\ EFI Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor Connector
EFI Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor Connector
Last Updated: Feb 24, 2015
This is for a 1992 Mazda B2600i, but should apply to any EFI B-Series. I noticed my connection to the MAF was intermittent, would notice the engine run poorly if I just moved the wires coming in to the MAF plug. After looking around extensively and even ordering the wrong plug the first time, I finally came upon this: [url=:1sh1h95m]Bosch 6 Pole Connector Repair Kit (Bosch Part Number 1928402603, in case the Amazon link goes dead in the future)
You will need a set of ECU Pin Terminal Wire Crimpers, similar to this tool: [url=:1sh1h95m]Delphi Packard Five-cavity Wide-range Crimping Tool 22-12 AWG / 24-14 AWG
The holes in the back of the connector are wide enough that you don't need to do a super precise job of crimping like you do to repin an ECU, so overall the install was easy. And it's super nice having the quick disconnect plug now instead of that aggravating pry-with-screwdriver style connector from the 80s.
Created By: moonlitmechanic
EXCELLANT post!!! Nice find! That should help some guys here... You mind if I report this elsewhere?
Please spread the word, want to spread my knowledge knowing how difficult it can be to find parts for this fairly uncommon engine.
Nice. Hey, if you want that proper brackets to hold your MAF let me know, I have some. Dan