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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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My Son and I replaced the drivers side lower control arm this evening in the red 88 GT.

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Before:


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All the plastic was broken to screw in the center cover around the shifter so I used pig putty to repair it, installed a radio and repaired the cover for the extra guages with more pig putty.
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Didn't do any actual work on my Fiero today, but I did finally take it on its first big trip since buying it and putting it together. Where did I go? Grocery shopping haha! It drove great and I can't wait to get it running better!
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I got it into the cruise at Coeur d' Alene which is limited to 72 cars and older. I lied and told them that under my murcielago body was a 72 Pontiac. It is actually an 87 Pontiac. It was by far the crowd favorite and there were some awesome cars there.
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Took it to a loacl cruise night at the McDonald's, and met another Fiero owner, who happens to be a PFF member. ShockWave has a really nice car, I hope mine looks that nice someday.
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she's all legal and registered now. Drove about 50 miles today, gonna toss the poly dogbone in as well.
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soo cool i did my first real auto repair today...wheel bearing. cool for 2 reasons.
#1 i did it
#2 its the first thing to go wrong with my Mera since i got it....thats pretty good i think.



i drive it like an Ape and i have been doing so for 2 1/2 driving seasons now....i hope this will continue to blossom into a new hobby.
but not for an emergency more like, preventive maintance

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Got my new rotors in the mail, got a new AC belt on and the ac system charged and cooling. Almost finished adjusting my first lambo hinge before I put the other on. And then the alternator died. Yay.

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Got her back from paint!
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Got her back from paint!


Really like the new color choice.

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I looked at my car thats about it. spun a rod bearing and now it sits in the driveway

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Today we had to sorta weld the exhaust cause you know, it kinda detached a bit.... again. We are waiting for them to pull a clean one off at a junkyard nearby, but we've still gotta get a new cat. In the meantime I will still be making noise and backfiring a bit, although I kinda enjoy the obnoxiousness and may miss it a bit. :P

Also took my nephew for ice cream and cleaned out the trunk... I suppose that's important too.

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Well, I did wiped her down and drove her for a little while since I have not driven her in 2 weeks. And took a few pictures. I hope that counts as doing something to your Fiero.







And it's all because of her:




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went to mount the poly dogbone i bought in the mall. It's 1/2-3/4" shorter than mine so it will not fit. So i cut worn bushings out of the old bone only to realize the poly bushing about about 1/2" to deep. Been a wonderful fathers day so far.

**update** took the poly bushings to the bandsaw and cut them down to fit. However the diameter of the bushings is slightly smaller than that of the dogbone. I just cant win. lol I slapped them in and cranked them down anyhow.

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Today, or rather, yesterday night, I dropped about four bills on new fuel delivery components, including a new pump, relay, and filter...

Hopefully I can get mine running in the next few weeks.
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Today, I had a great friends help, and we finished replacing all the coolant hoses, and burped the system, that have plagued me for several months

replaced the Ebrake cables, it's really nice to have those working.

And my hydrolic clutch system working properly once again!..

Plus some good friends spending the evening, with good food, what else could one want on Fathers Day?

Thanks to everyone for a memoriable day.

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changed oil x3.
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FieroGT-Lithuania very cool looking car. How did you become interested and where did you find a Fiero in Lithuania ? How long have you been working one this one and where did the body kit come from?
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the car came to Lithuania from germany, I had porsche 924 but always dream about mid engine car, so when found fiero, just bought it (then I was only 16 years old), and now are about six years, when I have it... All body kit I made myself from scratch. I swap V8 chevy engine in it too (all parts I made myself, because in Lithuania not V8 instalation kit). Thereare some pic from work: http://www.oldschoolauto.lt...topic.php?f=3&t=1526
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I have the Fieros stuffed into the garage. Room for four cars in a three car garage. It was cool enough this morning (low 80s) to move the 87 on the wheel dollies into position once I got the wheels rotated on the dollies.
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Took it for a Drive on the open road behind the local airport! So funn!



wow this really changes my mind about painting it all black. i really like white GT's, but this one looks stunning!!
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Installed my new slotted cross drilled rotors on all 4 and new calipers on the rear. Still waiting on my alternator to arrive.





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srika01 you have PM



srika01 you have PM (mean an other one )

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Blew a freaking tire 200.00 down the tubes plus the other side to maybe to make it look right. SO make that 400.00 down the tubes

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I pulled both seats looking for wires to hook up my amp since the car came with a subwoofer and custom console, but no luck

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I pulled my cradle to replace the clutch, cleaned the transmission, primed it, chroming it, cleaned the engine, flat black bombing it, repainted the upper intake and the valve covers. Hopefully goes back into the car tomorrow night and I can tackle my fog lights and side signals. Also ripped out all the old fiberglass insulation and replaced it with some nice new 1/3 the thickness insulation, replaced the engine ground with a nice fat braided stainless steel one and also installed a new hood strut. Looks great btw. I also redid the whole wiring harness and rewrapped it. deleted my egr (still have to cut the vavle out of the exhaust system) and that's it.. Not bad for 2 days I'll post some pictures tomorrow. Next on the list is some body work. During the cradle removal I forgot one of the jack stands too close to the car and it rolled back and landed the rocker panel onto the jack and kicked a big piece out...yay.. sanding, fiberglass, more sanding and then paint. yipee..

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bought new rims for the Formula,


Got em installed yet ? Looking for a new wheels for my Formula.
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Yesterday, I pulled the distributor, and replaced the $ 1.37 o-ring,
on the distributor base.

Cured the evil oil leak I have had for two years.
No more drips in the driveway.

Washed it today, cleaned the inside,
and drove the living daylights out of it.

After all, it was a National holiday here, the sun was shining, and it was just right for cruising.

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Got her ready for the car show tomorrow






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Installed a boost gauge. Next weekend I change out the engine.

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Swapped out my old cracked beat up OE belt for a new shiny one with no dry rot or rips. lol
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installed my new seats...






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Well, I did wiped her down and drove her for a little while since I have not driven her in 2 weeks. And took a few pictures. I hope that counts as doing something to your Fiero.







And it's all because of her:








Looks great Jess..... Both of them...

SO YOUR READY FOR SAN DIEGO RIGHT ! ! ! ! ! ! ?

Man... my car is runnin GOOD these days... I need to wash it like you then good south for the 30th..... Happy FOURTH


And a HAPPY FORTH OF JULY to all of you in Pennocks worlds and be safe!
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chasing wires, trying to figure out why my LF marker light and dash lights dont work.. gotta pick up a socket for the marker light later.
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Looks great Jess..... Both of them...

SO YOUR READY FOR SAN DIEGO RIGHT ! ! ! ! ! ! ?

Man... my car is runnin GOOD these days... I need to wash it like you then good south for the 30th..... Happy FOURTH


And a HAPPY FORTH OF JULY to all of you in Pennocks worlds and be safe!


Well, I am trying to get the rest of the boyz to go....we'll see...you know how that is. Doing it Fieros West style!!! Know what I mean???
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I picked up the new engine for the Fiero, does that count as working on the Fiero?
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Pulled the rear head to replace the unseated exhaust valve seat.
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Dropped the tank and replaced the fuel pump...what a pain!

Added some exhaust shielding while I was under there. Now I can get to tearing the old duke down AGAIN to see if I have a cracked head or a bad gasket. Pray with me that it is just the gasket...please just the gasket.....
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