Hey guess a just bought a 1987 pontiac fiero it's a v6 gt wanted to know how to turn on the highbeams and if you could tell me some easy upgrades I want to keep it originally

Asked by Apr 07, 2014 at 12:22 AM about the 1987 Pontiac Fiero GT

Question type: Car Customization

I do want performance but the I want to
keep it classic any tips is welcome

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You can tune the V6 to get more power, but why worry about original? I kept mine original because I thought it had plenty of power, but many people have put V8s back there- there are a coupla Fiero shops on the west cost that specialize in these great cars-

Alright thank you and do you know which performance chip is best gf or jegs or the fieros personal chip

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As for the high beams, just pull the turn signal towards you. I am one for keeping my Fiero as stock as possible too but you never know.

Thank you

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