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dherr
dherr HalfDork
1/27/20 11:18 a.m.

Starting to part out my  1994 M-Edition Miata. Will have all the hard parts available, I needed the dash for my other project, but the drive train and Torsen rear end are all available. Car had ABS, good wiring harness and ECU. Not sure of the condition of the engine, will do a compression test soon. Torsen will be sold at market price (minus a GRM discount), the rest of the parts will be cheap. Let me know what you need. I do have one set of m-edition tan leather seats available, do need new covers as the leather is cracked or missing in a few spots.

 

NOHOME
NOHOME MegaDork
1/27/20 11:34 a.m.

Have a spare oil pressure sender?

The other thing I am looking for is the one-way valve for the brake booster. Its not on the Miata booster like most cars, so not sure what it entails?

 

Pete

dherr
dherr HalfDork
1/27/20 12:19 p.m.

Should have both of those on the car, I'll look tonight and get back to you.

Stampie
Stampie GRM+ Memberand UltimaDork
1/27/20 6:13 p.m.

Is this the year that gives you true oil pressure?  IIRC there 94 coils are one year only and worth significantly more. 

dherr
dherr HalfDork
1/27/20 6:37 p.m.

1990-1993 had the real oil pressure gauges and sending unit, 94 is when the removed the numbers and made it an idiot light with a needle :-)

Yes, the 94 coil packs are unique, 4 pins instead of three.

NOHOME
NOHOME MegaDork
1/28/20 10:47 a.m.

In reply to dherr :

add a temp sender to the list of things I need. The ford one I have now reads about 3/4 range on the gauge for 190 degrees.

 

I know that the 1994 wont be accurate for the numbered gauge that I have, but it will give me a reference point and I cant afford the one for the early cars.

 

Send a pm if you have not already.

 

Pete

 

dherr
dherr HalfDork
1/28/20 12:40 p.m.
NOHOME said:

Have a spare oil pressure sender?

The other thing I am looking for is the one-way valve for the brake booster. Its not on the Miata booster like most cars, so not sure what it entails?

 

Pete

Hi Pete, looks like the check valve is part of the hose assembly, See the picture below. The oil pressure sender is on the engine, but keep in mind this is the 1994 1.8 engine, so it is more of an on/off switch to the gauge and not a true pressure reading like the earlier cars. Temperture sender is also on the car, so I can pull all three and send them to you. Make me an offer and I'll get them out to you on Monday. For the hose, people on the miata boards also recommend using standard hose and an RX8 check valve as an alternative to an old hose such as what I have on the car, but you welcome to it.

johndej
johndej HalfDork
1/28/20 5:09 p.m.

Are you able to get to the airbag sensor under the dash? I believe those are 94 specific and my brother needs one for inspection by April.

dherr
dherr HalfDork
1/28/20 8:42 p.m.

In reply to johndej :

Yes, you are talking about the center sensor at the top of the dash? I do have it, just finished pulling all the AC out tonight, so easy access to it. I'll post a picture to make sure it is the right one, what is it work to you? Let me know a shipping address and PM me, you can pay me via paypal. Can ship cheaply via USPS.

johndej
johndej HalfDork
1/28/20 8:43 p.m.

Awesome, will pm you now....(edit)

Should be the blue box under the dash part number GA2A-67-7 F0A

Looks like it bounced back your email. Feel free to message me at my username @yahoo.com

Thanks!

bmw88rider
bmw88rider GRM+ Memberand UltraDork
1/30/20 5:24 p.m.

ohhh...I need the wiring harness from the ECU to the 3 plugs behind the blower motor for my 94 M. It is tagged NA80-67-110E if the tag is still attached. 

 Michael.l.booth at gmail dot com

 

Shipping to 80919

dherr
dherr HalfDork
1/30/20 9:18 p.m.

Hey Michael, just checked it tonight, my car has ABS so the ECU to the blower harness is tagged NB40-67-110B, guessing that won't work as the ABS computer is right next to the main ECU and part of the harness. Can send you pictures if that helps

 

Claff
Claff Reader
1/30/20 9:20 p.m.

Location?

Interested in Torsen/driveshaft/axles

dherr
dherr HalfDork
1/30/20 9:27 p.m.

Frederick, Md, so we can make this work. I'll it all pulled this weekend and can send pictures

Claff
Claff Reader
1/30/20 9:43 p.m.

PM'd, I think

moxnix
moxnix HalfDork
1/31/20 5:00 a.m.

94 should have a real oil pressure gauge.  95 is when they removed it. I don't remember if it is the same part as 90-93 or not.

bmw88rider
bmw88rider GRM+ Memberand UltraDork
1/31/20 11:25 a.m.

In reply to dherr :

Dang. Thanks for checking. That stupid thing is rarer than hen's teeth.

dherr
dherr HalfDork
2/5/20 3:59 p.m.

Turns out the car in the picture is actually an 1996 M-Edition, it that helps anyone. Found out when I finally ran the VIN when a part did not match the 1994 models.

dherr
dherr HalfDork
2/9/20 6:35 p.m.
Claff said:

Location?

Interested in Torsen/driveshaft/axles

Torsen Diff, axles and driveshaft are sold, thanks Alan!

dherr
dherr HalfDork
2/11/20 12:30 p.m.

I will be pulling the remaining parts out over the next week then having the carcass hauled away (Front subframe is okay, but suspension arms are rusty, the rear subframe and suspension is way too rusty to use. I'll have a list and pictures once I am done but  will list here first at GRM pricing and then up on Ebay at higher prices. I'll have a complete 1996 wiring harness complete with ECU for a loaded M-Edition with ABS. I'll have window motors/regulators (both sides), fuel pump assembly, Master cylinder and ABS controller, M-Edition tan leather seats, , power antenna, both steering wheel/air bag, and passenger air bags, steering column, turn signal assembly and many other small parts.

chief8one
chief8one Reader
2/18/20 12:50 a.m.

I'm in need of the fuel pump relay. Its located under the dash near the steering column.  Also if the gauge hood is in good shape I could use one of those as well. Do you have an extra CAS laying around?  Located near Columbus, ohio.

 

dherr
dherr HalfDork
2/18/20 8:14 a.m.

I should have the fuel pump relay, I'll pull it over lunch. I'll check on the other parts.

dculberson
dculberson MegaDork
2/18/20 8:17 a.m.

In reply to dherr :

I had fun learning how to pull the windshield from my C300 part-out. The harbor freight tool kit was cheap, it took less than a half hour of my time, and I sold it to someone local for $75. Is your windshield good? You might think about trying to pull it. Knowing how to take out a windshield might come in handy some day, and if you do break it you're not out anything.

This is the tool kit I used: https://www.harborfreight.com/professional-windshield-removal-kit-96339.html

dherr
dherr HalfDork
2/18/20 8:59 a.m.

Yup, bought it on Sunday, broke the windshield on the corner a few hours later :-)

I was very careful, but it is hard to remove a brittle 24 year old windshield in the cold weather. I had it in the garage with the heat on and used a hair dryer to try to soften it up, but still cracked the corner. At least I understand the process and have the tools for the the future.

dculberson
dculberson MegaDork
2/18/20 9:00 a.m.

In reply to dherr :

DANG! Well you tried. I broke my mr2 spyder part-out's windshield by prying on the wiper arm trying to remove it. In contrast the C300 windshield seemed bulletproof. You never can tell.

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