I made a bit more progress, and installed the gauge cluster / assembly into the dash / steering column. Although I live in
America, and have never lived in Canada, nor am I Canadian, I thought the metric gauges were a nice touch to the car. Being
that the Fiero is mid-engine, although certainly American ingenuity, it's very European in it's styling. I thought this added
a bit of an exotic feel to it. It's kind of ricey, I know, but it's a factory set of gauges that came installed in the
Canadian cars. The speedo shows 180kph, but also shows the miles per hour in smaller print. As explained above, I swapped out
the odometer bar with the original one to the car (so the mileage would be correct), and I replaced the metric odometer motor
with the standard motor. The car will read the speed in kilometers per hour, but will measure distance in miles.
I also mixed and matched a few other things, including the auxilary gauges. For the main gauges, I also used the fuel and
temperature gauge from the metric set. In the auxilary cluster, I used the BAR gauge from the metric set, but kept the volt
gauge from the standard set.