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Question Need Wiring diagram for the MAF/IAT 6 pin connector!!!

can anyone tell me the location of the 12volt and the IAT signal wires on the 6 pin MAF connector?? or does anyone know of a link to where i can find a diagram for that plug?? any help asap would be very helpful!! thanks
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did you cut them ?? Ummm....would it be in a haynes manual? Or try searching for a ford wiring diagram for your car.

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no i didnt cut them... id be able to fix them if that was the case since they are color cordinated lol!! but im installing something that i need to know which wires they are!! so any help on maybe how i can find out which ones are which or diagrams would be great!!!

oh and yeah i have the haynes manual but the IAT sensor they explain about in it is for like 1998 and older mustangs!! the haynes book i have says its thru like 1994-2002 or something but the motor is totally different in my car then the one the show diagrams and everything for in the book!!!
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see my comment in your other thread.

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Yeah dashnizit, please don't install one of those crappy resistor's sold on Ebay. It will hurt your car in the long run.....

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ok Here you go, good luck .
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Where did this picture come from?
Can you find those for the 4.6 liter 32v too?
Or are they the same...
(2004 MACH1 in particular)

Does that send back a pulsed signal or
a straight variable voltage? The MAF return wire...
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can anyone tell me the location of the 12volt and the IAT signal wires on the 6 pin MAF connector?? or does anyone know of a link to where i can find a diagram for that plug?? any help asap would be very helpful!! thanks
Indeed, if this is for one of those 30-50 dollor so called performance chips that have 2-4 wires on a little tiny black unit the size of a match pack DO NOT INSTALL IT!

All it does is fake out one of the sensor readings to make the car run rich and use more gas than it is supposed to. Additionally, it makes it so that your car cannot self adjust its tuning for different temperatures outside.

The car runs differently in really hot weather and really cold weather, this mod will break the computer to where it cannot adjust for these differences.

DONT DO IT. It could cost you a motor! Depending on the resistor used, it could also cause you to FAIL emissions/smog testing.

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MasterX, this thread is over 6 years old. I doubt the OP waited over 6 years for your post!

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the post prior to mine bumped it up, i didnt see the original post date.....

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