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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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I'm intending on doing a lot of stuff to my 84 notchie this year. As it is still parked and the battery is still out, I took the opportunity to grind off all the rust on the battery box and repaint it. Next I stripped off the vents, luggage rack and spoiler and repainted them a nice deep black. While they were off I used my ne polisher to remove all yje scratches and swirls on the decklid and brought it to a nice shine! Looks great but I was kind of pissed that I had to pull the car cover back on and didn't get to drive it!
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Well today (in the great white north :P ) 16 degrees i might add i replaced the headlight on my drivers side, low beam had went out on it and re-aligned my pass headlight up
and the better news ..took out finally, recently purchased fiero from my brother (Fieromunk i think is his forum name)
Tags say Oct 09 so i think it hasn't been washed since then! Took her out and washed and waxed her and went for a nice, not too far drive

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this one was some camera fun :P it brought the colour out so vivid




The daily driver (replaced headlight) and the soon to be project

All in all was a great day spent with 2 great cars

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Installed passenger side parking brake cable.
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it's for my Fiero.... Ordered this online ( ENGINE STAND 1000 lb) http://​www.harborfreight...-sta​nd-32916.html plus 20% off and $6.99 shipping = $58.83

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Fixed the mirrors switch and windows switches , incredible the crap you can find in these .

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Installed the recall weatherstripping that I got a couple weeks ago.
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Stopped by the tire shop as saw my rear tires had come in. Still waiting on the fronts.





The one on the left is the same size as what I currently have up front. 255 looks dwarfed by the 325.

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Drooled on it from afar.

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Car is in the shop getting some work done so I swung by to check on her. Looks like she is in good company.


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Well today we took my sons 86 GT that I gave to him about a year ago and started fixing it from a wreck he recently had. Wasn't a bad wreck but he ended up off the road with a pasture fence post buried in his tire and wheel.

The bad:
Busted fastback clip <-- Done
Ruined a tire and wheel <-- Done
Bent a tie rod in half <-- Done
busted the right rear quarter panel <-- Done
broke his rear wing <-- Deleting
busted the lower right rocker panel <-- Done
Rear Bumper (broken holes)
bent the door

He bought an 87' fiero yesterday and towed it home from Memphis TN for a donar car. Then this morning we started pulling the parts off his car. We had changed the tie rod that was bent last week. He bought two new ties for the rear and one new wheel since his was messed up, they came in last week.

Today we swapped out the fastback clip, the lower rocker panel, and quarter panel. We still have to fix the holes in his rear bumper and put it back on and swap his doors out. In the process of taking the fastback clip off we had to remove his headliner and board which needed redoing as it was so we will take care of that as well. All in all we had a very productive day.

Next time I hope we can work on mine and get my hardtop turned into a sunroof (its an 88' base coupe)

I am thinking I will put the aero parts down the side with the rocker panels and leave my front and rear bumpers as they are. Just not sure how that would look...Any thoughts? Also while I am running stuff by the crowd what do you think of this: Taking a Notchback and putting the GT trunk lid and lights but leave it a notchback...Can this even be done? Seems like I saw this one time someplace but can't remember where.

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Drove it 400 miles to Daytona and then discovered that the turn signal flasher was inoperative.

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Washed it! Heading South to Daytona in the morning!

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Drove it 400 miles to Daytona and then discovered that the turn signal flasher was inoperative.

Nelson


Look on the bright side, you could have discovered that it had been ON all the way there.

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Washed it! Heading South to Daytona in the morning!



Have fun. Wish I was going.

I had a new windshield put in my formula.

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Took it for a drive and ended up out at Mazda Raceway at Laguna Seca. I knew there was a track day for Track Masters and thought I would go take a look.

Rather than signing in and going to the paddock, the lady at the gate let me park near the entry gate and stand at the fence next to the track and watch. After watching for a short while I saw a blue GT pull in. He saw my car and, of course, pulled right over and park next to my car. To make a long story short I met Brian Geyer and, if I can finish up my work in time, I'm going to grab my cameras and go back out to the track and shoot some photos and video.

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last night, i rebuilt the drivers side headlight actuator. today, i followed up with the passenger side actuator and the instrument panel dimmer controller. just found out i'll have to do the speedometer light bulb in the morning
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Replaced the odometer motor that went bad in my 88 coupe. I repaired the wiring to the throttle position sensor on the Indy and got it running perfect.
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Today I got the car out again for the 2012 season! Pretty excited about it



Also picked up a stock sub box the other day with an aftermarket speaker. Also came with an aftermarket amp. Wired them up today and installed it:



The sub box is covered in black suede, it looks pretty good in there. The sound is better than it was before too. Just a little more bass but not deafening.
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gave her a great big hug !

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Changed the oxygen sensor, oil and oil filter. Next its time to go wash off the dust that has been accumulating from our cruddy road.
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Finishing up the new front-end project. Rack all rebuilt with Rodney parts. New upper and lower ball joints, inner and outer tie rod ends, painted the rack and last step is POR15 on the frame and underbody. Degreased, etched and now waiting for coat one to dry tacky. Second new brush is ready to go for coat number 2. Killing time by posting progress here. The heater under there really helps things cure very quickly.







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Brought it home,



took it for a spin,



and tucked it away in it's new home !

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Refinished my sail panel emblems

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Brought it home,



took it for a spin,




and tucked it away in it's new home !




Sweet! You going to put some wider wheels on it to fill out the wheel wells?

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changed the oil and filter. Installed a K&N filter. Attempted to replace the dew wipes. One screw is killing me.
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I made a side scoop! Its just roughed in.

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I've had the distributor out of my car for about a week or two now, but I don't have a vice. Went over to the in-laws & used their vice to pull the rusty fingers off the dead half. Will remove the rust, paint, reassemble. Vrrroooom soon!!
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Sweet! You going to put some wider wheels on it to fill out the wheel wells?





20 x 11 (r)
19 x 9 (f)

Both with nice fat lips !
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Today, I finished installing a wideband O2 sensor / controller / gauge setup. Hopefully, it will help me "dial in" the engine tuning.
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I replaced the turbo on the 88 and rerouted some lines for the PCV valve. Now all my smoking and leaks are fixed.

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Changed the drive belt, which had gone bad and was running like crap after my job interview. Luckily, I keep a spare and tools on me. Had it done one the side of the road in under 5 minutes. Nice to be prepared for such things.
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started installing the wire harness that i got from phonedawgz for my 3400 swap in my 87 money well spent there.. also fabbed up a tube for my egr valve and ordered what hopefully will be just about the rest of the parts i will need to get her running from rock auto.. hopefully i can fire it up for the first time next week!!

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Today, I drove the Fiero to the Central Florida Fieros club meeting.



The new front end is still pretty rough around the edges... literally. But at least the car is back in one piece.
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Today I installed my front lowering springs, front lowering ball joints, all 4 zero lash end links, fieroguru lateral link relocation kit and fieroguru 13" brake kit. I have a backing plate rubbing in the back that I need to fix and the front lower control arm hits the rotor slightly when turning sharp which I need to fix. I also still have to hook up the parking brake too and align the car. I'm very impressed with the brake kit and all the other parts I installed. The car stops on a dime and the ride is much better than it was with the cut springs up front. It's a lot more fun to drive and seems to have less under steer. I'm very happy.
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got it running and put some fresh gas in it.....woot!

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attempted to redo the rotors and pads, but the rear calipers are seized and the pads wont go in. i also changed the door handles on both sides and learned how to remove and fix my loose sunroof
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I SOLD it. The 88 Formula.
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Oil change and tighten up a few bolts
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Where did you get those rims?!

Can you post another shot? With more car & showing both rims? Thanks!
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I started my 4.9 project for the first time. And it roar

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