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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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Well it wasn't today but I put new e brake cables in and realized I didn't have the equalizer so I ordered one from fiero store. Should get here this week. I also installed the horn contact switch from fiero factory ( correctly this time) and it works nice! Also noticed I am in need of the pipe from the cat to the muffler inlet. Oh and I also lost a lug nut in the good behind the center console. I was tossing the lug nuts into the drivers side footwell and one managed to bounce up and go behind the center console and down into never never land. Instead of ripping out the console for it I ordered a new one (really a set of four) from eBay. It's the sick speed 60mm blue lug nut( that's what was on the car when I got it .After nys inspection I will be replacing the hard brake lines with the prebent stainless ones from fiero store I bought. Also eventuall new brake pads'll be installed. I did an oil change too.
I'd post a picture of "Blue" but it doesn't give me the option of using a pic from my iPhone.
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Had to do a LIM gasket on my 85 gt 3.4. Darn vacuum leak took me 2 days to find, until i pulled the crankcase breather and had full vacuum. Pulled the LIM and sure enough, LIM gasket leaking on number 4 intake runner. On the bright side, only took me 3 and a half hours start to finish!

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Drove it to work... missed driving it so I jumped in it and went to work,,

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Had a fun time popping front ball joints off.

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Originally posted by fierogtlt1:

That's funny,I just gave somebody on Facebook directions on how to remove those today.
Todd.


Ha! I betcha a cup of coffee that was me!
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Didn't actually touch the car, but I did finally order my new 4.9L flywheel from LSC Performance Flywheels (thanks Tom! ). It shipped today. Should be in late next week Wahooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!! Cant wait to get it!!!! Next thing to be ordered will be the stage 3 clutch...just figuring out which one I should get that doesn't blow up the bank account ...or itself...
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Fixed the shifter console that was separating!!




Also, repainted the blackout around the tail lights.
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Well, after my newly purchased 4.9 Fiero sat for 2.5 years. She got an oil change, coolant flush, drained the old fuel, added new fuel, changed fuel filter, and installed a new battery. Then she came to life for the first time in 2.5 years. I also installed a Sony Head Unit. I let her idle to check for leak, there was a very tiny one on the Thermostat housing. She did start to overheat, so she needs a Thermostat. She also has a exhaust leak where the crossover goes into the firewall side exhaust manifold.

The only things she needs now is:

Driver side rear caliper with brake fluid flush
Thermostat with gasket
Full Tune Up
Battery Tray for the Front
Exhaust Crossover Gasket
Rebuild the Headlight Motors

She doesn't like to sit. LOL!


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Originally posted by FieroTony:

Fixed the shifter console that was separating!!




Also, repainted the blackout around the tail lights.


What adhesive is used for that?
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Ordered RD's headlight motor rebuild kit with gaskets. Hope to have that squared away by the end of the week.
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What adhesive is used for that?


Gorilla Glue. I inquired a while ago here on PFF and was told that. I was afraid of it expanding too much. Clamped it down and cut away the excess. Looks and fits great.
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Went for a drive with the sunroof out (and burnt my scalp...) and then returned the Fiero to its place (the one with the great view...).



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Started to heat wrap the exhaust today. Got too cold and went in after 15 minutes. I'll finish it later. Found a small coolant leak and a small oil leak to fix. I'll replace the fuel pump when it's warmer. I'm tired of winter.
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LSC Performance flywheel installed. Just got to find the right torques specs for it

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Got into a full rebuild







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While it was warm out (45°) Sunday, I pulled the belt, belt tensioner and alternator until the parts come in. Alternator RockAuto due in Wednesday.
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Originally posted by FieroTony:

While it was warm out (45°) Sunday, I pulled the belt, belt tensioner and alternator until the parts come in. Alternator RockAuto due in Wednesday.


That's on my to-do list for next month.

However, today I went back to the junkyard, and pulled the front bumper and hood for my '87 GT. Also got the lower radiator support braces to replace my rusted ones. It's slowly starting to resemble a Fiero again!
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Emptied the gas tank. Just prepping it for painting. Temperature dipped again, so I may have to wait a few days to paint it. ....really have to insulate that garage door...
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Replaced the worn driver's seat back cover with the old passenger's side cover



to match the 'new' $30 junkyard passenger seat (+ $30 cleaning).



Celebrating the '84 SE's 30th birthday on 08May2014, so a little TLC is in order after 363,000 kilometers...

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The Fiero revealed it's ugly head. Pulled the carpet on the passenger side, took lots of pulling, more or less ripped out. RUST! Guess I shouldn't be too surprised, the Fiero sat outside in the elements with a nice opening on the T-Top weather seal. Doing a search and lots of reading revealed it's common, but mine is a little more gone than just that plug. Might be time to invest in a welder.
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Finished the new stainless gas tank and got it installed. Fits like a tight glove. Lots of other projects "in progress" so it will be a while before I can fill the tank to see how close it comes to the 19.7 gallons it should hold (on paper). The install of the FAST fuel injection is almost done. I'll work on the wiring today while I wait for the aluminum U bends to arrive. They will be used to make the new "hat" for the FI.
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Moved some smaller parts off the 88 to the basement to start disassembling and see what's needed to rebuild them, Headlight assemblies, seats, etc. The lady of the house would prefer all the greasy and messy stuff stays in the garage. Of course, its to cold to work in the garage (not heated yet), but by next winter, when I am working on the 86 I will get more done.
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I put in a new fuel pump & filter in the '88 GT today.....right at 2 hours total (not a record time, but still pretty quick). The old one still worked, but I just turned 100K miles and figured I would be proactive.
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Originally posted by woodyhere:

Finished the new stainless gas tank and got it installed. Fits like a tight glove. Lots of other projects "in progress" so it will be a while before I can fill the tank to see how close it comes to the 19.7 gallons it should hold (on paper). The install of the FAST fuel injection is almost done. I'll work on the wiring today while I wait for the aluminum U bends to arrive. They will be used to make the new "hat" for the FI.


Is there a separate build thread going for this?
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^^ inquiring minds want to know, if not at least pics. I want 20 gallons too.
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Finally got the tank prepped and the top painted. I'll get the bottom tomorrow. I like the shiny aluminum look

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Brushed the snow off of it, AGAIN!!!!

Also, changed the valve cover gasket.
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I put the cradle back in today. Lots of new things in new places. Lots of under the car, easy for you young guys - not so much for me stuff to do. I took a lot of pictures while building the tank. I need to verify how much it holds before I send out a build thread. It's too damn cold to get gas 6 gallons at a time and drive it back to the shop. I want to be pretty careful filling it for the first time. I don't really have a way to have the normal pop off of the fill nozzle. Filling by hand may not be all that accurate if I fill the dead air space that the nozzle would leave. This tank is a tough build and takes a lot of stainless and machined parts - so not very cheap to make. I have templates for cutting the pieces. There is about 20 feet of welded seams. Be patient.........

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Used white vinegar to clean the carpet on the passenger side, and am exploring options for an engine/transmission swap this summer. Also reinstalled my previously frozen battery and managed to drop a 13mm socket onto the frame in the process; it took me about twenty minutes to get it out. Grr.
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Had my poor car towed to a pep boys after the nicely up kept nyc area roads decided that a pothole wanted to eat and chew up my tire
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Center console skeleton repair with epoxy and redrilling of the left side screw holes under the ash tray. Installed rebuilt shifter console and a smart battery tender.

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I had my SpinTech muffler welded up to the flange and exhaust tips last night. Went for a trial fit this morning and everything went in perfectly!
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Yesterday I was driving home and the sun was getting low. My visibility was completely blocked a few times as the sunlight hit the dirty film on the inside of my windows. I don't smoke so I don't know how this stuff builds up. Anyway, I cleaned my windows.
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Installed a 195 thermostat in the 3800. The gage is now reading a 1/4 of the way from the left(cold) instead of being just off of the first few lines on the left. Should have some real heat now. LOL
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Pulled out the e3 spark plugs the previous owner put in and installed some ngk ones... Now I just need the ambition since it needs an oil change to drop the pan and see if it infact has an ari engine kit and the wrong flex plate or if it is just a plain jane 2.8 and I was mislead when I purchased it
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Pulled the center console and sent it off to Amida in Seattle for recovering to match my G1 dash and the G1 door skins that he's working on.
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Since I was iced/snowed in early today, it was an opportunity to start cleaning the project car carpet. Once I get finished and install a new console skeleton, I can start reassembling the vehicle.

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It's an absolutely beautiful day here in Dallas (right at 70*), so I swapped out the fuel injectors today. I did the fuel pump last week and decided to put in a set of rebuilt injectors to round things out. In the process I discovered the EGR tube was completely sheared off at the plenum. Luckily (!?) the tube and the plenum gasket were packed solid with carbon, so no vacuum leak. I just ordered a new one from Rodney, so next week I'll have a new project to do.
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Locked my keys in the car and finally fixed the horn contact/relay
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