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Need wiring harness for 1993 626 with 2.0/5 speed manual

Mazda says there are no longer available...what can I do. Have been trying to find used. Will the Ford Probe version work???? Help please.

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Wheel speed sensors on 2003 Chevrolet impala being replaced multiple times. need updated information from gm.


Subject: Intermittent/Constant ABS MIL Illuminated (Replace Both Front Wheel Speed Harnesses) #03-05-25-008 - (10/01/2003) Models: 2001-03 Buick Century, Regal
2001-03 Chevrolet Impala, Monte Carlo
2001-02 Oldsmobile Intrigue
2001-04 Pontiac Grand Prix

Condition

Some customers may comment on an intermittent or constant ABS malfunction indicator light.

Cause

The front wheel speed sensor harness may wear or come into contact with the tie rod end stud. Additionally, the harness may, in some instances, loop over the tie rod stud. In this case, the wheel speed sensor should be examined for damage.

Correction

Replace original wheel speed sensor harnesses by splicing in revised wheel speed sensor harnesses. The new design harnesses are of a different length and have revised retention clip locations. Use the following procedure to replace the harnesses.
  1. Raise and suitably support the vehicle on a hoist.
  2. Disconnect the left wheel speed sensor harness from the sensor/bearing assembly.
  3. Remove the harness retainers from the lower control arm.
  4. Follow the harness back to the point where the harness enters the larger engine harness conduit.
  5. Cut the electrical tape and open the conduit. Select a location where the splice will be within the engine harness conduit. Cut the original harness off.
  6. Using GM/Packard Seal and Crimp Connectors, splice the two wires from the new harness to the old. Specific instructions for use of the Seal and Crimp Connectors are printed on the inside of the cardboard overleaf sealing the bag in which the harness is shipped. If Seal and Crimp Connectors are not available, you may use the crimp and solder type included with the harness kit.
  7. Retape the conduit closed making sure to create an effective seal against road splash.
  8. Route the replacement harness following the same path as the original. Fully seat the 4 retainers into the control arm.
  9. Caution!In the next step you will be required to measure the distance between the last retaining clip in the control arm and the end of the electrical plug that connects to the wheel speed sensor. Failure to properly perform this measurement and suitably adjust the harness may result in entanglement or infringement on the tie rod stud.
  10. Hold the end of the new electrical harness and stretch it firmly. Due to manufacturing tolerances, you will need to measure from the end of the plug (that attaches to the wheel speed sensor) to the rear edge of the first retaining clip. This distance must not exceed 24.7 cm (9.75 in). If the distance is equal to or greater than 24.7 cm (9.75 in), you must move the retaining clip to allow more slack at the control arm and less between the wheel speed sensor and the retainer. Repeat the measurement until properly adjusted.
  11. Disconnect the right wheel speed sensor harness from the sensor/bearing assembly.
  12. Remove the harness retainers from the lower control arm.
  13. Follow the harness back to the point where the harness enters the larger conduit.
  14. Cut the electrical tape and open the conduit. Select a location where the splice will be within the larger harness conduit. Cut the original harness off.
  15. Using GM/Packard Seal and Crimp Connectors, splice the two wires from the new harness to the old. Specific instructions for use of the Seal and Crimp Connectors are printed on the inside of the cardboard overleaf sealing the bag in which the harness is shipped. If Seal and Crimp Connectors are not available, you may use the crimp and solder type included with the harness kit.
  16. Retape the conduit closed making sure to create an effective seal against road splash.
  17. Route the replacement harness following the same path as the original. Fully seat the 4 retainers into the control arm.
  18. Caution!In the next step you will be required to measure the distance between the last retaining clip in the control arm and the end of the electrical plug that connects to the wheel speed sensor. Failure to properly perform this measurement and suitably adjust the harness may result in entanglement or infringement on the tie rod stud.
  19. Hold the end of the new electrical harness and stretch it firmly. Due to manufacturing tolerances, you will need to measure from the end of the plug (that attaches to the wheel speed sensor) to the rear edge of the first retaining clip. This distance must not exceed 24.7 cm (9.75 in). If the distance is equal to or greater than 24.7 cm (9.75 in), you must move the retaining clip to allow more slack at the control arm and less between the wheel speed sensor and the retainer. Repeat the measurement until properly adjusted.

Parts Information

Part Number Description 10340313 ABS Jumper Harness (01-03 Impala, Monte Carlo) -- Right 10340314 ABS Jumper Harness (01-03 Impala, Monte Carlo)-Left 10340315 ABS Jumper Harness (01-04 Grand Prix, 01-02 Intrigue)-Right 10340317 ABS Jumper Harness (01-04 Grand Prix, 01-02 Intrigue)-Left 10340318 ABS Jumper Harness (01-03 Regal, Century)-Right 10340316 ABS Jumper Harness (01-03 Regal, Century)-Left 12089189 Crimp N' Seal Double End Connectors (x4) Parts are currently available from GMSPO.

Warranty Information

For vehicles repaired under warranty, use:
Labor Operation Description Labor Time N6600 Wiring and/or Connector - Brake System/Traction Control - Repair or Replace 0.5 hr GM bulletins are intended for use by professional technicians, NOT a "do-it-yourselfer". They are written to inform these technicians of conditions that may occur on some vehicles, or to provide information that could assist in the proper service of a vehicle. Properly trained technicians have the equipment, tools, safety instructions, and know-how to do a job properly and safely. If a condition is described, DO NOT assume that the bulletin applies to your vehicle, or that your vehicle will have that condition. See your GM dealer for information on whether your vehicle may benefit from the information. WE SUPPORT VOLUNTARY TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATION © Copyright General Motors Corporation
This is a service bulletin that I found, I don't know if this is what you need?

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Replacement Of main fuse on 2009 mazda 3.....how to do? Is is part of wiring harness?


The Japanese tended to use fusible links rather than main fuses. I don't know if they continued the use as late as 2009 but if so you will find two or three (probably) short sections of extra flexible wire situated close to the battery. These are fusible links and yes they are part of the wiring harness but are available separately, I believe, to be grafted in.

I have infrequently needed to do something with these and have fitted a large inline fuse holder and suitable fuse.

I suggest you begin by reading the owner's handbook supplied with your car. It should give useful information about such details.

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What part do i need for my 1987 mazda rx7?? i can't change the direction of the air by using the dashboard buttons....they no longer work


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if you have a good mazda wreckers they may still be available but as they are solid wire in a case , any solid cable can be cut and bent to do the job

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The wire harness going from car to the door usually have broken wires from opening and closeing. try to open the window with dorr open and the grab the harness and move it around to see if the window works for a second to see if there is a bad wire . If not open the harness and manually check for a bad wire or 2.

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Speed Sensor probably. Try:
1. Ensure mainshaft and countershaft speed sensors are installed properly. Disconnect mainshaft speed sensor harness connector. Using a DVOM, measure resistance between sensor terminals.

2. If resistance is not 400-600 ohms, replace mainshaft speed sensor. If resistance is 400-600 ohms, disconnect 25-pin PCM harness connector "B". Check for continuity between ground and 25-pin PCM harness connector "B", terminals No. 15 (Red wire) and No. 14 (White wire).

3. If continuity is present, repair short to ground in Red or White wire between PCM and mainshaft speed sensor. If continuity is not present, reconnect mainshaft speed sensor harness connector. Measure resistance between 25-pin PCM harness connector "B", terminals No. 15 (Red wire) and No. 14 (White wire).

4. If resistance is not 400-600 ohms, go to next step. If resistance is 400-600 ohms, go to DTC
P0720 (FLASH CODE 9) . Check for loose PCM harness connectors. Replace PCM with a
known-good unit if necessary.

5. Disconnect mainshaft speed sensor harness connector. Check Red wire for continuity between 25-pin PCM harness connector "B", terminal No. 15 and mainshaft speed sensor harness connector. If continuity is present, go to next step. If continuity is not present, repair open in Red wire between 25-pin PCM harness connector and mainshaft speed sensor
harness connector.

6. Check White wire for continuity between 25-pin PCM harness connector "B", terminal No. 14 and mainshaft speed sensor harness connector. If continuity is present, check for loose PCM harness connectors. Replace PCM with a known-good unit if necessary. If continuity is not present, repair open in White wire between 25-pin PCM harness connector and mainshaft speed sensor harness connector.

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Can't lock mazda 626. tried fob and manual key. each time it switches to unlock ?


Did you try locking it to see if it could possibly have a reverse effect. Or if theres a short in the wireing harness

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Can bad hub bearings make the abs and tc light to come on in a 2003 gmc yukon


Absolutely YES! The bearing and hub assembly contains the wheel speed sensor which is used by the Antilock Brake System (ABS) and the Traction Control (TC) system to see when a wheel is trying to lock up and cause skidding. The ABS will release the hydraulic pressure to the brake on that wheel and the traction control will reduce engine speed to prevent the wheel from locking up or causing you to spin out.
Many GM vehicles also commonly have problems with the wiring harnesses to the wheel speed sensors that can cause this same problem. The computer does not know WHY it cannot read the speed sensor signal. It only knows that it is not getting the signal and this is why the light is turned on. Before paying the BIG BUCKS for a wheel bearing and hub assembly, it would be wise to make absolutely certain that the problem is not being caused by a fault in the wiring harness. I have seen many mechanics automatically replace the wheel bearing only to find out that the problem still exists because they did not take the time to DIAGNOSE the problem. The fault code description says "Wheel Speed Sensor CIRCUIT fault." They see "speed sensor and automatically replace the sensor without actually checking the circuit. Not a problem unless you are the customer having to PAY for this type of guess-work!!!

There are wiring harness repair kits available for MOST GM vehicles just for this purpose.

I have included pictures of the bearing and hub assembly and the wiring harness kit to help you understand what we are talking about here.

Note the electrical connector sticking out of the hub assembly. This is the wires to the speed sensor. In the other picture, the connector at the end of the wiring harness is what plugs into the connector in the hub assembly. The other end of it gets spliced into the main vehicle harness in the engine compartment, after cutting the original harness out.

WHEEL BEARING AND HUB ASSEMBLY



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They may not need to be replaced but they need to be repaired. Somewhere under there in that wire harness you have a power wire that has a bare spot chafed in the insulation. You'll have to unwrap that bundle, the one you jiggle, and check each wire carefully for a bare spot. Start with any wire that is red,pink, orange; those are the normal power wire colors, but don't stop if you find one. There could be more than one. Just tape over the bare spots, you don't necessarily need to replace them. If the wire harness has beeen rubbing on a piece of the car try to reposition it so this doesn't happen again. Zip ties work good for this. Hope this helps.

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you need the original black plastic key that came with the car lock all doors and make sure anything that opens is closed. then unlock the car on the driver door with the key. If you lost the key look in the owners manual hopefully the code on the key is written in there and then go get a new key made at a mazda dealer. Hopefully this helps. Maybe you can help me i need to replace my wiring harness and i dont know where the clear 4 prong plug is located under the dash on the main harness. i already unplugged the two orange ones and the two from the computer i just cant find the lear 4 prong one.

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