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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Played around with the radio...Found out I've had an aux setting this entire time. Finally hooked it up and took 'er for a spin!
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Well It wasn't today. But I bought a 0 mile rebuilt 2.8 motor, I think it is actually a 3.1 for $100. It seems to have a steel gaskets, the whole motor has been polished, it looks like it has forged pistons, the crank has been lightened and had metal added in places, and it has a crane cam, and hasa double timing chain. I am going to post photos but they were too high of a quality. Aparently the machine shop moved an still has the blue prints for it, somewhere. I am going to talk to them this week. I am so stoked about it though
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put a axle seal in it since the one in it was leaking bad so after going through three seals I finally got it.
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attempted to use adhesive to keep the headliner from sagging.


Been there, a couple of time, never worked. The adhesive holds but the foam on the overhead that it is glued to fails. Once it starts falling it's time to replace it.

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put a axle seal in it since the one in it was leaking bad so after going through three seals I finally got it.


That's my task for this coming weekend. I bought three seals, just in case, I hope I only bugger up one of them because I would like to change both.

I wanted to do it the weekend before last but I didn't bother to order a 30 mm socket so I can get the axle nut off. I figured that I could find one locally. Well, as it turns out no one in the area had a 30 mm socket, let alone a impact rated socket. So I had to order one from Rodney and he even stocks the impact rated socket.

Thanks Rodney for supporting us. I don't know what we would do without you!

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Originally posted by Jim_Martin29:


That's my task for this coming weekend. I bought three seals, just in case, I hope I only bugger up one of them because I would like to change both.

I wanted to do it the weekend before last but I didn't bother to order a 30 mm socket so I can get the axle nut off. I figured that I could find one locally. Well, as it turns out no one in the area had a 30 mm socket, let alone a impact rated socket. So I had to order one from Rodney and he even stocks the impact rated socket.

Thanks Rodney for supporting us. I don't know what we would do without you!


It wasnt too bad I went through three of those seals. Third time was the charm thank god haha no more leaks
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What did you use to drive the seals home?

I don't have a socket or anything the correct size so I went to Home Depot and got some PVC pipe and connectors that look to be the correct size. I guess I will see this weekend.
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I used a 4x4 block of wood worked pretty well
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Originally posted by Jim_Martin29:

What did you use to drive the seals home?

I don't have a socket or anything the correct size so I went to Home Depot and got some PVC pipe and connectors that look to be the correct size. I guess I will see this weekend.


Rodney sell a special tool for it too .
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I buffed the fender on my newest '86 GT. back to black... figured out, thanks to the forum, why my fuse kept popping to my courtesy light on my other '86 GT, damn trunk light grounding out. ha. check out the build... http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/086542.html
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Installed my new shift boot and parking brake boot. Maybe I'll drive it to work tomorrow. Oh, and I'm buying an Indy Fiero.
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Fixed the shifter cable alignment and drove it
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Installed my new Lloyd Mats



Admiring the shine....




and absolutely enjoying all the attention I've been getting in my car.



Totally OWNED a 370Z a few nights ago...since I was putting out more at the wheels than he had at the crank.
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Walked right by it!
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Walked right by it!



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Started building "the ultimate center console/subwoofer enclosure". It'll be my 3rd one. I've never liked the "split" look of the console between the shifter surround & the arm rest/glovebox section. I also have never liked that the only choices we as Fiero owners have had as far as a sub console, are those that expose the sub. It's a good look for some, but i like my things "stealthy", so i'm building a box that will recess my 8" RF sub back about 1/2" with a finished grill over it. Ya won't even know it's in there.
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Pried my backing plate away from the rotor. (Got bent the other day when I had an axle boot replaced. made a gawdawful racket.)
Tried the Allante tune. It runs okay but some of the external inputs are different. (Power steering and brake inputs are different.)
Since I didn't have time to get it sorted before RFTH, I plugged the modded Deville tune back in. That's what I'd been running anyway.

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Spent Friday afternoon digging through Skitime's left over Fiero parts that he is liquidating, so weird walking into his garage and not seeing his car sitting there!

He's moving on to other things and starting to enjoy his retirement. He showed me a project he is playing with, putting a Supercharger on his Tracker.

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Discovered the noise up front is the upper control arm mount on the front cross member of mine sheared itself from the cross member... new crossmember on order.

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Having the axels replaced in my 88 GT. I wondered what that noise was. EGR valve works, but no vacuum get to it, so code 32. Also I'm having the battery box replaced. It is only money.
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Showed to a few perspective buyers!
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Fixing my exhaust leak on my 86 SE. Found out it was 2 broken bolts in the head on the FRONT manifold , removed the dogbone mount, and pulled the engine back toward the trunk 2 inches for a little more room, removed the A/C compressor and brackets, removed the manifold. Drilled out the two broken studs, retapped all 6 holes, got new gaskets, and now am going back out to install the parts and hope it's much quieter. Here's where a 2.5 would make this whole job easier, but the extra 2 cylinders are worth it.
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Got my Rodney Dickman lowering ball joints and my Fierostore front lowering springs for the 88. Finally going to get those cut springs out of there and have a smoother ride.

I also got everything set up for the Indy I purchased to be delivered on Saturday. I can't wait!

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Sold it! Areva Derci Fiero!
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Got em installed yet ? Looking for a new wheels for my Formula.
I finally bought tires for these wheels, BFG G-Force Super Sport A/S, Fronts 205/40/17 Rears 225/45/17. I'll have them installed and upload a pic next week.

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Put my 86 SE out for sale, ordered an inner tierod end for the Formula, approved vent designs for my 84 V8 car, contemplating selling my 85 GT as a parts car (I may use the rear bumper and decklid for my V8 car). Other than that, not much.
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I will start off with yesterday being it took two days.

Went out at 3am to start my car for work and didn't start so I had to call off work. The key would turn and no buzz sound for the fuel pump. So what I did was go into my garage where I have another fiero and dropped the tank to get the pump out of it because the pump was almost new but motor bad. Then I dropped the tank of my daily driver to do the switch. I did and still nothing. That took a day trying to find out what was going on.
next day I went straight from work to get one and also pick up the accel super coil for my 4.9. Hey more power never hurt. I got back home and plugged in the new pump and still nothing! I almost lost all hope till I seen a relay that I couldn't keep my eye off. My build is a 4.9 LT with a Ford computer and injection. That relay was a fuel pump relay I found after typing in the item number on Google. The pump kicked right on yay! Plus I now have a new cap,rotor, and accel super coil
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Today I tested my paint gun on one fender to try to get the feel for it again (been over 5 years since I sprayed). I also wanted to see how much I'd ned to thin the paint to get it to flow right. Overall it looks pretty good, but that fender will be sanded down and resprayed. Tomorrow I plan to start shooting the color below the beltline. This will be a several weekend job as my painting space is cramped, but I'm finally getting to the paint . Oh, and I learned I can still control the gun, but my paint consistency judgement was a little off. The paint I sprayed needed to be thinned out just a little more.

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tried out a different wax on it

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Drove to Milwaukee with my Formula. Drove it in the rain for the first time. 480 miles round trip no problems, except check engine light came on - EGR code, no big deal. Headed to Minneapolis next weekend for a small get together at the Mall of America.
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While I was in Milwaukee I saw a Ferarri, that I am guessing was a kit car, but not positive. Is there anyone in the Delafield area with a Ferarri kit on their Fiero? It looked perfect, just wondering.
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was the sole fiero at the madison classics fall jeferson show today

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Has any one used a clay bar on their Fiero?
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no, but i did on my truck. worked freeking awsome.
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Got it ready to deliver to the new owner tomorrow - I'll get to take her for one last road trip! Going to be a sad trip!
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Has any one used a clay bar on their Fiero?


I have used Meguiar's clay bar kit on my fiero and am very pleased with the result.

I was given a few samples of Meguiar's gold Class liquid wax in my goody bag at the GTA Fiero Show. I was impressed with the product.

Before doing the Clay bar cleaning I went to Meguuiar's web site and got their recommendations for restoring my Fiero's origonal paint.

I did the clay bar cleaning, utilized the cleaner wax, and finished with their Gold Class Paste wax.

Before Clay Baring, the wing especially, felt like sand paper to the back of my fingers and smooth as glass after the treatment, not to mention a deep, highly lustrous shine.

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