Chime Mods

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Blue Dingy Thingy

Blue Dingy Thingy

I do not recommend people discard the chime box. Doing this has come back to haunt people. While you may be a careful driver, other people often aren’t. With the exception of the seat belt chime, which I find insulting as well as annoying, I recommend all other functions . . . → Read More: Blue Dingy Thingy

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Gen. 1 to Gen. 2 Headlight Swap

By Cliff Pennock at

http://www.fiero.nl

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Gen. 1 to Gen. 2 Headlight Swap

Not so long ago my left headlight failed to pop up. The headlight motor had been rebuild a few years before (or that is what the garage claimed they did) and at first I was planning to . . . → Read More: Gen. 1 to Gen. 2 Headlight Swap

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How To – Access The Fiero Gauges / Disassemble Gauge Pod

This article covers the process of getting the Fiero gauges out of the car. In doing so I removed the entire gauge pod from the vehicle, for ease of access to prevent damaging any components.

Tools:

1. 7mm driver

2. 5mm driver

3. 10mm driver

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