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87 Coupe project by 30+mpg
Started on: 06-17-2005 06:31 PM
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Bought an 87 Coupe on 4/15/05

(Ebay photo from Michigan) for less than a grand w/3800 Series 1 V6, 4t60 & Grand Am brake conversions 2 months ago. 70K on engine, 74 k on car. Car has been hit in front and rear and "repaired" by a previous owner.
Fixed
Realigned front trunk lid
Increased spring tension on front trunk lid latch to permit interior release lever to function properly.
Bodywork on fan/trunk wall to provide clearance to permit driver's side headlight to go fully down.
Lower part of front bumper fascia properly fastened in place.
Bought spare tire, jack & lug wrench.
Sandblasted painted & lubed jack from 84 coupe.
Repaired circuit board for pulse wipers.
Bought & installed windshield washer reservoir w/ pump.
Bought & installed tube for A/C orifice.
Bought tube to go from orifice tube to condenser (has high-pressure fitting).
Bought & installed new front brake pads on passenger's side (driver's side had new pads).
Cleaned front brake calipers.
Bought & installed driver's door side molding w/ new clips
Bought & installed L & R rear side marker molding.
Removed worn upholstery from driver's seat & installed seat cover.
Bought & installed factory radio wiring harness connector.
Bought & installed late model radio wiring harness adapter.
Bought & installed Pontiac factory AM/FM/CD player.
Bought & installed trim plate for radio.

Repaired loose connection in oil pressure gauge.
Swapped oil pressure senders.
Bought & installed faceplate for aux. Gages.

Tie wrapped ECM wiring.
Bought & installed gray console.
Hammered dent out of passenger floorboard.
Removed cut engine lid torque rods.
Bought & installed torque rod for engine lid (prop stick no longer required).
Slotted engine mount brackets & moved mounts back.
Moved engine back from firewall.
Removed power steering pump.
Reworked idler pulley arm stop.
Bought a grooved pulley to replace smooth idler pulley.
Bought & installed a shorter serpentine belt.
Cut off power steering support arm.
Cleaned alternator & it's mounting bracket.
Fabricated handle to replace missing one from oil dipstick.
Cleaned intake manifold.
Painted rusty EGR valve housing.
Moved DIS coil pack from over valve cover to battery side of engine.
Rerouted engine wiring.
Bought & installed new battery lug bolts.
Installed battery hold down clamp.
Installed battery shield.
Replaced 3 spark plug wires.
Rerouted spark plug wires.
Bought & installed new drive for starter.
Cleaned & painted starter.
Drained 8 quarts of oil!
Removed oil pan, cleaned & painted.
Cleaned rear sub-frame.
Repaired oil level sender in oil pan.
Bought new gaskets & installed oil pan.
Hammered dent out of rear trunk.
Bought rear bumper beam (bent 84)
Straightened, cleaned, primed & painted rear bumper beam.
Bought & installed egg crate on beam (required reshaping, wrong model).
Bought & installed rear upper and lower fascia support brackets.
Bought 20 chrome tuner style lug nuts.
Installed black GT wheels.
Bought & cleaned A/C compressor to body hoses.
Sanded & painted B pillars.
Straightened, sanded & painted passenger's side mirror.
Bought & installed a taillight screw cap.
Cleaned & repainted 2 B pillar emblems.
Straightened and painted antenna.
Changed fan relay input from grounded to low speed signal from ECM.
Bought & replaced broken left headlight frame casting.
Bought & installed L & R headlight fairings.
Replaced R broken headlight.
Rewired headlight motors.

When the car was delivered, the owner had broken the only door key off in the driver's door. The rear deck lid took a different key. Had a locksmith make a key for the passenger's door. Then I removed the deck lid lock & had him set the cylinder to match the door key. Next, I took the driver's side lock apart and re-keyed it using some spare cylinder plates I had obtained. After I got all 3 lock to operate on the same key, I had duplicates made.

To do
Seat upholstery X
Buy & install A/C condenser, accumulator & compressor. X
Flush lines & charge. X
Buy & install speedo adapter. X
Get Temp gauge to function. X
Get headlights to go up & down w/ hood closed. X
Wire oil level sender to pushbutton and shift light in IP.
Install A/F gage. X

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damn... post pics!!!
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Holy crap, that was alot of work. You could of bought my car & swapped the engine & brakes, saved alot of work & time.

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum4/HTML/026883.html

Still can, it's still for sale.

That's an impressive list, for what's left, you can see light at the end of the tunnel. Good job. Looking forward to photos.

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CoolBlue87GT:Holy crap, that was alot of work. You could of bought my car & swapped the engine & brakes, saved alot of work & time.

Still can, it's still for sale.

Already have a black 86 2M4 w/ less than 5K on a remanufactured engine. Wipers work!

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Some before photos taken in Parsons, Kansas:

Photos taken in the driveway of one of my previous homes.




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Sounds like you're having lots of fun doing it yourself
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A before photo:

An in-progess photo:

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Built & wired in a speedo convertor. Speedometer works.
Coolant temp gauge fixed along with temp warning light.
Tucked e-brake cable up out of way.
Disconnected switch from e-brake handle to quiet blue dingy.
Runs great!
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Lowering springs in front installed.
New shocks.
Antenna mounted horizontal under R front fender.
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It's amazing what a difference wheels make for a car!
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Wheels, tires, missing trim, some semi gloss black spray paint, a couple of B pillar emblems & a wash to be exact.
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Finished routing power mirror wiring. Disassembled & repaired power mirror switch. Driver side is functional. Pass. side is base stock mirror w/ no motor.

1900 rpm at 70 mph.

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Bought & installed a new interior rear view mirror.
Installed an e-bay 87 pass. side headlight motor. Headlights fully functional.
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Slowed battery drain by routing a pink wire that was to be hot on IGN from HOT AT ALL TIMES.

Whoever did the conversion coulda done better in the wiring department.

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Time for some new upholstery.

Need to iron out the old panels to flatten them then trace out new patterns of the panels on the new material.

The darker areas on the panels' backsides are sweat stains from previous drivers.

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Originally posted by 30+mpg:

Time for some new upholstrey.

Need to iron out the old panels to flatten them then trace out new patterns of the panels on the new material.

Cool,
Can you do full how-to on this?
I think it would be popular....
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Cool,
Can you do full how-to on this?
I think it would be popular....
thanks
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OK
Check:
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/066632.html

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Looking good!
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New welded on tips.

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Bolted L rear brake hose to strut bracket to prevent it from rubbing on tire inner sidewall.
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Installed new O2 sensor to get the ECM to go into closed loop mode.
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Cool project, keep us updated.
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Found this photo of the 3800.

I think my engine looks better without those "trash grates" covering the injector rail.
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Replaced the camshaft sensor and eliminated Code 41: Camshaft sensor failure.
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Still to do to "deheapify" the coupe.
Sew Upholstery
Fix leak
Buy & install Power window harness
Install window motors
Buy & install door carpet
Install map pockets
Take possesion of & install rear side marker backing plates
Install rear wheelwell liners
Install a/c high pressure line.
Install a/c manifold hose.
Sand
Prime
Paint

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Wow!
That's going to be a sweeeet ride when you get it finished.
It looks really good now!

All of that in 6 months? Amazing.

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New 235/60-15's

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Car looks good! Can't wait to see more pics. Sorry the last of the parts didn't make it to you sooner. Am moving better now and hope to get back into the swing of things again. Hope all is well and keep up the good work!

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Did the right thing today!
Pulled the trunk liner to give it a scrub & wash. On the metal trunk floor was a folded wad of cash!
4-5's
5-10's
3-20's
$130 total, KA-CHING!

Then newest serial number on any of the bills was 1990. Must of been under there for at least 10 years. Just waitng for me .

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Connected the brown wire from the alternator to B3 on the C500 block. Warning light on the voltmeter now works.

Whoever did the wiring on this conversion coulda done a better job.

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Next, to get the "check engine" light to work.
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I just noticed that you are in the four state area, cool. Not very many of us in the area...
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The Service Engine Soon now comes on when the ignition is switched on.

It also goes out once the engine is started.

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Wired in the purple wire from the brake switch to the Brake signal input on the PCM.
Whoever did the conversion coulda done a better job of wiring.
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Installed a trunk release solenoid. Had to get a relay to plug in. Used a Radio Shack pushbutton switch.

Fabbed & installed a holder for front trunk light. Whoop!

Got chime to stop random dings and weak output by resoldering every connection on the back of the chime board. Works like new.

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Installed rear side marker backing plate & a rear fender liner on the driver's side.

The guy (D. Adam Haston, 98puck on e-bay) from 2448 Forest Shadows Dr., St. Louis that sold me the liner sent me 1 left & 2 right liners. One of the right ones is a correct fit (or so I thought, NOT!). Soo, I have a spare pair for an 86 or earlier coupe once I get the correct one for the left side.

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Sorry i have had those fenders for soooo long i was for sure they would fit that year model style of car.....car is looking sweet though that is alot of work put into it.

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Bought a 120mph Inst. panel from maxthechainsaw. Installed an Air/fuel kit in it before swapping it in.

Check
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Used hot glue to fasten the half of the the gear display window housing to the underside of the panel that has the ashtrays.

Click on 2 below for the next page.

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