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- NB soft top on NA
replacing the old soft top with a second generation top
on Wednesday 17 September 2003
by bjoern author list
in car articles > Mazda Miata M-Edition (2002-present)
comments: 0

A glass window with defroster and no zipper is what the softtop off of an NB Miata offers!

The installation of a 2001 NB top on the NA is a straightforward plug-n-play install. All you need except the top is a defroster relay for the plug in the trunk (next to licence plate)...

and the dash-switch for the defroster:

Since the NA and NB defroster plugs are not compatible, I had to cut the NA plug off. Luckily, the wires come in three different thicknesses - all I had to do is to solder the thikest to the thickest, middle to middle and thin to thin for the defroster to work.

Now I have a glass window, with no zipper and a defroster. I love it!

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