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Old 11-04-16, 12:36 PM
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micro tech lt10 need info on wiring diagrams

I have a 89 vert that has no existing harness and a lt10 edu in the glove box half wired in to the injectors and a few gauges I need help figuring out what goes where and how to wire it in there is no harness in the car it is chopped up and in a basket got the car this way I'm trying to bring her some life again I guessshewas in rotory mag once long ago and I'd like to bring it back to its former glory and then race it the interior is stripped has no ignition or anything electrical so I need a full wire digram on the car aswell
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Well, let's start with the wiring diagram of the car.

The Factory Service Manuals for all years of RX-7 (and many other rotary cars) can be downloaded for free here: Foxed.ca - Mazda RX-7 Manuals . They contain all common service information and more, and are an essential tool for any sort of service work that needs to be performed on these cars.

Additionally, the Haynes service manual for the 1986 thru 1991 RX-7 (both turbo and NA) can be found at most local auto parts stores or purchased from any good bookstore (ISBN number 1 56392 007 7). It is only about $25 and is a great quick reference for things like this. Not only does it contain most of the information in the FSM condensed into an easy to read format, but it includes full wiring diagrams as well.

These manuals will answer 99% of service related questions for the car and if you intend to do your own repair work, you will need at least one of them. Preferably both, since the FSM is a free download. The Haynes is a good quick reference covering 99% of questions, while the FSMs show complete and detailed procedures.

Now the wiring diagram of the Microtech can be found on the website:
http://microtechefi.com/wiring-diagrams/

If you aren't married to the Microtech, I'd suggest selling it and getting a better ECU like the Haltech.
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