1960
Center I/P Midrange Output -
A9
DK GRN
1795
Rear Shelf Subwoofer Coil 2 Output +
A10
LT BLU/BLK
315
Rear Shelf Subwoofer Coil 2 Output -
A11-A12
--
--
Not Used
B1
DK GRN/WHT
368
Right CD Changer Input
B2
BLK/WHT
372
CD Changer Common
B3
BRN/WHT
367
Left CD Changer Input
B4
LT GRN
1948
Right Audio Input -
B5
LT GRN/BLK
512
Right Audio Input +
B6
DK GRN
1947
Left Audio Input -
B7
TAN
511
Left Audio Input +
B8
DK BLU/WHT
653
Chime Input/Return
B9
PPL/WHT
652
Chime Input +
B10
--
--
Not Used
B11
PPL
1807
Class 2 Serial Data Line
B12
PPL
1807
Class 2 Serial Data Line
Radio Amplifier (UX8) C3

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Connector Part Information
?€¢
12064749


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2 Way F Metri-Pack 480 Series (BLK)

Pin
Wire Color
Circuit No.
Function
A
BLK/WHT
651
Ground
B
RED
1242
Battery Positive Voltage (B+)

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Where can i get an 01 silhouette pcm pinout


PCM pinout diagrams
2001 silverado (Thanks Banker099)

Try this link for page below


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Powertrain Control Module (PCM) C1 (BLU)



Connector Part Information
• PCM Connector C1 Assembly 12191489

• TPA (BLU) 12176408

• Connector Cover 12191108

Pin
Wire Color
Circuit No.
Function

1
BLK/WHT
451
Ground

2
LT GRN
1867
12 Volt Reference

3
PNK/BLK
1746
Fuel Injector 3 Control

4
LT GRN/BLK
1745
Fuel Injector 2 Control

5-10
--
--
Not Used

11
LT BLU
1876
Knock Sensor 2 Signal

12
DK BLU/WHT
1869
CKP Sensor Signal

13
ORN/BLK
463
Requested Torque Signal

14
ORN/BLK
1061
UART Serial Data [Secondary]

15
DRK BLU/WHT
774
UART Serial Data [Tertiary]

16
--
--
Not Used

17
DK BLU
1225
Transmission Fluid Pressure Switch Signal B

18
RED
1226
Transmission Fluid Pressure Switch Signal C

19
PNK
439
Ignition 1 Voltage

20
ORN
440
Battery Positive Voltage

21
YEL
1868
Low Reference

22
--
--
Not Used

23
PPL
719
Low Reference

24
--
--
Not Used

25
TAN
1671
HO2S Low Signal [- Bank 2 Sensor 1]

25
TAN
413
HO2S Low Reference (Denso Sensors) HO2S Low Signal (Delphi Sensors)

26
TAN
1667
HO2S Low Signal [- Bank 2 Sensor 2]

26
TAN
413
HO2S Low Reference (Denso Sensors) HO2S Low Signal (Delphi Sensors)

27
--
--
Not Used

28
TAN/WHT
1669
HO2S Low Signal [- Bank 1 Sensor 2]

28
TAN
413
HO2S Low Reference (Denso Sensors) HO2S Low Signal (Delphi Sensors)

29
TAN/WHT
1653
HO2S Low Signal [- Bank 1 Sensor 1]

29
TAN
413
HO2S Low Reference (Denso Sensors) HO2S Low Signal (Delphi Sensors)

30
LT GRN
1478
Coolant Level Switch Signal

31
--
--
Not Used

32
BLK/WHT
771
Transmission Range Switch Signal A

33
PPL
420
TCC Brake Switch Signal

34
WHT
776
Transmission Range Switch Signal P

35
GRA
48
CPP Switch Signal

36
BLK
1744
Injector 1 Control

37
YEL/BLK
846
Injector 6 Control

38
PNK/WHT
1101
Damping Lift/Dive Signal

39
--
--
Not Used

40
BLK/WHT
451
Ground

41
BLK
407
Low Reference

41
GRA
720
Low Reference (w/o Delphi HO2S)

42
--
--
Not Used

43
RED/BLK
877
Fuel Injector 7 Control

44
LT BLU/BLK
844
Fuel Injector 4 Control

45
GRA
474
5 Volt Reference (FTP Sensor)

46
GRY
474
5 Volt Reference (TPS Sensor)

47
GRY
597
5 Volt Reference (MAP Sensor)

48
GRA
596
5 Volt Reference (EGR Sensor)

49 50
--
--
Not Used

51
DK BLU
496
KS [1] Signal

52
--
--
Not Used

53
BLK
470
Low Reference

54
BLK
452
Low Reference

55
BRN
1456
EGR Valve Position Signal

56
--
--
Not Used

57
ORN
440
Battery Positive Voltage

58
DK GRN
1049
ECM/PCM/VCM Class 2 Serial Data

59
YEL
710
Class 2 Serial Data

60
ORN/BLK
469
Low Reference

61
PNK/BLK
632
Low Reference

62
--
--
Not Used

63
GRA
720
Low Reference

63
TAN
413
HO2S Low Reference (Denso Sensors) HO2S Low Signal (Delphi Sensors)

64
--
--
Not Used

65
PPL
1670
HO2S High Signal [- Bank 2 Sensor 2]

66
PPL
1666
HO2S High Signal [- Bank 2 Sensor 1]

67
--
--
Not Used

68
PPL/WHT
1668
HO2S High Signal [- Bank 1 Sensor 2]

69
PPL/WHT
1665
HO2S High Signal [- Bank 1 Sensor 1]

70
BRN
1174
Oil Level Switch Signal

71
--
--
Not Used

72
YEL
772
Transmission Range Switch Signal B

73
BRN/WHT
633
CMP Sensor Signal

74
YEL
410
ECT Sensor Signal

75
PNK
1020
Off/Run/Crank Voltage

76
BLK/WHT
845
Fuel Injector 5 Control

77
DK BLU/WHT
878
Fuel Injector 8 Control

78
--
--
Not Used

79
WHT
687
3-2 Shift Solenoid Valve Control

80
ORN/BLK
510
Low Reference
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Is there a o2 senser fuse in fuse box if my 97 mazda protege


Has the sensor 4 wires, if yes it has a fuse. The two white wires are for a heater, use a volt meter, should get 12volts across these wires, black wire is an earth and the grey wire is the sensor. If the heater is not working (fuse blown) it will give that code. I have had this fault on a Seat, changed both sensors (180 pounds), then found a broken wire on the back of the fuse box?????????

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How do you test the transmission range selector switch


The Transmission Range Sensor in your car is digital so I recommend using a scan tool that displays sensor feedback data. Alternatively if you have an low impedance automotive rated multimeter you can back-probe the wires at the sensor connector and test for voltage.

The following specifications are based on a review of the wiring diagram for the TR sensor. I cannot guarantee the accuracy of this procedure, as there are other sensors that are related to this circuit.

With the key on you should get 12V, or 5V at the GRY/RED wire. With they key on and in park you should get voltage at all wire terminals. Key on in reverse you should get voltage at LT BLU/BLK, and YEL/BLK. Key on in neutral you should get voltage at WHT/BLK, and YEL/BLK. Key on in 2 you should have voltage at RED/BLK, and LT BLU/BLK. Key on in 1 you should have voltage at RED/BLK, and WHT/BLK.

Jan 18, 2011 | 2001 Ford Taurus

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1999 Protege, need to reset internal comp.


there are more then 1 o2 sensor find out if is a upstream or downstream sensor before installing remove the battery cable this will reset the computer

Mar 03, 2010 | 1999 Mazda Protege

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Obd2 code p0300 on mazda protege 2002


Just had one of these with a maxima, the code is multiple random misfire, when a misfire occurs, to start is do the basics, replace the plugs, check fuel pressure, clean throttle body, and coolant is topped up. also I have seen if the O2 sensor is not working correctly is can cause a misfire, you will need a scan tool to look at what the O2 sensor is doing, o rby back probing the sensor (don't damage the O2 sensor wires). If it wires replace them as well, if it has coils they usually dont give that code if one fails, it will pinpoint that a certain coil if one fals.

Oct 02, 2009 | 2002 Mazda Protege

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Where is the O2 sensor located in a 2003 Mazda Protege 5? The schematic that I pulled shows 2 in the engine and none by the exhaust.


Should have one located in the exhaust manifold, or soon after, then one in the catalytic converter, or soon after.

Jun 09, 2009 | 2000 Mazda Protege

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Need help with 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe Audio Wiring


Sounds like you need a light tester. I would guess that at least 8 of the wires are speaker + & - the others will be Main power and earth Possibly electric ariel, Memory store and a wire for the anti theft circuit. Assuming the stereo is factory. Any Audio shop can perform a test to clarify the purpose of the wires Wouldnt worry about the blank its probably a position for a newer or different model to yours. Steve in the UK

May 13, 2009 | 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe

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How to replace knock senor switch on 2002 mazda protege 5



Removal & Installation

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the intake manifold.
  3. Disconnect the sensor connector.
  4. Remove the sensor from the engine block.
  5. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.

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  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the intake manifold bracket.
  3. Disconnect the sensor connector.
  4. Remove the sensor from the engine block using special tool 49H018001 or equivalent.
  5. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.

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