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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Autocrossed it again. Well, these were a few weeks ago.


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Replaced the interior with a pisa wrap around.

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Drove it to the gas station to get fuel for the lawnmower!
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Spending time changing the oil, then remove the wheels to grease the fittings and clean the inside of the wheels, clean the wheel wells, the black lug nut covers. Wipe down the tires with "wheel shine". This was a lot easier when I was 20 years younger. I still have the front tires to remove, clean and reinstall.

Finished up with the front wheels, greased and cleaned. Man it still got hot and sweaty out there today.

Maybe in the next couple of days do a real clean up...wash and wax.

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Changed the 4 speed shifter to a 5 speed. Painted the getrag black and various pieces hammered gray.
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Started pulling my 88 duke apart again to fix the oil leaks from when I replaced the timing gear.

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This past weekend: Replaced sway bar bushings, replaced the spark plugs, replaced the fuel filter, fixed a vacuum leak and attempted to sort out my clutch / shifting problem
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Fixed a code 21. TPS was sticky, resulting in sputtering at highway speeds, bad mileage, and a generally crappy ride. Past two days have been butter smooth. I could kick myself for overlooking such a simple thing.
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Replaced the original sub-woofer with a Rodney Dickman kit last night. The old one was blown. The new one won't impress any audiophiles but it does round out the sound in the cabin now.

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busted a 3800SC dog bone mount, accelerator cable retainer, supercharger back fire blowing the hoses off, shift cable retaining clip came off and it looks like something in the exhaust broke because the tips are now crooked. All this at the same time. Fun times.


Oh yeh.

Also put the car on a trailer to tow it home.

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Made a glove box to finish my dash install

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I got my car back from the shop with a rebuilt four speed auto plus other issues that needed fixing then took it to a cruise-in.


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Replaced oil pressure sending unit (secong time in a few months, yes, an AC Delco unit) and that fixed my non-working gauge. Also wanted to replace the coolant temp sensor but discovered that Rockauto sent me the wrong part :-(
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Left rear caliper was dragging so much that the rotor warped. (E-brake cable works fine, not seized - replaced 8 months ago). Rebuilt the calipers, works fine now. The PO installed SS brake lines that are too long. It was late and I hurried and didn't check it thoroughly. The rim wore through the brake line. That was EXCITING!!!! Put new brake lines on and works great. Only thing is some brake fluid swirled up on the rear bumper corner. Sanded and refinished it with primer. Got to repaint it now. AARRRGGG!!!!!

That hurry thing usually never works out well!!
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Headlights failed again after replacing the gears with Fiero Store gears. These lasted about 10 cycles of up and down. Needless to say I was a bit miffed. Enter Rodney Dickman full rebuild kits. Last night they arrived in the mail so I pulled the headlight motors out of my Indy. They are off to Charles Sewell for a full rubuild and recondition. Sad thing is that it is dark when I go to work now and dark when I leave work...so no Indy driving until thay get back! Hurrah for the MERA! Gonna get more use for the next two weeks. I usually only drive it on Fridays.
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Put an axle on the rear yesterday. Ball joints and tie rods on the rear today. Front suspension parts tomorrow. Actually it's my sons car though.

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got tires mounted and balanced...
265/35 looks small..
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New front shocks. Struts are next.

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Drove it to work! We have a had a string of about 2 week of great Indian summer out here in Portland. Everyday about 65-70 degrees after some morning fog
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87 GT wheels before


After..

Drove down to Wheels America in Hialeah Florida on Wednesday to get some GT wheels refurbished. They said that the wheels will be done tomorrow Unbelievable at the turn around time..ONE DAY!

Drove back down today and picked them up. The wheels look new! But it was over 800 miles of driving down and back twice in two days plus Florida turnpike tolls.
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Wheels look good. Would you care to till us how much it cost to have a wheel refinished? I'm think about have my wheels done
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Installed roof drip moldings that were missing when I purchased the car. Looks better that the chipped paint.Thanks Tim for the parts. Regapped the NGK TR55's to .045, then took it for a short drive and it seems to have taken care of the problem. Used Jetman's suggestion on power door locks and now they work for the first time since I bought the car!! Installing a different shifter plate/cover that came with spare parts in the car as the tabs for the auto shifter boot are broken on the one that came with car. Swapped ashtray doors off of the spares that came with car. Now gotta find ash tray light bulbs and figure out how to wire a light for the auto trans indicator. Car was a manual.

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Wheels look good. Would you care to till us how much it cost to have a wheel refinished? I'm think about have my wheels done


$129+ / wheel www.wheelsamerica.com
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I've had my sub and amp for over a year, never bothered installing it. NOT TODAY! Finally did it, and am so glad I did. The extra boost to the stereo is night and day.


I did that while the engine was cooling because today's real mission was oil leak hunting. I determined the other day that one leak was from the ol' distributor o-ring. Got the good red one and took out the distributor annnnddd.. the magnets were toast when we took it apart to do the pickup coil. Ended up getting a Cardone reman'd dizzy and off to the races. Found a second leak at the oil filter where the last shop to touch it hadn't tightened it all the way. I was due for an oil change anyway so we did that too. So far so good, haven't seen any leaks again. *crosses fingers* I hope it stays that way!
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found out today the intake manifold has flamethrower capability's

On a good note though the basterdized mera is back on the road after 10 years I think

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Connected the battery in my project car to test roll down the power windows and discovered that the new power door locks also operated into the locked position. Unfortunately it looks as if the keys I was provided with after installation of new door locks do not fit the lock cylinder. This is basically a lock out situation. Is there a good way to break into a Fiero without damaging components?

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Freshly rebuilt headlights, done by Charles Sewell, installed into the Indy. We used Rodney Dickman's kits as two Fiero Store kits failed with less than ten uses. The Dickman parts work fantastic! The motors are now quieter and have already done 20 cycles.
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going in this week


I was thinking about getting those but I settled on something slightly cheaper of the 5.25" variety. Let me know how those work out, the ones I picked are a little too tall so I need to reconfigure it all.
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I removed 1sail panel and cleaned the double stick tape off. This is going to be fun putting the new sail panel on straight. Tomorrow the other side
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- New tires on a four corners. No more vibrations at 90mph. Just had to see.
- Rebuilt right headlight motor. No more random winkie.
- Washed, wax (Turtle spay) and vacuum.
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Finished installing some new speakers after a weekend of work. Totally worth it. Now I just gotta get the hubs back from the metals teacher so I can upgrade the brakes and finally drive her again.
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Swore at it.
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Topped off the gas tank, parked it inside and covered it up for the winter. All I need is an up-dated window poster. Other than that, I'm ready for the 5th Annual Tyler Shipman Car Show. Thursday caravan to Frazee?

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Walked by it .....wanted to throw some gasoline on it and torch it and call it a day.

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Fixed the headlights on my Mera.... kinda.
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My Fiero got some TLC:

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Originally posted by Vernon8360:

Topped off the gas tank, parked it inside and covered it up for the winter. All I need is an up-dated window poster. Other than that, I'm ready for the 5th Annual Tyler Shipman Car Show. Thursday caravan to Frazee?


Gonna be nice to see you there again my friend.

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Replaced the passenger side rear caliper. Got everything laid out to do the driver side on Friday.
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replaced pass side front caliper ( had brand new powder coated ) with an old used painted caliper. I got a bad caliper when I bought new ones , so I will order a rebuild kit and rebuild the new caliper.... and started removing the rear bumper to add Snapperheads led backup lights..

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