I recently purchased a rollbar for my 95 miata. it is not a racing certified rollbar just cosmetic. i would like to install it myself if it is not to difficult. if anyone knows how to install one and can explain it in plain english that would be wonderful. or if anyone knows a website that has the instructions to do so. thanks
Hi my name thaomas iam rather new at this but the roll cagege will more hta likly have 2 bolt slots to bolt up to the floor and 2 more bolt slots for the parsel shelf just be shore that were it is that the bolt hole line up to on that car there is no fuel or brake line under it and the same for the speaker cheers hope i was a little bit of help im sort of workin a similar thing out at home on a home made buggy maybe this web site might have a bit more help. bye. http://www.bethania-garage.com/why.htm
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The above is a good explanation of accessing the mirror but to answer your question directly, yes, they will fit. All the 90-97 mirrors are interchangeable with the exception of installing later power mirrors onto a 90-91 Miata where it wasn't a factory option. They will mount up fine but do require enlarging the center hole where the wires need to run.
This is either a problem with one or both of your airbags or the airbag connector located at the back of the glovebox has been disconnected for some reason. (ie. to prevent airbag opening when installing baby seat) (1999 miata does not have a baby seat airbag disabling sensor).
You should get your car inspected at your local mazda service to check if this is a wiring (plug disconnected) issue or one of your airbags is malfunctioning and needs to be replaced.
Flashing airbag light could indicate that either one of the airbags or both have a problem. Disconnecting the passenger's airbag has the same effect.
Warning! Do NOT attempt to do any kind of airbag/airbag wiring related repair yourself. Airbag problems should be addressed ONLY by certified technicians at your local Mazda service. (Airbag fixing requires for example that the car battery is disconnected, you MUST NOT attempt anything with the car battery connected).