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.
1. 7mm driver
2. 5mm driver
3. 10mm driver
4. Torx driver,for interior screws
Removing the Gauge Pod
1. Remove the switch plates and disconnect any wiring.
2. Remove the lower steering column shroud, as well as the two screws for the upper gauge shroud. The picture shows one side of the shroud, remove duplicate screws on the right side.
3. Remove the screws holding the upper gauge cover on.
4. Remove the upper screws holding the gauge pod in place. On my Formula, these were 10mm bolts (shown), on the 84 these were normal 7mm screws.
5. Remove the lower screws holding the gauge pod in place. On my Formula, these were 10mm bolts (shown), on the 84 these were normal 7mm screws.
6. Pull the gauge pod out slightly and remove the three connectors from the back, two smaller on the left and one larger on the right. Also disconnect any wire retainers and free all wires from the pod.
7. You can now pull the pod out of the car.
Accesssing the Gauges
1. Remove the 3 Torx screws holding the faceplate on.
2. Remove the two front screws securing the gauge housing.
3. Remove the two rear screws securing the gauge housing.
4. Carefully remove the gauge housing up and out the back of the pod, it will tend to catch right near the top.
5. Remove the screws holding the clear plastic faceplate and the black surround in place.
6. Lift off the clear plastic and black metal surround. The metal may seem to be secured or adhered, but is likely just caught on the plastic. Carefully pop it up.