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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Originally posted by Brucepts:

Started stripping parts from an 84SE that was my daily driver for many years up till 2000, it's been sitting here since, engine and trans are dead. I had put poly and lowered springs on that car and I am moving them over to my 85GT



Plan on stripping more parts off this car before it goes to the yard.



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Drove it, gassed it, and it stalled again. Limped it home and I'm calling it quits before I run out of money for X-mas gifts... pretty certain it's TCC solenoid. Will revisit it again in February and try Detroit again, then.

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Gen 1 to Gen 2 headlight wire and motor conversion. It's in a kit so not just "plug and play” pain in the a$$ but worth it in the end. Only problem is no power to the horns and the fuse is good and one of the high dollar parking light turn signal assembly’s is a mess. Time to trace electrical gremlins.
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Broke the VSS gear off inside the transmission as I drove trhough Waconia. Made it home to Bloomington with no speedo before digging into it and finding the problem. Couldn't fish the gear out and it looks like its already been obliterated. I guess this may force me to make a decision on how to get a better cruising gear!
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Nothing today, but yesterday I got the 4.0 running good. Had a bad IAC valve that caused a ridiculously high idle. Also put a new battery in it.

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I've ordered a bunch of engine gaskets and a/c parts for the Indy. I guess that's more doing something for the Fiero not doing something to the Fiero.

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Since we had a crazy warm day here in Michigan I figured I'd do a few things. I pretty much took apart about 70% of my interior. Since i bought this car this spring I've needed to give it a good deep cleaning and replace a few damaged parts. Looking to do more tomorrow.
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ordered taylor 8mm wires online, and a distributor cap from e-bay

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Got my headers put on and a complete exhaust! Happy camper and no more typewriter sound
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Installed Fiero1Fan 90MM Low Profile Buckets

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Tinted my headlights yesterday adding a little more green to the car..... What do you think?


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picked up a good used interior door panel from the JY today, suprisingly excellent shape and washed the car.
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picked up a good used interior door panel from the JY today, suprisingly excellent shape and washed the car.


I am green with envy!!!

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Drove it. It was great.
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Posted a day late. Put my stock wheels back on. My winter car's head gasket is blown. I may need to start driving the Fiero to work and back unless I can get another winter beater quickly.
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Had it towed to the shop for a hyd t/o bearing change because it is leaking.
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Into shop for a exhaust system for the 3800 SC swap I just finished
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Installed Fiero1Fan 90MM Low Profile Buckets



That looks awesome.
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Ground my drivers side UCA ball joint hole inward about 4mm. This way my "adjustable" RD ball joints would fit correctly. Oh and the bolt holes to...
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Ball joint grease boots, every thing cleaned and painted. Waiting for new bearing, both sides..it will be good for now, after march I will take the hole front end apart for all new rubber parts. It will be cleaner next time I work on it. 3 rolls of paper towels and a half a box of gloves. My back has had enough ,wheel bearings tomorrow.
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After a Freak snow storm... actually a "Thundersnow", snowed during a thunderstorm... weird and unexpected. (we don't get much of a winter here)
So, what did I do to my fiero today.... Brushed the damn snow off my car ! (all the snow was gone that evening)

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Completed and installed the wiring harness with 2 relays and a diode to keep them all lit, powered directly from the battery and are they BRIGHT.


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Installed badges.





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I replaced the radio with another stock GM unit and replaced the blown Kenwood 10x4 speakers in the dash with new mylar coned 10x4's Legacy speakers that are supposed to handle 300w
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found the loose wire that had shut down my aux gauges and exchanged the ICM looking for my phantom miss. no joy but at least i know another thing that it isn't :-)
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New t-top just born.
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Well we had a good meet with AAFO today. Becca and I made it to the meeting a few minutes late but we did make it and brought F255spider with us. Did a little work on the Fiero this morning and it made the trip there and back with no problems.
1. Tightened up the belt.
2. Fixed the coolant leak at the water pump (loose bolts and or hose clamp)
3. Wiped the oil off of the top of the valve cover and tightened down the bolts. They had loosened up a bit.
4. The engine has had problems with the PCV valve leaking at the valve cover. To fix this I modified the setup from the 88. It used a metal tube instead of a rubber hose so I cut them both and spliced them together. Had to bend the metal tube a bit to get the correct angle and used the grommet off of the 88 valve cover because they were different sizes.

On the round trip to San Antonio and back No Leaks!! Now lets hope it stops leaking into the breather!!!

And yesterday I picked up an 86 GT. Hopefully I will have it on the road here soon. It was a fellow club members daily driver until his son wrecked it.

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Lets see, washed the car, took it to the AAFO meeting, set a date for round-up 16m, and drove 270 mile to Abilene, TX averaged 28.5 MPG
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ordered Embrace headlights, and changed oil in Northstar car..

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Working on my current swap

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Trying to figure out why my duke is not happy. I think the valve lash it too tight.
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well not today but on Saturday..........I BOUGHT IT!!
this makes Fiero number 2. i gots me a Mera too

both 1987s this one is a base coupe, hand crank windows. sweet less weight. no A/C less weight.
KYB suspention in all 4 corners. it came with i believe a full front poly swap that needs to be done.
only other thing it needs is brakes the stock one now are scary. wow!
hot dog .......this summer is gonna be a blast!!!!



and oh boy oh boy is she built!
i i think this may be my deal of a century!! time will tell .....spring aint that far away!!

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Today I installed my custom made braided TV/Detent/kickdown cable and my transmission is finally back to normal.
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I got the Indy insured and registered just in time for a snow storm...

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I went to a junkyard an picked up a spare trunk deck with wing for $125. Mine doesnt have a wing but I'm thinking at some point I might want to rock that look. So when I have my car painted, I'm going to drop off the deck lid too and have them paint it. I like being able to have the option of the wing with out having to drill into my original one!

I also picked up a pair of uncracked GT tail lights for $30. Some bad delamination but nothing that cant be fixed by IMSA's technique. I feel better knowing I have a backup pair!
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Originally posted by batousai666:

well not today but on Saturday..........I BOUGHT IT!!
this makes Fiero number 2. i gots me a Mera too

both 1987s this one is a base coupe, hand crank windows. sweet less weight. no A/C less weight.
KYB suspention in all 4 corners. it came with i believe a full front poly swap that needs to be done.
only other thing it needs is brakes the stock one now are scary. wow!
hot dog .......this summer is gonna be a blast!!!!



and oh boy oh boy is she built!
i i think this may be my deal of a century!! time will tell .....spring aint that far away!!





I'm jealous beyond all possible means.
If I hear about how much fun you're having in your Fiero again, I'm going to cry so hard I'll throw up...
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Today, I replaced the trashed sun visors with a deluxe pair that I have had for a while. I also tried to put the inside mirror, but the glue wouldn't stick to the windshield. I tried the mirror glue from lock-tite and super-glue, and neither would hold the mount to the window.
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Had to take my car out of hibernation to jump start my wifes 99 dodge van to drive 10 miles to replace the alternator and battery in my 95 sunfire .
all during a 4 inch snow storm
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