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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Took my seats back out and installed the fiero tracks on them after a lot of cleaning and oiling.... Much better height now... Replaced the pump motor on passenger side and repaired a broken wire from the harness I had to build for it so now the bolsters work on drivers and passenger seats... Then I wiped down the interior to clean the years of yuck out of it
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The wind shredded my car cover so I went out and gathered the pieces and removed the whole thing from my parts car. Now I need to either buy another cover, part it out, or try to get it running. It doesn't look good sitting in the driveway as is.
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Got the console skeleton out in one piece. Got the auto shifter out and the cable, plus the ecm and wiring. Not a whole hell of a lot, but its progress.
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Installed the new stage 3 clutch on my 4.9 build. Engine is now back on the cradle.
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Sorted through a pile of parts from the Caddy to see which ones were needed and which weren't required for the 4.9L swap. Basically a clean up...you really end up with a pile of junk when you start pulling stuff off the engine getting it ready to go in.. Then started building the exhaust. Just working on the crossover right now.
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Removed the middle intake and cleaned the lower intake. Removed the front exhaust manifold for porting and installed studs. I got lucky all of the old bolts and old studs came out with out breaking.

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Pulled off the 18" TSW wheels and put the 14" alloys back on after checking the adjustment of the wheel bearings. I may be replacing the wheel bearings and seal's when I do the brakes next month. Also noticed the shocks were shot so I ordered them today. Now I have a pretty good idea why the bigger wheels were a bear to drive with!
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Replaced the fuel pressure gauge.

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Finished replacing rear tri-link pieces and most of the hardware tonight. Biggest project I've tackled myself on this car, so I am happy.

Driver side sucked, on the control arm I barbecued a bushing and still had to do some drilling (lost a few bits in the process) because the bolt fused to the sleeve. Then I got sick last weekend so I doused everything on the passenger side with PB Blaster while I was out. Came home from work tonight, everything broke-loose nicely and I replaced everything, then cleaned piles of grease thrown from a leaking CV boot (from a few years ago) and cleaned a few other things while I was in there - found the frame rot isn't bad and the cradle is actually pretty clean. Calling the shop whenever I wake up later for the alignment. Old pieces need to go out for core refund, too.










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Cool, are those new parts?

I have new-in-the-box trailing arms but need a source for the lateral and adjusting arms. Either that, or just the bushings.

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I put the battery in her started her up and gave her a good look over to get her ready to sale.

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Well Thursday I got it to crank and run for the first time in who knows how many years since I bought it. Last night I patched a coolant tube until I can figure out how to get the replacement in. Today I will take it on a drive to test it out!
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Just washed the Fiero for the first time. Been sitting in the garage since October without a good bath. Not that the faded burgandy paint looks great, but at least it is clean. Also cleaned up the engine compartment. Major improvement.

Just got the lower ground effect and quarter panel off. There was one rivet at the bottom. Drilled that out, now I can get the water separator out and do some more cleaning.

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not sure if it's allowed, being 2 days behind, but I installed my new LED taillights from Chris at Embrace Racing Thursday night and bought and installed the new flasher module for them yesterday after work...








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Cool, are those new parts?

I have new-in-the-box trailing arms but need a source for the lateral and adjusting arms. Either that, or just the bushings.


It is this kit off eBay; blasted and painted with new bushings pressed in. I believe he sells the bushings by themselves, too.
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Put the amp and sup back in.....



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Loaded the fiero on the trailer to go to Daytona tomorrow.
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Here's the current state of the Fiero! Its the first time I've posted my car on the forum. Me and dad put lowering ball joints, adjustable upper ball joints and new shocks on it over the weekend. We're still waiting on the Zero-lash end links because the wrong links were sent but it was an honest mistake Then I went ahead and put my new wheels and tires on it. They're XXR 521's wrapped in Cooper Zeon RS3-A tires! I'm taking it to cars and coffee in Baltimore for the first time on the 29th.

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I got some new shoes 19" Axis wheels 19x8 and 19x9.5 . I needed a new strut so I had them put one on and they forgot to hang the brake line on the stut and it rubbed the rim and put a hole in the brake line. I got off the freeway and hit my brakes and I did not have any so I took a very hard right on to the street and coasted to a stop hart pounding. I got lucky the car handles well. It took 10 minutes to calm back down. They sent a tow truck to pic the car back up and take it to the shop to fix the damage and give me the other stut for the other side for my trouble.
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I got some new shoes 19" Axis wheels 19x8 and 19x9.5 . I needed a new strut so I had them put one on and they forgot to hang the brake line on the stut and it rubbed the rim and put a hole in the brake line. I got off the freeway and hit my brakes and I did not have any so I took a very hard right on to the street and coasted to a stop hart pounding. I got lucky the car handles well. It took 10 minutes to calm back down. They sent a tow truck to pic the car back up and take it to the shop to fix the damage and give me the other stut for the other side for my trouble.


Been there before but my own stupid fault. Hopefully you didn't get brake fluid on the paint.

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While preparing the car for Daytona, I tried to start it and went from lights on to an electrically dead vehicle. I hope that it is just a battery issue since I have a new one in the basement. Charging both the old battery and the spare as this is being written. The installed battery checks out good wrt cranking amps and voltage. Now comes the search for the real issue. I do not want to swap vehicles at this stage of the game or give up on the Daytona trip but that is a possibility.

I resolved the car issue this morning and was ready to head to Daytona tomorrow with a clean and polished car. Unfortunately I will now be a "no show" due to attending a funeral several hundred miles south of the car show. I hope that everyone has an excellent show with decent weather.

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Washed and polished/waxed it.









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Washed and polished/waxed it.











Kolja...Looking Awesome! You seeing any of those low flying helicopters...with the DOD drills down there?
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I got some new shoes 19" Axis wheels 19x8 and 19x9.5 . I needed a new strut so I had them put one on and they forgot to hang the brake line on the stut and it rubbed the rim and put a hole in the brake line. I got off the freeway and hit my brakes and I did not have any so I took a very hard right on to the street and coasted to a stop hart pounding. I got lucky the car handles well. It took 10 minutes to calm back down. They sent a tow truck to pic the car back up and take it to the shop to fix the damage and give me the other stut for the other side for my trouble.


Nice wheels kurt !

Look similar to my HRE wheels.

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I got some new shoes 19" Axis wheels 19x8 and 19x9.5 . I needed a new strut so I had them put one on and they forgot to hang the brake line on the stut and it rubbed the rim and put a hole in the brake line. I got off the freeway and hit my brakes and I did not have any so I took a very hard right on to the street and coasted to a stop hart pounding. I got lucky the car handles well. It took 10 minutes to calm back down. They sent a tow truck to pic the car back up and take it to the shop to fix the damage and give me the other stut for the other side for my trouble.


Nice looking ride. I really like your rockers, are those one off custom? Almost looks like another GT rocker was used, upside down maybe?

Also do you have any tricks to getting it on a tow truck? Flatbed, I'm assuming. Any time I need to get mine towed they bring a couple boards but each driver does it different, and none of them around here seem to know what they are doing. Some time this spring I will be installing my fiberglass 512 bumper from Amida, and I cringe at the possibility of having to get it towed at some point, so I'd like to be prepared and either carry some boards in the car, or know the best method in advance so I can instruct them.

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Installed two new rear tie-rod outers on the 86GT...

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Replaced the fuel pump:
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For some reason, this looks photoshopped to me (look at the bottom of the rear bumper). Also, the color of the ground effects doesn't match the rest of the car.

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It is not photo shopped. The ipad did not do well for a photo. The ground effexs that are my creation are rattle can so they don't match.
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I would like to see a picture of the rear please and thank you!
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I detailed 4 tires and cleaned my wheel Wells. Electric tooth brush does wonders with tire jell. Tomorrow it gets washed and detailed for Daytona on Saturday.
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went to visit my baby in storage make sure there are no flat tires, planning to bring her home next week or two. will be time to replace the crappy 4T60 in it now, install the Truelo intake and headers, magnaflow cat do a proper dyno tune, install the addco bars, and charge the A/C. will be ready in plenty of time for the Frazee trip.


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Installed summer wheels & tires. Lubed front suspension. Oil change, with synthetic oil. Installed new exhaust gasket and missing nut. Boy was that a lot of fun with no room to get a socket on the nut .
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Replaced the front shocks today, they only lasted 29 years. They were shocks in name only!
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