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Fire extinguisher location? No, my Fiero is not a fire waiting to happen. by White Spyder
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At the cruise in this coming weekend there will be a NHRA inspector doing certifications This helps when you are getting insurance and in some cases is required to participate in shows. On of the items on the check list is a "readily accessible" fire extinguisher. To me that means in the cabin of the car.

Do you have an extinguisher in your car and if so where did you mount it? Extra points for photos!!!
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Report this Post05-05-2010 05:45 PM Click Here to See the Profile for 87antuzziClick Here to Email 87antuzziSend a Private Message to 87antuzziDirect Link to This Post
I found a rather nifty spot for mine......Behind the seat.
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Not surprised they want an fire extinguisher. I've heard of things like this before and it is my understanding it must be in the cabin.

Since I'm only looking at Fieros right now and do not own one I can't comment for sure as to where the best spot would be. My initial thought would be behind the passenger seat. Is there room?

Can you use something like this? It's looks to be a good size...

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000BH1FX8
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On the floor in a holding bracket in front of the drivers seat will work. I usually keep two fire extinguishers handy. One under the hood, one in the trunk and even sometimes one in the cabin. While my Fiero is buit right and the risk of fire may be low; better safe than sorry.

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hey guys here's the link to the one that i sale on my website, i just lowered the price for everyone!!!!!

http://store.extremedreamzr...re-extinguisher.html

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Yep, mine fit perfectly right behind the drivers seat on the floor, no mounting bracket needed.
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I've seen pictures of right in front of the driver's seat (with proper brackets of course, so it doesn't roll around) like Dennis said, and I like the look of that, and it seems very convenient, it's easy to get to but out of the way. Plus if you're the only driver, how often do you adjust your seat?

I also like the idea of having extras like Dennis also mentioned (in the engine side trunk, and maybe one in the front trunk). Better safe than sorry! Plus if you have multiple, you could conceivably get away with having smaller ones...
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I put my extinguisher on the passenger side between the seat and the trim going up to the door (where the parking brake handle would be on the driver side). it slides nicely in there, and hasnt budged at all, no sliding around even without brackets. Don't know if this is accessible enough for the inspection, as its on the other side of the car, but, its there if you were to need it, and pretty easily reachable from across the car.
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OMG...........like a Fiero would ever catch fire............right....................whatever lol

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Originally posted by timcha:

OMG...........like a Fiero would ever catch fire............right....................whatever lol



lol.. Nah, never happen... That was just..... A myth!... yeah, thats the ticket.. lol.


You could get one of those small little kitchen extinguishers, and mount it on the pass side of the center console wall.. Down near the footwell or something. Maby just make a "temp" mount, that you can just remove later if you want without much work.. Then you can have it there for your inspection.. But its not a bad idea to carry one in your car.. Any car.. Not just a Fiero.

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Report this Post05-05-2010 10:36 PM Click Here to See the Profile for BlacktreeClick Here to visit Blacktree's HomePageClick Here to Email BlacktreeSend a Private Message to BlacktreeDirect Link to This Post
My extinguisher sits on top of the spare tire, along with a first aid kit and jumper cables.
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Mine has one on the floor behind the drivers seat.
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Originally posted by 87antuzzi:

I found a rather nifty spot for mine......Behind the seat.

that is the spot I keep mine, a must for all fieros

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Originally posted by awestfield:

hey guys here's the link to the one that i sale on my website, i just lowered the price for everyone!!!!!

http://store.extremedreamzr...re-extinguisher.html




I can't read the dimensions on this...even when I maximize the thumnail
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Originally posted by jazz4cash:


I can't read the dimensions on this...even when I maximize the thumnail


i'll call and get the demensions tommorrow

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Was there when I bought the car.
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I put mine in front of the passenger seat just in front of the slider handle. It is out of the way and almost out of sight.
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I thought about behind the seat and in front of the "slider" handle but was not sure about interfering with the operation of the seat. Interesting placement on the passenger footwell.

MORE PHOTOS OF PLACEMENTS !!!!
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Dont put it in the rear trunk or engine bay. If you have a fire there (most likely place to have one) you have to first open it and reach into the flames to retrieve it. Behind the seat with no bracket is best to me. You just grab it as you exit...dont even have to unclip it.
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Report this Post05-06-2010 01:21 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Gokart MozartClick Here to visit Gokart Mozart's HomePageSend a Private Message to Gokart MozartDirect Link to This Post
You can put this one in the trunk http://www.jegs.com/i/Fire-...rentProductId=753270 and not have any worries. Fire Bottle #386-RC500PULLDTS Fire Safety System with 5 lbs. Bottle
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Mine came with a holder with a velcro base that I stuck on the ledge above the center console. It stuck out like a sore thumb but that was part of the humor in it!
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Mine's mounted on that little ledge behind the seats at the bottom of the back window.
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Mine is too big to put in the cabin, so it's in the front compartment, bungied to the tire hold down.
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Mine came with a holder with a velcro base that I stuck on the ledge above the center console. It stuck out like a sore thumb but that was part of the humor in it!


Mine's mounted on that little ledge behind the seats at the bottom of the back window.

I would think both of these as deadly. Just a slight hit from the front or rear and that thing might hit you in the head!
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Mine's been there for years (window ledge). It's been though some hard stops, hard curves, bad bumps (like going over rail road tracks faster than I should have) and stayed put.
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You just havent hit anything hard enough. I guarantee the little mounts wont hold up to many Gs. Before they had wrap around seats in racecars, it was not unusual for a belted in 6 point harness to give enough your head or shoulder hung out the passenger side window. That killed Joe Weatherly. They didnt even realize how many Gs you took until they started watching in-car cameras. People used to put everything on the rear package shelf and ended up seriously injured getting hit by it when in an accident. ie/ book=fractured skull, pencil = stabbed in neck. My aunt got in a head on wreck and she always had a pile of little bottles like make up, etc on the shelf. Her windshield was smashed out from the inside with all the goop in them splashed everywhere in the front.
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I've been looking to have one also... I would think that putting it in the passenger side, like the right footrest would be crazy.. and the in-between the door and the seat.. I would make sure that you can at least reach the thing. I like the spot right in front of the passenger seat on the floor. Ebay has got great deals on them too..

I'm using the house one right now.. but it's a medium size.
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I'm thinking that behind the driver seat on the floor is going to be the trick. Out of the way and accessible.
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Can't having a fire extinguisher in your vehicle make your insurance costs lower?
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I can't imagine that there is enough room behind my seat to fit anything other than a sheet or two of paper- if I could push the seat back a little further into the engine compartment, I would. I am guessing you would only put a fire extinguisher back there if you already technically fit into the car, which I don't, really. And in case of a fire my first priority is going to start the somewhat difficult process of getting my butt out of the car, not reaching across to the floor to extract an extinguisher. So I have to admit that I am a little intrigued by the idea of mounting the recessed extinguisher (linked in one of the posts above) to the exterior of the car- as a bit of bling. Maybe opposite the air intake.
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I don't mean to be rude, but I put an extinguisher in my car to extinguish a fire. As such, I picked an extinguisher that is large enough to (hopefully) accomplish that task. Those dinky little "Coke bottle" extinguishers aren't going to be very useful in that regard. So you should consider them as mainly ornamental.
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Originally posted by Blacktree:

I don't mean to be rude, but I put an extinguisher in my car to extinguish a fire. As such, I picked an extinguisher that is large enough to (hopefully) accomplish that task. Those dinky little "Coke bottle" extinguishers aren't going to be very useful in that regard. So you should consider them as mainly ornamental.


I totally agree. As it was, a big one didn't do much when our grand marquis went up in flames. Actually, I believe two were emptied on it.
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quote
Originally posted by Blacktree:

I don't mean to be rude, but I put an extinguisher in my car to extinguish a fire. As such, I picked an extinguisher that is large enough to (hopefully) accomplish that task. Those dinky little "Coke bottle" extinguishers aren't going to be very useful in that regard. So you should consider them as mainly ornamental.


I disagree,

Last summer a $13 dollar extinguisher saved my car. I was tuning my car and my wideband went wacky, and it flooded the engine, completely locking the engine up with fuel, stupid me tried to start the car and it ignited coming up through the PVC on the valve cover, along with the tail pipes.

The flames off the PVC licked up my rear window and melted some of the lower plastic around the window, and the tail pipe flames didnt do a whole lot. I was able to drive it home as well. I now have 3 extinguishers in my car
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I keep one on the passenger side, velcroed to the side of the "transmission tunnel". I can reach it from the drivers seat or get my passenger to grab it.

Having an extinguisher isn't just about your own car, its about any fire anywhere you go with your car. I was on my way to my brothers place in Kansas City when a car in front of me blew a rod through the block and the hot oil caught fire on the exhaust. I saw the flames licking under the car so I pulled over, grabbed my extinguisher and put the fire out before the whole car went up. That was in my Buick, but the same idea applies to any car.
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As a Fireman I can say that there are many times that I have seen a small extinguisher save a car. The key is knowing how to use one. Too many times I have seen people dump the whole thing without getting to the seat of the fire. I.E. spraying through the grill or partially opened hood. I have also seen them be just enough to keep someone trapped from burning until an engine arrived.

That said, a small extinguisher is not going to put out a big fire. Catching it when it is small and proper use, they will work.

The one I am putting into the car is about the size of a 2L bottle. I'm 5'10" and have just enough clearance behind the seat for it to fit. However, I do not recline the seat all the way back either.
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ones I have in all my cars are I think 2 lbs. about a foot long. Im 6' tall and with my seat all the way back, it fits perfectly right where the back and base meet. I got off a freeway once to find an older Cutlass with a carb fire stuck in the intersection. It put it out in a few seconds and we were both on our way. It mostly depends how quick you get on it. Shop next door had a Bonneville go up in their parking lot last week. Started with a gasoline leak and they piddled around trying to put it out with a rag and their hands untill the whole front half was totally engulfed and fire department showed up.
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Keep my extinguisher where I USED
to have an e-brake handle. Perfect fit!
Got rid of the entire e-brake assembly,
first time I found my rears locked up
just before going to work.
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Mine is mounted behind the passenger seat right in front of the rear window on top of that little "shelf." It is narrower and shorter than the headrest and thanks to tint, you cannot see it. Perfect spot imho.
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An idea I have is to have the extinguisher in the door sill like the Rolls Royce umbrella

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