I know this topic has been around before, but I really couldn't find an answer. Mostly cause I'm not sure what the "proper" name for these things are lol
The underside of the non-solid rear deckvents have like a rain guard, debris catcher thing.
On some model Fiero's it was like chicken wire, on others (GT I believe) it's like a BBQ grill burner cover.
My question is. What really is the purpose of these things? And are the necessary to have?
is it mostly for debris catching?
Rain guards? (minus the chicken wire versions)
I am getting some personalized vents from Silver85sc, and I was going to transplant my debris/rain guards from my original GT vents to the custom ones.. but maybe it would be easier to just get some chicken wire type material instead.. for better air flow?
I personally don't like how the passenger side vent is right over the battery.. wouldn't a heavy rain affect anything? Or am I being paranoid lol
Ty to anyone who can explain exactly what these are, what there purpose is, and if they are really necessary to have.
P.S. On a side note, it would be cool if anyone could design a removable debris/rain guard for those sunny days where you don't need them. and for rainy days where you do.. plus cleaning would be simplified
My 1985 Fiero GT