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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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I agree. Nice tail lights.
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What color blue is that?


I think it's tarp blue.

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I was testing my lights, found mine has a lazy eye. Right side didn't open 3 times in a row. Opened hood, checked door, then opened fine. Guess it's time to replace/rebuild the motor.
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made it naked almost.








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Tested my new buckets that are in production ....



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One side of the exhaust ported and ready to go back on...finally.

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Dew wipes.

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Paint. And it passes the 10 foot test, not to shabby for a windy day in North Texas.
(Dew Wipes needs to be high on my list!)

OK, on a MAC, and tried Google Drive as well as flickr. I'll figure out pics (PM's Welcome) and then try again.


Think I got it! - from a borrowed PC

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Little bits at a time.

Used a grinding wheel to get the rust off, primed, then re-painted to seal the metal.


Work in progress. This was under the nose. Going to finish this tonight and probably prime/paint it tomorrow. (Need to put up a makeshift spray booth first. Too late to start that.)
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Took it for a trip around the neighborhood. Got it parked in the garage the other way from what it has been so I can change whe passenger dew wipe and broken right rear wheel stud. Also found I still have an oil leak from the turbo oil return line. I thought I had it fixed...
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Found the right ratchet and socket combo at Lowe's to get to the back seat bolts, so the driver's seat/carpet is out! Unfortunately, quite a bit of rust. Mostly surface rust, but that rear drain "plug" is gone. Now I gotta research the best way to fix the rust, weld in replacement floor pans...not quite sure I want to post a pic, it's ugly!
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`Well my interior is almost finished. Today I just installed my new door panels. From Russ88TTop-Door panels, floor mats, and sun visors. From TXGOOD-center console items.
And from Mr. Mike-seats. Here are a few pictures






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Finally got the car out for the summer! Washed it up and took it for a rip.

Chased down a Jaguar F Type - S onto the highway and could hang with it when he floored it
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`Well my interior is almost finished. Today I just installed my new door panels. From Russ88TTop-Door panels, floor mats, and sun visors. From TXGOOD-center console items.
And from Mr. Mike-seats. Here are a few pictures










New door panels? Do tell!
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Took it out yesterday to cruise around..



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The Indy got the following: Plugs, wires, cap, rotor, oil, oil filter, air filter, PCV, and oil breather. Also checked and topped off oil, transmission oil, radiator, my Shamrock shake low light, and cleaned the inside of my TBI. She runs smooth as butter!
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Reconditioned the metal plate that goes under the front bumper. Sealed with paint. Working on getting the spare tire tub out and fenders off so I can check for rust/corrosion. I don't expect any, but, you never know.
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`Well my interior is almost finished. Today I just installed my new door panels. From Russ88TTop-Door panels, floor mats, and sun visors. From TXGOOD-center console items.
And from Mr. Mike-seats. Here are a few pictures










I like the center console with the cup holders
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Originally posted by notwohorns:

`Well my interior is almost finished. Today I just installed my new door panels. From Russ88TTop-Door panels, floor mats, and sun visors. From TXGOOD-center console items.
And from Mr. Mike-seats. Here are a few pictures










I like the center console with the cup holders
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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw

Started it for the first time this year, had to charge the battery after the long cold winter but she started right up, moved it 3' and shut it off after realizing my safety inspection sticker expired last year. Now tomorrow I have to call and get an appointment to get it inspected before I can drive her. or chance getting a ticket.

Soon as the registration runs out this year I have got to register as an antique, then I don't have to do the safety inspection, I can if I want to and always try to make sure everything is safe but getting that inspection appointment every year is a pain.

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Gave my car a full tune-up. It's never ran so good. Just like a new one. Icm / cap / rotor / wires / spark plugs / PC valve / fuel filter / cleaned throttle body. All a/c delco . And all I had was 2 bad plug wires.
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Tub is out. Have more work to do. >:[
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Cleaned and painted drop spindles for the Indy. Machined the rotors and repacked the bearings with grease. All assembled and ready to go:
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Removed my leaking driver side axle seal. Actually came apart quite easily. Promptly managed to dent the new one putting it in just one of those days... at least it came out well too. Time for a break.

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Washed, waxed, and vacuumed it. Then I'm currently working on fixing the B-Pillar speaker grill because it's loose and vibrating. Tomorrow I should be installing a Firebird radio and ditching the cheesy aftermarket one.
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Drove it to work! good chance ill get it out tomorrow...

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Removed my leaking driver side axle seal. Actually came apart quite easily. Promptly managed to dent the new one putting it in just one of those days... at least it came out well too. Time for a break.



Yay, got the new seal in with everything back together. And there was much rejoicing!

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Adjusted passenger front fender after someone backed into the front bumper cover on the passenger side. Cleaned and siliconed the sunroof seal.
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I think I finally have the oil leak on the 88 fixed. Also fixed the broken wheel stud on the right rear. All that's left is to replace the passenger dew wipe and an alignment. Then it's on to fixing up the Indy Fiero.

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Drove it like I stole it!!



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12.840 @ 104.80 MPH Intense-Racing 1.9 rockers, 3" exhaust, 3.4 pulley, ZZP tune and 18 year old tires.

88 Coupe under construction

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Washed it with temperature at 50. Last night every bird within 100 miles took a dump on my Fiero, I swear I have never seen that much bird poop on a car and I have been here for 72 years. I knew I could not let it dry as I think it would have damaged the paint. I had to wash it twice to get it all off. DARN BIRDS.
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Figured out that my temp gauge is 30°± higher than actual operating temp. And my cooling fan actually kicks on when it's supposed too.

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Installed the passenger side dew wipe.
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Installed new brake master cylinder as the old one had started leaking. Also bled the entire system with the fresh Dot 3, old stuff was starting to look like apple cider!
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I drove it 104 miles to my brother in-law for Easter. Went into the house for a minute and my brother in-law wanted to see my car. So we went out to look at it and what did I see? A puddle of coolant under it. Looked and found a pin hole in the radiator. Now what do I do being 104 miles from home? I went up to Wal-Mart and bought some J-B weld. Couldn't really clean up the area on the radiator because of ribs built on the radiator. Did the best I could and slapped on a bunch of J-B weld. I thought no way of making it home with out problems. After Easter dinner we took off for home. Made it all the way. Checked when we got home and the J-B weld held. Boy, did I luck out or what.
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Had family over, so I straightened out the garage and bought wheels.



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dropped the motor and tranny today to replace the weak 4T60 with a good one.......I hope.

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Drove it like I stole it!!





Looks like Byron!

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I installed the new rear calipers I bought a few years ago for my '88. Car now stops better than its ever done since I owned it! Old sliders were pretty much stuck.
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