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Old 01-04-19, 08:10 PM
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Help me identify these brackets and where they go

Finishing up putting an S4 n/a rx7 back together and having trouble remembering a few things.

First two pics, where does that circled wire bracket attach?

Next 3 pics, where do they go lol? I'm guessing the first one attaches to the starter so the wire bracket can attach?

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first two go together, little gold color bracket goes on bellhousing bolt, wiring harness attaches to it.

not sure about that other one, a wiring harness will go through it. usually Mazda will have a little white piece of tape where a clip or bracket will go, so you'd be looking for that.
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Awesome! Thanks for your help. Got one more for you. Any ideas?


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Drivers side intercooler bracket. Bolts down on bracket with hoist point
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Perfect. Must be a left over from the Turbo II I used to have.

What is the correct orientation for the starter mount bracket? It seems like it could go either way: bolt hole higher, tab lower; or bolt hole lower tab higher?
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Perfect. Must be a left over from the Turbo II I used to have.

What is the correct orientation for the starter mount bracket? It seems like it could go either way: bolt hole higher, tab lower; or bolt hole lower tab higher?
when you tighten the bolt the little tang will keep it from rotating, so you'll have to try it
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Ah. In that case it would have to be tab lower then so it sits against the block as tab higher would cause it to rotate when turned clockwise.

Thanks again.

Also, I couldn't ever find where the wiring harness mount goes so if anyone seeing this knows, feel free to chime in. Will update if I ever find it.
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Figured it out. It goes on the the Upper Intake Manifold, circled in red

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