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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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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


Yup, I got the nests out of the blower motor and those little spring resistor looking things. Now I just need to take out all of the ducts to clean and get that mouse pee smell out.

stupid f**king mice.

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I made something for my wing to perch on ^_^



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Today I hope ends my overheating problem. Replaced the lower intake, plenum, and valve cover gaskets on the 3100. Stays under 160F. So fingures crossed. No more hissing from under the thermostate housing.

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I must be an idiot, but how do I create a new topic/thread? New to the forum here.
(Disregard this message, it was asking for a forum password earlier. Must have been in the wrong area.)

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I checked the oil level in mine. Still full. I did an oil change on Sunday and haven't really touched it since then. That's all.
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Got my new to me fiero running after head gasket and fuel pump replacement. Car sat since probably february. Overall a good day.
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Absolutely nothing because I had a doctor appt. Today and my Chemo is being tripled too.And eventually a possible lung transplant in the near future.So now I am severly depressed and don't feel like doing anything at all.

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Well after returning to NYC after 2 weeks of army training in va only to find a dead battery.... I got it running but it wouldn't charge right so I ended up doing a cs swap in my 87 gt and then it wasn't starting all the time so after finding out the starter was broken in half I put a new starter in it.... Replaced my front bearings and lubed my brakes... Oh and tightened the front upper ball joints that weren't tightened back down after the car was aligned so there goes that alignment...lol.... Now just waiting a cpl days to pick up a mustang hood scoop for the rear and a few misc parts like an idler pulley and a new to me auto dipstick tube since mine has a hole in it from burning thru on the header
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Got the brakes working fairly well, at least good enough to drive!

Got the alignment done, charged the A/C, finally able to drive it!!!!!

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Replaced both window switches, Put in new visors, Replaced Clutch master and put a R dickmans twin o-ring piston in a new slave and installed and bled the system out. Shifts like a dream!!!!!
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Washed and waxed it.
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Got my 3800SC Fiero rolling on its wheels, only thing left to do is catback exhaust and alignment.

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Not purposely, but I parked my car in my garage and noticed that I drove it to the point where there is 1/10 of a mile left until I reach 50,000

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Today I'm replacing the intake manifold and rerouting some charge pipes on the 88.

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Finally pulled her out from the backyard. Battery is on charge. Gonna start fixing the brakes ad hopefully get her on the road next week so I can drive a bit before the damn snow flies lol

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I finished my install of my new Odyssey battery. It is a lot smaller and fits under the headlight on the passenger side of my Fiero. I have the Embrace racing headlights so I do have room up there for this battery. I also did a bit of rewiring in the front trunk since the battery I replaced was mounted there. Now I have a set of big industrial terminal blocks in the V-8 Archie battery box along with relays & fuses for my HID lights. And then there is a polycarbonate clear cover over this area to keep dust and moisture out.
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I have a twitchy tach in my 88 GT. I replaced the tach filter with another one (PITA) and still twitchy. I replaced that one with one of Rodney's tach filters, still twitchy. Any one with ideas why the tach became twitchy?
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I have a twitchy tach in my 88 GT. I replaced the tach filter with another one (PITA) and still twitchy. I replaced that one with one of Rodney's tach filters, still twitchy. Any one with ideas why the tach became twitchy?


Before I took mine off the road last yr, mine developed this issue as well. I'd love to hear a response to this as well.

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I finished my install of my new Odyssey battery. It is a lot smaller and fits under the headlight on the passenger side of my Fiero. I have the Embrace racing headlights so I do have room up there for this battery. I also did a bit of rewiring in the front trunk since the battery I replaced was mounted there. Now I have a set of big industrial terminal blocks in the V-8 Archie battery box along with relays & fuses for my HID lights. And then there is a polycarbonate clear cover over this area to keep dust and moisture out.


One of those came with my fiero. I swapped it out because I was having electrical issues and wanted to make sure it wasent anything to do with the funky little battery. Turned out it wasent the issue but havent gone back to it. Expensive thing. Let me know what you think about it..
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I have a twitchy tach in my 88 GT. I replaced the tach filter with another one (PITA) and still twitchy. I replaced that one with one of Rodney's tach filters, still twitchy. Any one with ideas why the tach became twitchy?


Might.. MIGHT be a sign of your control module in the distributor on its way out. I had the same problem, mine was actually the shaft of the distributor was bent , and it heated up the module to the point of failure. Before it was failing the tach would bounce.

It was hard to diagnose, untill I openned the trunk at night time and saw the distributor base glowing red hot.
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One of those came with my fiero. I swapped it out because I was having electrical issues and wanted to make sure it wasent anything to do with the funky little battery. Turned out it wasent the issue but havent gone back to it. Expensive thing. Let me know what you think about it..


So far it works pretty good. No problems at all. Turns the 3800 SC III over quickly and the engine starts right away. I made the mistake on the first night of leaving my driver's door open and the lights were on all night and the car started right up. All my interior lights are LED's though so I am not sure it was a big enough draw to make a difference. The one thing I know is that it really cleaned up the front trunk. Now I have a lot of room in there since the big battery is gone.
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Bought a 4.9 drop out from mattwa for Kathy's Formula .. Going to find the glitch in the speedo in mine Sunday

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Worked on my floor mounted sub for my JL audio 12w6v2 and ran amp wire inside the cabin.
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I idled at a red light and listened to my turn signal , not the click from the dash, it was the actual sound of it going off and on in the back. I decided I need insulation that someone took out at some point.
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I finally got my A/C fixed and will be adding TXGOOD's cupholder/armrest-door (Excellent product) this afternoon.

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Replaced the MAP sensor, fixed bent dust shield on right rear, washed and cleaned it up.

Took a 30 mile cruise thru the countryside, overall a nice day for once!



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This past weekend, i took these out of my '88GT... it wasn't fun...
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Installed my Pioneer Bluetooth IPhone compatible, and finished my plans for my custom speaker boxes that will take place behind both seats!
Pics coming soon!!

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Just covered it up because of the front windshield molding has a leak.
Now need to install the new one I got from The Fiero Store.
Edit to Add...Apparently my front left tire has a leak too...Now that I see this picture.

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Calibrated accuracy of coolant temp gauge.

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I dropped off the 88 at my mechanic's shop. The leaking transmission will need to be pulled so I'm looking getting a rebuilt T440 to replace the old four speed auto. I pick up another transmission tomorrow and get it rebuilt with the low gear final drive. The old transmission was a used one installed probably 11-13 years ago with unknown mileage on it and I have put on 50,000 miles on it at least.
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got me a brand new windshield installed. No more looking thru stone chips.

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Today I replaced my serpentine belt tensioner and belt, changed the oil and filter and burped the cooling system.

Then I drove it around feeling nice cold air flowing out of my vents from the newly repaired A/C system, only this time without the sound of a herd of angry crickets coming from the belt.

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Just covered it up because of the front windshield molding has a leak.
Now need to install the new one I got from The Fiero Store.
Edit to Add...Apparently my front left tire has a leak too...Now that I see this picture.



What color blue is that?
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What color blue is that?


It's bug bombed. "Spray paint"...For now.
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Got my finished door panels and seats reinstalled.And roof sanded and ready for black paint.
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Fixed my flashing inner light for warning, fixed my reverse lights and sprayed some grease on all hinges and gear shift mechanism!
Doors never closed so easily and never changed gear so softly!!

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