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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Fixed the air-lock problem with the 4.9 Formula.

Now fighting with the idle. Probably a defect ISC.

Edit : page 121 is mine

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"I'm not driving too fast, . . . I'm just flying too low."

Work done 07-08 | Work done 08-09 | Work done 09-10 | Work done 10-11 |Work done 11-12 |
4.9 Swap project |Parts for sale

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I tore into my steering column to replace my wiper switch. While I was in there I also replaced my turn signal switch and and cruise control stalk (yes I shelled out $90 for a GM original). Everything worked great after getting it all back together! Kudos to the German gentleman who did the write up on disassemblng a GM steering column! I think his name was Oliver Scholz. Helped big time since this was my 1st ever endeavor into the steering column.

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Went out to the garage this morning and there was a small puddle of anti-freeze on the floor under the rear passenger side of the car. Guess I'll be changing the water pump this week. Read a couple of threads on PFF and I'm going to try to do it from the top side.
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Started my Kahines decklid vent install!! Yeah! Finally, scarry job cutting the decklid.
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Went out to the garage this morning and there was a small puddle of anti-freeze on the floor under the rear passenger side of the car. Guess I'll be changing the water pump this week. Read a couple of threads on PFF and I'm going to try to do it from the top side.


Tedious but easy. I did it in a few days with a little work here a little there. Took my time and did it right. Bolt swap. Metal impeller. RTV. Felpro gasket. 1 1/2 years later.

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I finished the R-134a retrofit to my 83 Indy Pace Car

I put all new o-rings and seals everywhere. replaced the accumulator (canister) and the switch. then charged it up myself (gotta love having an AC license )
though aparently anyone can buy refrigerant at autoparts stores now...at least until next year (in Wisconsin)

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Getting my A/C fixed. It hasn't worked since long before I bought the car in 2003. New compressor, o tube and accumulator. I am having it done right by a mechanic friend who works mostly on Mercs and BMWs. (Wolfcreek Automotive) It's going to be so cool to have air!
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im about to replace my spark plugs, cap and wires..... wish me luck -_-
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Added a can of freon to my 88. It's nice to have a/c.
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Put a Fiero wing on the 86 2m4.
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I finished installing my DRL kit from web electronics and put on my 3.4L decal made by Fiero sails.



I think it looks pretty damn good..

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Looked at how the water pump goes on , then just stared at it thinking I HOPE IT RUNS when its back together
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worked on removing the clutch line in 90* weather
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Installed A new seat cover...
Seems I did not read the fine print, or something, as I bought a seat cover, and I thought there were two.
Surprise! Only one. But it is a good one, so I will get another!
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Removed the old water pump and ordered a new one .
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Not sure how to post pix from my computer files. Any help??

Car just about sanded/stripped and will be ready to blow the primer on tomorrow. Will be blocking this week and then will be painting the Fiero next Sunday, (7/22). Can't wait.
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got my intake all hooked up! love it
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I finished installing a water pump on my 88 GT (2.8 ). It was tight and I had to just walk away a few times but it all turned out good. I swapped out all the Torx head bolts for hex heads which made it easier to put back in. I was able to do the whole job from the top side thanks to JazzMans instructions on PFF. Thanks dude!

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I ordered some tires for the Indy. Looking forward to getting the car road worthy.

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I attempted to replace my oil pressure switch, only to realize Advance Auto gave me the wrong cotton pickin part. So I cleaned the vent covers, made a map in my head for a cold air intake, fiddled with the trunk seal a little, and walked around the car smiling because I own a Fiero. Lol. Oh, and I took the wrong part back and got told they couldn't get the right one. Guess I gotta go to Autozone this weekend.
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Thought about burying it in the corn field out behind the house.

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In addition:

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Installed Mr Mikes seat upholstery. Mike is the BOMB he answered all my questions via email while I was doinf the insrallation. They look great in the car.
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Finally tackled the decayed dew wipes on my 88 duke and formula. What a pain in the a**! I put new old stock GM ones on the formula and fiero store ones on the duke. Although the GM ones appear better made (materials) the fiero store ones work and turned out great. What a huge difference in door noise and window operation. If you have old, crapy dew wipes get some new ones and knock this thing off your list. It is a rea improvement in not only looks, but enjoyment! DIY Stu's I've heard are excellent too!

Was able to replace quite a few burned out light bulbs and cleaned up the door panels while they were off too. I also was finally able to completely open my drivers side window after my repairs as a previous owner somehow managed to get the manual side mirror adjust cable hooked under the glass itself and it would only roll down two inches before getting stopped due to the cable blockage. WooHoo!
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Cleaned my breaks:
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I went out to start her and the fuel pummp dicided to stop working on me. So i pulled the gas tank. A new fuel pump goes in tomorrow. it was runnning find. went to start her and it wouldn't. it hard to understand.
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New spark plugs, plug wires, distributor cap and rotor.
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installed new 3rd brake light housing and got a cover for it too--the paint I bought was too light--but good for now

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Thought about burying it in the corn field out behind the house.



im realy getting sick of working on this thing

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Kurt,
That looks just like my car man. What did you do for the front airdam up there? Is that wing the vert style or the hatchback style? Looking good man. When are you gonna paint that baby? I hope to make mine look very similar. Also those wheels look pretty nice too what is their size and offset? Peace

Pete

Oh yeah and is that a lifted Vitara I see? I am a big Suzuki offroader fan...hehehe

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This is my junkyard dog. 87 GT t-top that was about to be sent to the scrapper. I bought it and saved it. Salvage title, over 230,000 miles and I'm the second owner. It's lived its entire life here in Utah and it has very little rust.

This started out as a headliner replacement.

Had to redo my headliner. I figured I should replace the damaged clip since I have to remove the headliner to get the three bolts in the roof. Then I also decided to repaint the center bar for the t-tops, so might as well paint the front trim piece too. I guess I'll install my scoops too. The replacement clip is bright red, gold bumper, scoops are mostly white. Not gonna be pretty for a while.
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The replacement clip is bright red, gold bumper, scoops are mostly white. Not gonna be pretty for a while.


But...while they are off, that is the perfect time to have them painted without worrying about overspray.
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Worked on the Indy. Did the following:
Oil change.
Wiring repair.
TPS Adjusted.
Fuel pump priming issue repaired.

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But...while they are off, that is the perfect time to have them painted without worrying about overspray.


But scratches are Okay? Besides, they can be retooken off. Scratches look ungood, no scratches look much more gooder. And besides, I haven't even decided on a color yet... maybe plaid?

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This is my junkyard dog. 87 GT t-top that was about to be sent to the scrapper. I bought it and saved it. Salvage title, over 230,000 miles and I'm the second owner. It's lived its entire life here in Utah and it has very little rust.

This started out as a headliner replacement.

Had to redo my headliner. I figured I should replace the damaged clip since I have to remove the headliner to get the three bolts in the roof. Then I also decided to repaint the center bar for the t-tops, so might as well paint the front trim piece too. I guess I'll install my scoops too. The replacement clip is bright red, gold bumper, scoops are mostly white. Not gonna be pretty for a while.


That is a nice little project you got there ! I love these kind of rebuilds.

Keep the updates coming !

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Finished primer. Blocked last night as well as painted all of the black [plastic] trim. Tonight and tomorrow will remove sunroof gasket/hardware and repair water damage, (got under re-paint) and prime. Would've done this sooner, but afraid of it raining. (Daughter's 66 Mustang and my Harley is taking up residence in my garage now.) Booth on hold for Sunday painting!!!!!!!
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About to bleed the clutch, & then drive it another 20 miles & see what else will die on it
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