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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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My son has been driving the Formula for the last few months. He came home last night and said that the steering column was really loose. I took a look this morning - found that all 4 bolts were completely backed out. Got her all fixed up and installed a better ignition switch/mech. Also the manual mirror adjustment thingie was popped out of the door panel. Upon further inspection, (just got the car back from the paint shop a few weeks ago) I discovered that the body shop did not reinstall the inner dew wipe metal piece - WTF? Also I paid extra to get a crack in the door panel repaired - correctly - and found that the crack has returned! Plus when I removed the door panel to fix the adjuster housing, I found that they had destroyed all the plastic clip pockets and pulled one of the metal clips completely off the door panel! I managed to get it all repaired - had a spare dew wipe metal piece in the shed, epoxied the metal clip back on and repaired all the clip pockets with epoxy. Spent nearly the entire day working on the Formula - it was a PITA but I kind of enjoyed it!

No wonder it was wobbling around!



IOP102!

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I finally got the clutch bleed and drove it for the first time in 2 years. Next step is to renew the registration so I can drive it beyond the confines of the driveway.
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Finally finished striping all the old interior out and starting to put in the interior of the 99 grand prix gtp
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On the Red GT, we replaced the rear taillights and installed brand new 205/60R15's up front, 21560R15's in the rear. Have new struts for the rear and replacement springs (all four corners) on hand for the next free day that comes up.

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Replaced the frozen left front brake caliber on my 88 notchy.


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Just finished my Rodney Dickman lowering ball joints as well as new uppers and endlinks...

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Drove it to work today for the first time since March of '09. Actually the "to work" part wan't necessary because I hadn't driven it since '09.
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Nothing fancy. Added a Rodney strut!

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painted it mostly!
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Just finished my Rodney Dickman lowering ball joints as well as new uppers and endlinks...





That looks nice !

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New shocks on the front. Cured a nasty rattle in the front end and a slight wheel shimmy it had. Drives MUCH better. The old ones were 25 years old
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Yesterday I dropped the gas tank and replaced the fuel pump in my 84. Today I went and got it inspected and drove it just to make sure I got it right ;-)
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i drove it to a park and took pictures of the car. i sent the pictures to the dealership that sold the car to a lady 24yrs. ago.jim murphy pontiac/buick/gmc have been going for 26 yrs. i think that is kind of cool.the car lives in jacksonville fl. now and still is garage kept to keep it looking new.
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I spent most of my Sunday trying to remove the rear cradle bolts. Unfortunately, one just spins in place and does not back out. GRRR
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Found some center caps from a 88 Daytona for my 98 Baretta wheels - only problem is that they are 6.250" and the Baretta is 5.900". The Daytona caps are cast aluminum so I chucked them up in the lathe and turned them down. Plus they were a little too "tall" so I had to shorten the towers some. Next I had to fab a template up as the Daytona caps are mounted to the wheel using 3 machine screws from the back side of the wheel. Once I had the template fabbed, I laid it on the wheel, marked the holes, drilled them and then test fitted the caps. Nearly a perfect fit. I had to "manipulte the cap a little to get it perfectly centered but it turned out great I think.

The stock Baretta cap - of which I can't find any here in town (after doing a lot of work on these Daytona caps last night, I found 6 of the Baretta caps on E Bay)!


The Daytona cap


Now don't laugh - I do not have a big expensive machine lathe so I used what I had - good old Harbor Freight wood lathe!


Stock Daytona on the right, Turned down Daytona on the left and the stock Baretta cap on top.


On the wheel


I like the Daytona caps much better than the stock Baretta caps - they are nice and clean - no emblems to mess with. With any luck, I'll have all 4 done today!

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The Daytona cap


Stock Daytona on the right, Turned down Daytona on the left and the stock Baretta cap on top.


On the wheel


I like the Daytona caps much better than the stock Baretta caps - they are nice and clean - no emblems to mess with. With any luck, I'll have all 4 done today!



Nice work, better than they other caps with the Chevy emblem. I didn't think they looked bad with no center cap either.
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Broke two bolts while trying to get the turbo heat shields off. I guess that I may have to break a few more in the next couple of days to replace the turbo.
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After having a rear sway bar kicking around for about 10 years, I finally installed it. I should have done this 10 years ago!!
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Installed my new Fiero Store storage tray. Painted to match the rest of the interior.


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Replaced a rear wheel bearing and spent time on the dyno one last time. Too bad I have to graduate

Not putting down quite as much power as I was expecting but IM pleased and we measured a 5.5 second 0-60 which is darn good!
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Great job Katatak
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Installed my new Fiero Store storage tray. Painted to match the rest of the interior.



That looks awesome! Didn't know they sold such a product.
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That looks awesome! Didn't know they sold such a product.


Yeah and they were actually cheaper than e-bay!

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Installed my fierosails.com emblem! What you think?

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Installed my fierosails.com emblem! What you think?



I like it... alot! It beats the snot out of my faded and peeling Oakley sticker.
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Wow I feel like this is my thread for a few days.

Yesterday at 5:30 I started taking out my seats, removing the old seat covers, and installing Mr. Mikes.
I finally completed both sides including installing back into the car at 2:30am.



The old seat covers had a blue tag "Inland Division - Juarez - World Class Quality". I googled and came up with this http://history.gmheritagece...nufacturing_Division

http://ech.cwru.edu/ech-cgi/article.pl?id=FBDOGMC
Fisher body acquired it in 1947 to produce bodies for Chevrolet, Pontiac, Buick, and Oldsmobile. In 1970 production was moved to more modern plants in Michigan while the Euclid plant turned out interior trim and upholstery for automobile bodies. Its employment had declined from a peak of 2,958 in 1955 to 1,143 in Feb. 1982 when GM announced plans to close its Fisher Body Division. Concessions from the workers at the Euclid plant, however, enabled it to remain open. Renamed the Inland Division of General Motors, the trim plant continued to make seat covers, door panels, sun shades and other interior parts for Cadillacs, Buicks, and Pontiacs. Encouraged to solicit outside customers to augment its GM work, Inland received a contract from Sea Ray Boats to make boat seats and cushions in 1986. In 1991 GM again announced the closing of Inland to its 596 employees. This time, despite further concessions, the plant closing began in 1992 and was completed in the summer of 1993.






And the finished product!

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Drove my V8 Coupe to Caffiene and Octane gathering this AM. 80 miles round trip - no issues.


Installed a "bottle in a Bag" in Jeff's 3800SC and did some tuning this afternoon.


This is my first personal experinece with N02 and I have to say - I am addicted. I will be "adding" some go juice to the V8 Coupe in the near future.
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Swapped one 2.5 with a supposed thrown bearing for a 2.5 with a little modification (known: Larger throttle body, not sure what else)

took 16hrs + lots of cursing but me and my friends did it and shes running fine now

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Towed mine home from its Maiden Voyage!
Got 1 mile out of Her...Wooo Hooo!

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i have actually been working on this tail light panel for a couple weeks...primed and test fit. sorry about the junk on the trunk...i am running out of room for storage.




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So far this weekend/today I installed my black headliner, factory sub I bought off Ebay with wiring and overhead control, Fierostore right side GT tail light lens, GT emblem, Rodney Dickman sub speaker, reupholstered sun visors, and installed new shift boot.

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I mounted 4 new tires Friday and have driven it to work the last two days.

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Put in the Ford door striker pins. No more rattles. Next up is the poly kit.
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After thr Power Tour, I had an oil & filter change, repaired exhaust hangers and had the axel shaft assembly removed to replace the inner boot clamp. It was throwing grease onto the cradle and deck lid..
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My son has been driving the Formula for the last few months. He came home last night and said that the steering column was really loose. I took a look this morning - found that all 4 bolts were completely backed out. Got her all fixed up and installed a better ignition switch/mech. Also the manual mirror adjustment thingie was popped out of the door panel. Upon further inspection, (just got the car back from the paint shop a few weeks ago) I discovered that the body shop did not reinstall the inner dew wipe metal piece - WTF? Also I paid extra to get a crack in the door panel repaired - correctly - and found that the crack has returned! Plus when I removed the door panel to fix the adjuster housing, I found that they had destroyed all the plastic clip pockets and pulled one of the metal clips completely off the door panel! I managed to get it all repaired - had a spare dew wipe metal piece in the shed, epoxied the metal clip back on and repaired all the clip pockets with epoxy. Spent nearly the entire day working on the Formula - it was a PITA but I kind of enjoyed it!

No wonder it was wobbling around!



IOP102!



Quick question, do you got a tutorial on this? I have the same problem, LOL.
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...Simple stuff, replace timing cover gasket, the gaskets on the water pump and the gasket on the thermostat side.

yesterday i... oh wait just for today.
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Slapped some barely legals on the rear (heehee) and got her inspected. Tomorrow comes the registration.
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Took it for a Drive on the open road behind the local airport! So funn!

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