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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
Started on: 08-27-2007 12:27 PM
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I walked past mine and thought to myself "maybe I should start it, it's been a while", but I decided to wait for the weekend and hope for better weather, so maybe I can take it out for a drive.
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I removed the headliner, so I could get at the roof and rear clip mounting bolts. In a couple days, I'll be installing a custom rear clip and decklid.
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(Saturday) New rotors and pads on the rear.

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worked on my 3800SC wiring and wax one door panel
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Fixed the battery box on the 88

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I moved a spare set of wheels/tires around the shop and stacked them on the decklid... That was it for today... Tommorow I'm ordering about $1500 in parts
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I took my '88 GT with 33,000 miles into the shop to have the clutch bleed. (Again)

And just like last time they found a little air in the master cylinder, and a lot of air in the slave cylinder, but there seems to be NO fluid leaking. They can't explain whats going on here, and neither can I.
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Originally posted by FieroBobo:

I took my '88 GT with 33,000 miles into the shop to have the clutch bleed. (Again)

And just like last time they found a little air in the master cylinder, and a lot of air in the slave cylinder, but there seems to be NO fluid leaking. They can't explain whats going on here, and neither can I.


crawl under the dash and look up, maybe take a paper towel and rub it on the carpet in the clutch pedal area, i'd bet thats where its leaking
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Dropped off the rear control arms to have the old rubber pressed out and the new poly pressed in.

Moved the flexplate and torque converter from the blown 88 engine over to the 87 block adn trans.

Moved cradle parts over to the new cradle and noticed they need some Por-15 pretty bad.

Drained the old oil out of the 87 block.

Stripped the old blown engine down of all useable parts.

Rerouted SP wires so they don't touch any more.

Looked at her longingly - waiting to get her on the road!
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Up in the air via jack stands -- oil change - under car inspection - need to change all hoses soon. cleaned and inspected all grounds. some rust on starter cleaned with wire brush treated with terminal sealer. wash wax vaccum etc.., back in garage.
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Got my TURBO for my LPG (Propane) setup for the 2.8L!!! w000000t!

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/069714.html

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installed battery relocation box in my 87

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Put the newly Por-15'd cradle on a dolly, then cussed and yelled about getting those damn retainer springs on to get the ehxaust to hang on the cradle.

I stripped some parts of the trunk with a wire wheel and Por-15'd the rough spots to get ready to be filled back in.

I stripped the blown engine down a bit more, but could not find a balancer puller, so the timing cover will have to stay in place for now.

Finally, I went to the auto parts store and returned some LED tail lights I can't use because the damn things glow red - and used the refund $ to buy fa iberglass kit for the trunk repair, header wrap for the exhaust and silicone sealer for the wrap. I also got the new trans mounts and water pump while I was there - and ordered the gasket for the cam end-cover. Jeez - it was $20! Wow!
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Modded some wiring to fit new 4x10 speakers to the original connectors, removed the "screens" from the old speakers and glued them onto the new speakers, and had a trial fit. Just need to bolt them down now, and find some read acoustic cloth to re-cover the grills...

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I started on my new frontend.
waiting for fiberglass to dry Blows!
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This weekend...........

Got the dash built and instruments installed, switch panel built and installed, and everything wired up and tested in the race car.



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I'm still gloating over my custom decklid/spoiler/tail lamp mod.



Oh, and I also ordered a rebuilt FWD Getrag transmission from Man-Trans, to replace my messed-up one.
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I'm still gloating over my custom decklid/spoiler/tail lamp mod.



Oh, and I also ordered a rebuilt FWD Getrag transmission from Man-Trans, to replace my messed-up one.


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Put in a new fuel pressure regulator in hopes

of solving my MPG woes.
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I'm working on my intake manifold head gasket replacement. My first real job by myself. I'm thinking about moving the computer out to the garage so my dad can hold my hand with video chat hehe...talk about pain staking tedious work. I finally got the intake manifold off it was as good as sex not better than and had to have a smoke after wards. :-( scraping gaskets sucks.
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Prayed that the interior would not catch fire while i was using an angle grinder with cutoff wheel to remove the computer mounting bracket for my new 3800 PCM
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I'm working on my intake manifold head gasket replacement. My first real job by myself. I'm thinking about moving the computer out to the garage so my dad can hold my hand with video chat hehe...talk about pain staking tedious work. I finally got the intake manifold off it was as good as sex not better than and had to have a smoke after wards. :-( scraping gaskets sucks.


Took my intake manifold off for the first time myself, by myself its awesome taking **** apart.
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Took my intake manifold off for the first time myself, by myself its awesome taking **** apart.[/QUOTE]

Yah putting back together will be the not so fun part.

Today the heads are clean and now working on the intake ....gently!
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still working on the nose wating for fiberglass to dry s**ks
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I went out to my 87 to clean it up for Daytona and the battery was too weak to turn the engine over, so put it on the charger and start over tomorrow.
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Took my charged battery back over to the storage unit and put it in the GT, put the new license tags on it, pulled the coil wire and cranked it a few times until the oil pressure came up, then put the coil wire back on and she started right up. Took it for a short drive, then brought it home so that I could get started cleaning it up for the WOW show in Omaha.
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ahhhh......
88 degrees here.
Drove mine to work today and will drive it to Baylor Baseball tonight.



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I installed some parts I bought 4 months ago. Red distributer cap and rotor and I replaced the amber parking light lens with the clear ones.
I then took advantage of "Al's global warming" 60F, and washed it then went to dinner and found a safe spot to park. I'll also take it bowling tomorrow. This will be the 3rd time I drove it this year.


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well.. i made my fiero go round and round in circles really fast Did some donuts for the first time tonight, pavement was just slighly moist so she slid very nicely Boy was it fun lol, my friend just about pee'd himself cuz i didn't give him any warning lol. That ol' 2.8 sure does sound nice when she's screamin
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Just finished and installed my version of the JimmyS GT windows and boy are they awesome...great idea...I would post pics but Im too much of a noob to know how..sorry..
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Filled up a low tire with air.
Ordered side scoop 1/4 panels and Aero chin spoiler from Doug @ Fiero Warehouse.
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pulled notchie clip to make way for the fastback, and pulled the cradle
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Took it to another car show just like I did last night with Alex4mula.

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Replaced the rear struts and spring cushions. Then I did the at home alignment. Drives much better now!
Replaced the front liscense plate bracket.
Took it for a ride.

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drove it about a mile to check out yesterday's clutch slave rebuild. so far, so good!
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Washed it , waxed it , armour-alled the inside dash and painted the engine cover thingys {silver}
Snow tires will remain on for another month yet.
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I avoided the tornado and worked in the garadge on my custom frontend.
this is just a teaser I will have better pics soon.

looks a little wide ?
not for long !!!
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Pulled it out from winter storage and the wife and I went for a cruise.
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degreased and painted the motor and engine bay of my lil red '88 dailey driver after MstangsBware replaced its 157K 2.5 engine for a 16K one.would of been easier with the motor out but it turned out okay.also put in a new heater core which was easier than i thought it would be.
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That looks nice! good Job!
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Originally posted by Fieromaniac:

painted the engine-vents / decklid-grills













Wow, that really looks good + from me!
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