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Heads Up Display for OBD II Vehicles   (Technical Discussion & Questions - by fireboss, started: 04-28-2014, last post: 2014-04-29 05:47:57 CEST)
Has anyone ever tried something like these?Be pretty nice with G1 dashes
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~Dual Heads Up Display (HUD) by ~Mister~   (The Construction Zone - by Mister, started: 04-01-2007, last post: 2013-08-30 22:45:27 CEST)
Intro... Every project start with a good idea, and some PFF research Search Heads up display as subject on PFF Search HUD as subject on PFFCredit is given where credit is due This is not an original idea (what is?) there are a few HUD setups on Fieros out there,On this setup Iíve combined a...
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Heads Up Display   (The Mall - by hnthomps, started: 10-19-2016, last post: 2016-10-19 16:31:39 CEST)
https://www.groupon.com/dea...tem-with-speedometerIf you have an OBD II system and are interested in a HUD, this may be interesting. I have not tried it myself but it may be a relatively inexpensive way to add this to a Fiero with the appropriate control system type.Nelson
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For Sale- Heads Up Display   (The Mall - by darbysan, started: 06-01-2016, last post: 2016-06-05 19:56:17 CEST)
I pulled the Heads Up Display unit from my 2000 Grand Prix donor. I have the dimmer switch as well. Tested and worked when pulled. Includes all the wiring connectors and pigtail for custom wiring. $65 ( OBO) shipped to lower 48 states. For shipment outside the area, contact me. Also, parting...
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heads up display installation   (Archive: TD&Q - by tpeerson, started: 11-07-2001, last post: 2002-03-19 10:54:41 CET)
Anyone have any tips on installing a heads up display (from a 96 Bonneville SSEi) in a Fiero. I know there are a couple people here who have done it. Any info would be much appreciated.[This message has been edited by tpeerson (edited 11-14-2001).][This message has been edited by tpeerson (edited...
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Heads Up Display Install   (Archive: TD&Q - by PaulJK, started: 04-08-2006, last post: 2006-08-11 13:07:18 CEST)
After seeing the recent thread on this subject using the Pontiac HUD, I wanted to do an install. BUT, it looked like it was gona be more wiring I really didn't feel like figuring out, so I started looking to see what was on eBay. I found this universal kit and the clincher was IT WAS RED ...
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heads up display   (Archive: TD&Q - by yellow fever, started: 10-27-2006, last post: 2007-03-15 11:28:38 CET)
Has anyone tried wiring a heads up display. Will it work.
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Heads Up Display   (Archive: TD&Q - by Firefighter, started: 02-02-2006, last post: 2006-08-11 13:09:51 CEST)
Although not a great photo, here is my HUD. The photo taken through the front windshield shows a three digit projection unit, I guess I can actually go 999 mph in my Fiero? In the forefront, at the front edge of the speaker cover is a small blackened piece of glass, 1 1/4" x 1/2". the projection...
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89 GPrix Heads up Display in a Fiero   (Archive: TD&Q - by Mike Murphy, started: 09-21-2006, last post: 2007-03-15 11:29:49 CET)
Who has done it? How did you do it? Do you need to be a rocket scientist?I've got the unit out of an 89-90 GP Turbo I would like to use.
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Heads Up display? Grafting in 94 Bonny parts.   (Archive: TD&Q - by Greg-W, started: 10-12-2007, last post: 2009-02-19 10:44:42 CET)
I picked up a 94 Bonny to use as a 3800SC donor. I noticed the car has some neat gadgets including a speedometer that refects off the windshield. Has anyone ever tried grafting such parts into their Fiero?
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