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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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For once I actually just drove it !

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I rolled down the windows for the first time since having them tinted, squinted at the bright sunlight, and wondered how I endured the thermonuclear bombardment for so many years.
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Originally posted by Blacktree:

I rolled down the windows for the first time since having them tinted, squinted at the bright sunlight, and wondered how I endured the thermonuclear bombardment for so many years.



We need pics !
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Originally posted by exoticse: We need pics !

You want pics of me squinting, or the windows rolled down?

On a serious note, it's "only" a 40% tint. So the windows aren't really dark. I think it's a perfect balance between sunlight reduction and night-time visibility.

EDIT TO ADD: jmbishop, your car is mutating!

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Back on Holiday...I really like the two tone paint job but how does your heat get past those bottom sections?
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I'm a little behind, just removed the cradle from my 88 gt and removed the engine from the cradle. I found that my front and rear main seals were leaking, the valve seals were leaking, and that I could turn over the flywheel with little/no resistance with the sparkplugs in. The throttlebody had dirt all over in it, it was ingesting dirt . It's alright though, I have a s2 s/c 3800 sitting right beside it to take its place . Pics this weekend.

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EDIT TO ADD: jmbishop, your car is mutating!



A reason to believe in evolution..
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drove it to work, put in $10 worth of gas.
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I pulled the battery out to have it checked out at Auto Zone. The car wouldn't turn over yesterday, so trickle charger went on over night and the car fired right up. Bad battery. (It may be 3-4 years old). The car sits too much in the garage. I cleaned off the battery tray as it had some corrosion, not horrific corrosion. I repainted with Pour 15, the stuff is pricey, but a little goes a long way. I'll let everything dry over night then put in the new "Drualast". I'll do some more cleaning and polishing for Daytona next weekend.
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Took delivery of it. Did a vehicle inspection and made a huge list of needed work, including new engine; old one is seized.

And a bad camera phone pic

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Did this

and the supervisor

and the dates are wrong
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*Took the passenger side door panel off so I can re-vinyl and paint it (to match the drivers side that I did last week).
*Finished building and painting the driver side custom 6x8 rear speaker pillar panel to match the passenger side I did last week).
*Painted the frame of my junkyard found replacement sail panel (to replace the one that fell off last fall).
*Took off rear passenger wheel to tighten clamps on the axle boot (had been slinging grease on the wheel).
*Put wheel back on. See Illustration A.
*Installed 'spring helper' rubber things to rear so fenders stop bouncing off tires on big bumps (until I can afford to fix it).
*Bought new ugly gray spark plug wires to replace pretty orange Taylors on three rear cylinders (to solve misfire).
*Swapped wires out at coils. See Illustration B.
*Took of decklid after realising new, unbroken, wire holders wouldn't fit with decklid on.
*Broke #6 cylinder's rusted on wire off in super deep hole trying to remove it.
*Removed rear valve cover to make super deep hole less deep.
*Cut up my hand bashing it into rear window pulling at wire boot with needle nose pliers.
*Finally removed boot and clip with screwdriver.
*Put back on valve cover. See Illustration C.
*Realised unbroken new wire holders are still too long.
*Cut wire holders in half so I could bend them to fit down super deep hole without hitting the rear window.
*Installed new wires.
*Test drove car. Misfire worse. Realised after checking manual I'd crossed the wires at the coils.
*Gave up for today.
Illustration A-

Illustration B-

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walked over to the auto shop across the street from my house and looked at my baby (87gt) and got sad cuz she was apart and now im more sad cuz she needs a water pump next =(

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Glued the front badge back on after a brush at the car wash ripped it off last year.

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I installed my new back-up lights. They're generic fog lights, installed in the rear fascia where the reflectors used to go. Since my new tail lights have built-in reflectors, the ones in the rear fascia aren't needed any more.



Hopefully, this will help me see better at night.
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I put a 2 amp trickle charger on it so the alarm wouldn't keep killing tha battery.
Man I need to get insurance so I can drive it.

Went around the block yesterday in first gear. That was fun. Almost enough time to load a CD.
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Figured out which wires I had crossed. Runs much better with 6 firing cylinders!
Installed finished driver side rear speaker panel and new 6x8 Pioneer speaker.
Installed replacement sail panel.
Glued in new sail panel arrowhead emblems.
Finished and installed passenger side door panel.

Now I should go start vacuuming for the show Saturday, but I think I'll play video games instead.
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i received the Cobalt SS intercooler fill to put on, to help clean up the engine bay a tad,

put on a new smaller supercharger belt the other one was a size to large (maybe ill gain a lb of boost or so )

this weekend, new plugs, fresh oil, and maybe get that intercooler fill/ resavoir installed
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Went for a short drive, then pulled the GT into the garage, and started cleaning for the World of Wheels show next week in Omaha. Jacked her up, all four wheels off and washed, suspension cleaned and wheel wells cleaned, rotors cleaned up, etc. Tomorrow begins the undercarriage cleaning....ugh....
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Originally posted by $Rich$:

i received the Cobalt SS intercooler fill to put on, to help clean up the engine bay a tad,

put on a new smaller supercharger belt the other one was a size to large (maybe ill gain a lb of boost or so )

this weekend, new plugs, fresh oil, and maybe get that intercooler fill/ resavoir installed



I wished I'd known you wanted one. I had a brand new one that I took off my car - did not like it - and switched to a small overflow reservior from an import that I modified with an supply and return hose bib. I mounted it right where the stock Air Filter goes.


Anyway, I took mine out for a drive for the first time in a couple of months. What a thrill!


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almost got my auxilary guages completely installed, got to dark though.
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Replaced the EGR tube on the GT. Back to a normal idle!
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3/4 finished brake install, only the left front to go
it was so cold in the garage yesterday my floorjack and purge compressor would not work. I took them in the house and sat them on the furnace vents overnight. They both worked after putting some heat into the oil.

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replaced lock on the new decklid(my fiero only has 2 keys instead of 3 now)
installed rosewood steering wheel
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Found out why the engine was seized. Got it up and running only to find out the squealing wasn't the belt- I pulled it off several days ago. Let it cool off and the squeal turned into a nasty rod knock So much for the engine, guess it is going to get a 3500 afterall.

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3500 or 350?
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Started to tackle the Dew Wipe replacement...damn little screws are rusted on there so they are soaked in PB blaster for now.

Other than that I started her up and drove around the parking garage for a bit...hope i dont see another damn snowflake for a while!!
We need to hit the road!!

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Originally posted by Blacktree:

I installed my new back-up lights. They're generic fog lights, installed in the rear fascia where the reflectors used to go. Since my new tail lights have built-in reflectors, the ones in the rear fascia aren't needed any more.



Hopefully, this will help me see better at night.


I too installed new backup lights. Well, I got 'em wired up anyway. =\


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3500 or 350?


3500 V6. It will (hopefully) be run off of a 7730 ecm and modified Fiero harness. Or I may just megasquirt it.
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Cleaned all the salt and crap off.

...I'm tired of winter!!

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i bought most all my new suspension parts front to back cant wait oh and i just drove it
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Finished cleaning the undercarriage for the WOW show next weekend (actually, I said "that's enough of that crap...if it's too dirty for them, that's their problem). Put the wheels back on, and dropped it back down on the ground. Started cleaning the engine compartment. Man, it's worse than I remember. It always looks so good in pictures...funny how bad it looks in real life. I'm patiently waiting for Tuesday...that's the day I pick up the new Mr. Mike's seats from Sluppy123...
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DROVE IT!! After 2 years of sitting. Change battery, filled the tank, and washed it. Now I have to get my 1985 GT out, it too has not moved in 2 years.
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ordered a water pump for it and it was extreamly cheap only 26 dollars

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Continued to jig up the new wide back end for my IMSA. It is starting to fit pretty well. Wider is better.







Hopefully nest weekend I will be able to put in the body mounts. Then I'll be ready to "clean up" the ugly parts of the panels.

Trying as hard as I can to be ready for the 25th.

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Paul, I'm loving it!
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Continued to jig up the new wide back end for my IMSA. It is starting to fit pretty well. Wider is better.







Hopefully nest weekend I will be able to put in the body mounts. Then I'll be ready to "clean up" the ugly parts of the panels.

Trying as hard as I can to be ready for the 25th.



Paul, you've been holding out on us! The car looks great! I'm assuming you've saved the original panels...don't want that little piece of Fiero history to get lost yet again! I'm looking forward to seeing it again, soon!

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Took my formula out for a nice little ride just because. I don't get to drive it much.. But damn I love it when I can!
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