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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
Started on: 08-27-2007 12:27 PM
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Damn. That's sexy.
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Nothin because I had my hand surgery today.Now I probably won't be able to do any work on my Fiero for a couple of weeks.
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Dew wipes what a pain in the arse

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fixed the broken headlight trim ring which was causing problems and repaired seat belt retainer
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After lowering my GT the other week it was very twitchy while driving so after lots of reading here and other places I spent the morning Saturday resetting the front sway bar end links so the bar sits parallel to the floor at rest. Ended up with 5/8" spacers and poly bushings, man what a difference! It felt like a different car, twitchyness went away and didn't bang the bump stops on every bump in the road ( I did not trim the bump stops yet) after doing this I don't think I will need to trim them as I not once felt them bottom out driving the same roads I drove prior to this change.

More testing needed . . .

Also changed oil to NAPA 5w-30 Synthetic since it was on sale all this month, my oil pressure gauge stopped bouncing all around now, thought it was a bad sender. Again more test driving required

I do love my car lowered but what a pain to work on underneath with a floor jack! I need to make up some short ramps to get it high enough to get the jack under, I can hear my garage mechanic now when he has to do my yearly inspection LOL

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Got further on my bug bomb paint job.
I have some sags on the drivers side, but overall, looks professional according to the wife!
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Fixed my overboost problem. I'm now happy.
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I got to do what every Fiero owner loves to do.... drive the car. woo hoo! I got my driver's side door skin on and dew wipe replaced. (still have to replace the passenger side dew wipe.)....BUT I got it out to a local cruise night.... AND got to park next to an excellent looking Formula!

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Had a new windshield installed.

Had two mishaps this Spring with rock chips that spread like a bad plague.

Much better.

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Just placed order for Cup Holder/Arm Rest & Console Door from Mike @ TXGOOD. Looking forward to installing them.

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In the process of changing out my fuel pump. Sumbitches fight back don't they? After that I'm making egr block off dates, changing the oil, shimming the starter and firing this bad boy up under its own power for the first time in 4 years! Wish me luck.... hopin for no gremlins...

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Washed it and my daily driver BMW.


I've kinda fallen in love with my Fiero all over again after getting the bugs worked out this summer.
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Took it street drifting through this wonderful North Eastern Ohio weather

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Made templates for corner caps,front & rear speaker grills with tabs and a center console door to make new ones.

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Washed it and my daily driver BMW.


I've kinda fallen in love with my Fiero all over again after getting the bugs worked out this summer.


OOOO that BMW looks like the one that hit my 88 back in December, only it had some red on the front bumper! LOL

I do like your red 88!

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Drove from Orlando to Jacksonville. Tomorrow I am going to manalapan n.j. see youall soon
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coilovers..

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Used a air hose to blow out the drain holes for the sun roof.
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Took it street drifting through this wonderful North Eastern Ohio weather



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Installed a new aftermarket radio.
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Drove it like I stole it at the track.

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Changed the oil. After two RFTH scouting runs, I figured it needed it.
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Stripped, primed and refinished all three engine vents.

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Started to drill out a broken bolt. Did some more rust prevention under the car. Painted the engine vents. Used a zip tie to get the throttle cable off of the exhaust.

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Not today but Friday I made a cold air intake for the 88. The filter is right behind the side scoop on the passenger side. The turbo sounds awesome now. Going to try to get some videos with my GoPro today.
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Charged the battery, pulled it out of the garage and took her for a quick spin around the block. I do not get it out nearly enough.
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I got a code 32 and 44 thrown so I pulled the 02 Sensor out for a new one, changed out the EGR Gasket because it had a giant hole in it, cleaned out the throttle body and EGR valve with some carb cleaner so hopefully that solves that problem.
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Well it was actually done yesterday.
But I got a 5-Speed Shift Plate Template done for a replacement for "tntcary".
It will have no ashtrays with power window / mirror switches without the use of the lower mounting plate.
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Drove it:
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Took out the spare tire "bucket" to clean the nastyness out of it.








Cleaned the front compartment. Not perfect, but much better.



Went to salvage yard and picked up new hood latch, windshield washer pump and a little bracket that holds a light socket. I had the socket just dangling with no bracket.

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Installed the MSD 6A for my 4.9 swap.

Now it is all MSD


MSD 84023 Cap + Rotor + Coil Cover
MSD 8225 HEI Coil
MSD 8.5mm Cables
MSD 6A module
MSD 8875 Harness

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Finished installing new plug wires and put some conduit over some wires, fuel and coolant hoses that could possible puncture.
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Reattached rear-view mirror tab that fell off after a nasty bump. The rest will go on tomorrow.
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Installed new tailpipes .

Looks great


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Took out the spare tire "bucket" to clean the nastyness out of it.



Make sure to clean out your heater core area too, fires can be started in there is there are alot fo leaves and gunk.

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/A...130314-1-079044.html
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Posted my first post since 3-4 years!!!!

Ordered new tires, new KYB shocks/struts and Eibach springs!!
Can't wait to get them!!

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Got a New Center Console Template made today intergrating the power windows & power mirrors,cigarette lighter,drink holders and a arm rest.




From another angle...Just need to cut the template for the shifter.

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Installing upgraded booster and speed bleeders, trying to get the brakes back to working. Amazing what sitting for 2 years will do.....

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I got to drive it!!!
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