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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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i tried to get the brakes to stop dragging. the passenger side front caliper is toast. the brake line on that one is new. it sucks being out of work................i have an interview monday so there is hope


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Over the last several days son mattwa and I did a couple a three projects on my 86GT
Brake upgrade:
Grand Am rotors and calipers all around which were on mattwa's car but he upgraded to Corvette rotors and 88 calipers.
Larger booster and master cylinder
Steel braided brake lines.

Gen 2 headlight system

Replaced wimpy Fiero horns with ones I took off a Cadillac.

First, the brakes are AMAZING! I never thought a non-88 could have such good brakes. Mattwa says that all new components contributed but the booster makes the most difference.
Love the gen 2 headlight system. So much smoother and quieter.
Always hated the stock horns as they sounded like the horn on my bike when I was 6.

Have the mostly intact gen 1 harness and the two gen 1 motors if anyone is interested. Drivers motor needs rebuilt, passenger motor is rebuilt.
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Made a dual bixenon flush mount headlight kit!

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Took it to a show. My brother took his too.

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Replaced my starter after trouble shooting everything else to try to save me from having to do it. Oh well, I'm set for life now (lifetime waranty....)

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replaced o-ring on distributor to fix oil leak--clean leaked oil (now am setting code 44)--install u14 stereo to replace my failing after market alpine unit (awaiting Monsoon radio from e-bay)

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replaced both front calipers and pads now the brakes are not dragging any more!!!!!!
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installed Fatmat seeing how I was changing dew wipes.

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Finally got the new shocks and struts in. Fiero is back on it's own tires. Now to get an alignment.

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Charged up the battery today and drove it around the block a couple of times.
It's running good, but I need to work on the hood and decklid some more....
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Replaced the fuel pump.
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Dropped the fuel tank again to remove the pulsator and replace it with the hose and hose clamps that came with the new pump. I won't forget to do that a second time.
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I installed some stripes from Paul McKibben. They went on well and look very good to me. Paul is a real patient vendor and helped me as I described what I wanted.

He then produced an awesome product.

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I bought these Tom's Digital GT gauges off E-bay last week. Just finished the installation today. Seller listed them for min. of $450 and no one bid. He relisted for $299 min bid, and no one bid. He listed them for $299 Buy it Now, including shipping, and even though green was not my first choice, I bought them. They had never been installed. Install was pretty straight forward, though I did have to add the GT rally gauge setup, which was plug and play in the 86. Thanks to Tom and the E-bay seller, I now have an accurate tach in my V8 car. It didn't take long to get used to the green, I actually like them . Pictures don't come out very good with the glare, but here are a couple.

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I bought these Tom's Digital GT gauges off E-bay last week. Just finished the installation today. Seller listed them for min. of $450 and no one bid. He relisted for $299 min bid, and no one bid. He listed them for $299 Buy it Now, including shipping, and even though green was not my first choice, I bought them. They had never been installed. Install was pretty straight forward, though I did have to add the GT rally gauge setup, which was plug and play in the 86. Thanks to Tom and the E-bay seller, I now have an accurate tach in my V8 car. It didn't take long to get used to the green, I actually like them . Pictures don't come out very good with the glare, but here are a couple.



Nice.

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I bought these Tom's Digital GT gauges off E-bay last week. Just finished the installation today. Seller listed them for min. of $450 and no one bid. He relisted for $299 min bid, and no one bid. He listed them for $299 Buy it Now, including shipping, and even though green was not my first choice, I bought them. They had never been installed. Install was pretty straight forward, though I did have to add the GT rally gauge setup, which was plug and play in the 86. Thanks to Tom and the E-bay seller, I now have an accurate tach in my V8 car. It didn't take long to get used to the green, I actually like them . Pictures don't come out very good with the glare, but here are a couple.



Looks good. I think you should paint your radio/hvac bezel black to match.
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Yet another clutch. New JVC KD-X50BT head unit. New front shocks. Ready for 20 psi and Power Tour.

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I am trying to figure out what to do with the radio bezel. I agree, it looks out of place now. The purchase came with the smoke shifter surround, so I do have that covered. Problem is, the shifter cover is held on with double faced tape, so it looks pretty thick when sitting on the original cover. I know Tom offers a plate for the radio area, so it could all match. Or as you suggest, just paint to match.
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My children helped me detail the car, inside and out. I purchased replacement door speakers to replace the Kicker components I removed when the car died.

New Infinity speakers going in tomorrow with my amps.

Replaced the exterior door handle on the driver's side, after I did the hinge pins yesterday.
Replaced the striker bolt as well..
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new rims...
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Instead of working on headlights like I should have been, I had to fix a seized caliper. Looked in my mirror today and nearly had a heart attack when I thought something was on fire.... it was my driver rear brake just roasting hot.
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Today the dog bone mount on the 88 broke. I think it's time to design some new mounts. I'll have to limp it into work next week and do just that.
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Took apart my 3800sc with spun rod bearing. Trying to get it to the machinest tomorrow.

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Replaced the fuel filter and drivers door handle...
Enjoying my Fiero after storing it for a few years!
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Fieroloco, nice job!
Hope you get it going soon, good luck!
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New door lock actuators in... check
New door lock switches in... check
New door lock relay... check
Door lock electrical problem solved... check
Door locks work for the first times since 1995... check.

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What dash is that? I like it!!

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What dash is that? I like it!!


Looks alot like the inside of my wifes '04 Grand Am
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I removed the tint from the door windows. It was old and turning purple. At some point I'll take the tine off the rear window too.
& I lubed the headlamps.

BRW, PPG Shopline Grease & Wax remover is good for adhesive removal too.
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Fuel pump died while I was charging the AC on my 308 re-body (Original pump from 1986!) New parts on order. Parts should be in Tuesday- then the pain begins….,
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cleaned and tuned it up also did a oil change
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What dash is that? I like it!!

grand am 02 and door covers from a grand prix

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My car was running sluggish last few weeks I just put a little Lucas Fuel treatment in
the Gas and WOW! amazing power just got unleased and the car revs high willingly
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Replaced brake pads and rotors on both front and back.
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new front shocks and cleaned up the calipers for paint

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Ordered new front coolant tubes & 1" drop ball joints from Rodney Dickman. Plus, I have new visors & headliner kit coming from FieroThomas.
Cant wait to get everything installed!

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Drove from Estes Park, Co to Golden , Co.
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Went Crusin' and smiled at a lot of people on the road !
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