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

Locked my keys in the car and finally fixed the horn contact/relay


You replaced the relay or fixed it?


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Installed some new rear speakers, going to replace fronts again with something else because I am not happy with the sound.

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Did an oil change.... Dropped the pan and discovered I do infact have a stroker kit in it like I was told when I bought the car/ unfortunately also have the wrong flex plate installed to go with it.... Tightened down some bolts that were either loose or vibrated loose..... Now I just need to get the funds together to start picing together what I need for a 4t60 swap I guess so I can replace the flex plate and slipping tranny all in one shot
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Didn't get to do any work on the car itself, but may have found a donor for my 3800SC Series II.
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Yesterday I put the ac/heater control out of my parts car in my car. The radiator fan wouldn't come on with the air conditioner and I found a burnt circuit on the original one . Another thing I can check off the list. Today I'm going to start installing the new carpet. I got tired of waiting for warmer weather cause I don't have a heated garage, so I'm using a torpedo heater.
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Requested a quote for parts...

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Originally posted by BrittB:


You replaced the relay or fixed it?



Well the horn was missing the spring so I used an ink pens' spring and the relay was loose with a hole in it (still usable). Hit my head on the heater core when I put it in cause the nail contact point wasn't low enough and it blared like nobodies business.
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Replaced the trunk side exhaust manifold gasket and installed a new EGR tube and a low-temp fan switch from Rodney. She's getting there.....slowly, but surely!
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Removing the engine seems like its taking forever because it is. Nuts came off the front easily, back bolt drives side came out easy so I thought piece of cake. never should have said that, passenger side locked up tight. I drill the head off. Lowered it to drop the cradle, drivers side front bolt bound up in the rubber. Maybe tomorrow.
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Replaced the lower radiator support brackets that rusted thru, replacement front bumper, and the radiator fan. Noticed a little bit of rust on the cradle, so I decided to have a look at the frame rails. Pulled the cracked rear drivers side splash guard and the frame rails are nice and purty! Next to no rust. Same with the trunk corners. No rust. Wish I could say the same about the floor pan. CRUSTY!!! HELP!!!
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I actually drove it!!!! for the first time since October.
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Installed my Amida subwoofer console and armrest. Those factory seats need to go, Mr Mike it's time.

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Installed my Amida subwoofer console and armrest. Those factory seats need to go, Mr Mike it's time.




When you're ready to sell the skins Let Me Know.
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When you're ready to sell the skins Let Me Know.


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Changed out the license plate lights after being tailgated by a police officer for a quarter mile and FINALLY pulled over. Claimed he pulled me over for the lights, but I have a suspicion he pulled me over for being a teenager driving a sports car. Whatever. All fixed now.
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Today I put my seats back in my fiero after installing new carpet. I followed the advice of putting the new over the old. I had a heck of a time trying to get the nuts over the studs. The new carpet had a padding under it and it made the studs too short. I wasn't about to pull the new carpet to remove some of the backing. I fought and fought with the nuts trying to get them on. Finally I got my three foot screw driver and was able to put enough pressure on the rails to be able to start the nuts. What a job, but it is done
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Bought a sunroof panel and sunroof for my 88 coupe.

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Just adjusted the headlamps.
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Replaced a balljoint that I just replaced in July thanks to brooklyn craters in the road.... Tightened down my driver wheel bearing.... Went ahead and ordered inner/outer tie rods front and back and rack bushing since I can't find a rebuilt rack anywhere because the crater also caused some play in the rack so now is a good time to rebuild it... And spent a cpl hours online looking for a th440 tranny to swap in
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Got some Center Console Skeleton parts in the mold waiting for the silicone rubber to cure then will pour the resin tonight.

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Replace headlight and washed the K & N air filter. I moved the K & N air filter out of the wheel well where it sucks up a lot of dirt and into an area that will not get all the road crap.
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Finished bushings, ball joints, tie rod on left side. Cleaned and painted arms and area. Now to freeze arse off with right side.

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Picked up a spare hood, $10. For experimenting with hood scoops.
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Put in new seats from junk yard and cleaned the carpets (Daily Driver) 1987 Silver GT
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Put it on skates, pushed it out of the garage, and started it up for the first time this year. Other than a dead battery, purred like a very loud angry kitten!!!

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Replace the fuse for power locks. (my son had held the button down too long)
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Got all my parts in today to work on my steering rack( new inner/outer tierods,bellows, bushing, and damper) new rear inner/outer
Masked off and painted stuff to match the rest if the stuff I sprayed
Now tomorrow I buck up and start tearing stuff out of the car / clean and spray the rack and hope the mount bushings are still good or venture to the parts store to see what I can scrounge up to work
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Ordered my stage 3 clutch.
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Glued a yellow hotwheel Fiero over top of the radio surround. This part was originally painted black by a PO. I needed something to cover a quarter sized imperfection on the paint job. 1 Fiero hotwheel and some hot melt glue and presto the imperfection is gone! This will do until I find a better gray radio surround plastic piece!
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I muśt finished installing an iPod jack into my stock radio. I'll test it with an expendable radio tomorrow.




If this works, it will be awesome.

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Got my rack pulled and rebuilt sitting on my kitchen table... Tomorrow I get to put it back in and do a home alignment till I can get it into a shop
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Still trying to find my barn that has the Fiero in it? SNOW

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Replaced both headlamp motors + gave it a start.

Replacing most of the rear tri-link components next, I expect those to arrive tomorrow or Friday.
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Not my Fiero, but my son's, and not today, but yesterday. I had a hose clamp bust on one of the coolant hoses. Lost all my coolant and had to pull over on the interstate. Thank God I had an extra clamp in the trunk. I repaired it on the side of the road, and just as I finished, the V-Dot truck pulled up and topped me off with water. Tomorrow I will drain the water and fill her back up with 50/50.

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Picked up a rebuilt Camaro rack for my power steering conversion & stripped down an extra crossmember, ready to make the mounts this weekend.
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Washed it and installed a 19" wiper blade on the passenger side.
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Took the camaro seats from my camaro out of the fiero and installed a pair of big headrest lt1 style transam seats w/ lumbar control...
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Started going through her new engine!

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Yesterday I went out to Harbor Freight in York, PA (spotted a red notchie on 30 with custom wheels) and got the wheel dollies so I can move the Fiero. Now it's on the other side of the garage and I have so much room! I also put on the replacement hood and fender, looks like a Fiero again!
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