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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    That's what I put on mine last year. Forgot to record the info.
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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    Locking gas cap.
    Might be Stant or Robertshaw brand
    #10589 or G-789

    Confirmed, these fit.
    Last edited by Johnny; 10-09-2014 at 01:42 PM.
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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    Better lighting options for the brake light.

    Philips (12899RX2) Red P21/5W LED Exterior Bulb - in place of the 1157 rear bulb

    You will need to use this flasher.....

    Tridon EL12 Flasher

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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    FYI, Looks like the "DD" prefix for the A/C parts on the list is for Danhard Inc. http://www.danhard.com/
    They still use some of the same part numbers AND they still sell the stuff!!


    I had my accelerator pedal break a couple of days ago. The parts list only specifies GM pedal w/ extras.
    It's a Fiero pedal and "the Fiero store" sells them with the spring for $6 Part # 50160 ACCEL
    Last edited by player1up; 04-22-2015 at 11:09 AM.

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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    REAR of car tie rod ends.
    The inner is ES2133L, got one at AutoZone for $9.99. It fits a 1984 Mazda GLC.
    The outer tie rod looks to be the same as a late 80's Daytona, etc....but have not replaced it to be sure.
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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    Series one wiper blade arm....
    "its a 1983-91 bmw e30 wiper arm. The part number on the inside of the plastic bolt cover is 190888 and has a logo SWF.
    The one on my car has a casting mark from '87".

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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    If you're looking for parts for the rear fiero brakes I just found a site that you can get anything you need.

    www.fierostore.com

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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    Great place to get parts. When I needed mine, my local NAPA got them for me....but that was 4 years ago.
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    Re: Part numbers and parts that fit the Consulier

    oops double post for the accelerator pedal, forgot I already posted it

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