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    NA ignition cylinder wiring

    Hey All,

    I am looking for this piece in the pic of an NA ignition cylinder. I am unsure what the wiring is, but I need one.
    ANYONE know what it is? I am thinking for the "key buzzer", but I am not 100% sure. But I need a Mazda part number or a used one in great condition.

    Thanks.
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    Factory Service Manual has exploded views and part numbers.

    http://mazdaroadster.net/showthread....955#post203955

    Then maybe this?

    http://www.mellens.net/mazda/mazda_m...supplement.pdf

    Page 6? Under "COLUMN", part #4?


    4 Lock Assy,
    IgnitionMan Trans
    90-94 NA01-76-290F
    95 NA75-76-290C
    96-97 NA75-76-290C

    OR part number 5:

    5 Switch, Ignition
    D001-66-151A

    But, I dunno what year your car is, but you can go back to the first link above and look through the detailed wiring diagrams and find what you need.

    Good luck!

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    Thanks for the help. The part numbers listed are for either the electric switch (which I have a new OEM of), or the complete ignition lock cylinder. I have a complete M2 lock set which I want to swap in, but it is missing the black/red wired solenoid part. I could possibly swap my original in, but the white plastic end looks yellowed and brittle on mine. Darn 24 yr old part!

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    Did the M2 have a start switch on the dash or via key only? Regardless, the wiring diagrams will tell you what the wires you have should be for and the ones you don't.

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    It is a key only set. I bought the USDM electrical switch to put in. I was hesitant to use the JDM switch that came with it in case it may be wired differently, as it would greatly suck if I plugged it in and fried my ignition harness. The M2 set does not have the wiring that I am in looking for attached, but it does have the location for it. I am assuming that it is simply missing from the M2 ignition set.

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