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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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Originally posted by sco77:

Took it out yesterday to cruise around..






Person at car show: "Oh, look. It's one of those sweet little Fieros. Ain't it cute and what's the hood up for? It's only got a little V-siiiiiiii.............ZOOOOOH MY GOD!!!!! "

Can anyone say sleeper?

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Friend and I swapped out both trans mounts and the engine mount.

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Got cabin fever and went for a ride this evening. Darned 3800 seems to foul plugs all the time. Went to Plainfield Ave to try to get rid of the miss. Saw two Fieors. Both White in driveways. One was Tims and one was Daves.
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Got to take her out for the first time this year. Nothing fell off after the servicing that I did, so all in all a good day! I love my car.
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Originally posted by kyunderdawg:

Friend and I swapped out both trans mounts and the engine mount.


How hard was it to do, I'm going to be doing this next month.

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Took her out and set her straight ( alignment ) LoL. Almost ready for a busy car show schedule this year.


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How hard was it to do, I'm going to be doing this next month.


About the same as any other car, the transmission mounts are a little bit harder due to the angle that they sit. A lot easier to do if you have a hoist, but it can be done 1 side at a time with jacks and a piece of 2x6.


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About the same as any other car, the transmission mounts are a little bit harder due to the angle that they sit. A lot easier to do if you have a hoist, but it can be done 1 side at a time with jacks and a piece of 2x6.



DING, DING, DING ! ! ! We have a winner.

It was a bit of pain though, but it's a whole lot stiffer and I got rid of the annoying "clunk" sound when I put it in gear.
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My daughter had a small accident with her 88 formula.
So we spent the weekend tearin it down to see what we could fix.
I still need a bumper cover.


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Replaced the speakers in my 87 GT. This thing still had the original speakers... and most still worked! Of course, the sound quality was absolutely terrible.
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Replaced the speakers in my 87 GT. This thing still had the original speakers... and most still worked! Of course, the sound quality was absolutely terrible.


I did that last week! 4 new Pioneer speakers and a new stereo! Now I can actually listen to music in the car off of my phone! And they sound amazing!!!
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Woohoo! I just got my Mr. Mike's seats installed! I've been waiting since Christmas to install them!


On a side note, Amazing job on the seat covers Mr. Mike. Not only the quality work on the covers, but the tutorial and complete package of items included with the seat covers. Thank you!
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Installed my new rfid push button start, keyless entry and security system. Very nice now it will be ready for the new bezel I've been working on when it's finished.

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Steel vacuum lines installed. New IAC valve installed. Got too excited and put the newly painted plenum on without the MAP sensor and the lines running to it. Got frustrated and stopped for the night. I am easily distracted.

ABS headliner, sun visors and brackets came in the mail today, though
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Fired up my 86 GT for the first time this year to get it out of winter storage. It stalled a couple times which is very unusual and the idle speed was hunting all over the place. No codes so I suspected an ignition problem and started by taking off the distributor cap. Anybody see what's wrong?



Four of the arms on the rotating portion are physically gone, and one of the stator arms is bent! Oh, and there was a pile of rusty bits in the bottom of the distributor. It's incredible it ran at all! Good thing I have a spare parts engine sitting around for just these kinds of occasions. Here's a new one for reference (not mine):



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Fired up my 86 GT for the first time this year to get it out of winter storage. It stalled a couple times which is very unusual and the idle speed was hunting all over the place. No codes so I suspected an ignition problem and started by taking off the distributor cap. Anybody see what's wrong?



Four of the arms on the rotating portion are physically gone, and one of the stator arms is bent! Oh, and there was a pile of rusty bits in the bottom of the distributor. It's incredible it ran at all! Good thing I have a spare parts engine sitting around for just these kinds of occasions. Here's a new one for reference (not mine):




I can't believe it ran!

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Changed the CAT last night. NOS Rodney Dickman CAT from a fellow PFF member.


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After.... (Just need to get it welded.)

Definitely noticeable difference. We'll see what the gas mileage does now.
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What did I do to my fiero today, you ask ? I stared at it to make sure it is not a dream. Finally found the perfect one, , 1988 factory t-top ( #186 in registry ) GT , two owner , 5-speed, PW&L, 74K, in Medium red. After 16 hours on the road, it is sitting in my garage. This summer is gonna rock.
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Today I dreamed about all the stuff I'm going to do to my fiero when I get back from Korea the month after next...
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What did I do to my fiero today, you ask ? I stared at it to make sure it is not a dream. Finally found the perfect one, , 1988 factory t-top ( #186 in registry ) GT , two owner , 5-speed, PW&L, 74K, in Medium red. After 16 hours on the road, it is sitting in my garage. This summer is gonna rock.


Congratulations!
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Started ripping my interior apart...
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Picked up a good decklid for the Indy!
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Replaced the rear struts today, not as hard as I thought it would be but still a nice load of work. Also replaced the right side engine mount while the strut was removed, it was still a PIA!
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I shaved the ignition cylinder mounting boss off the column, plugged the hole and prepping for paint. Should be back together Sunday. I also ordered a new set of shaved door lock solenoids as mine were starting to act up

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Today I installed new inner and outer dew wipes on the 86GT courtesy of seajai.
I cleaned and greased all of the window tracks in order to make things operate smoother and faster, and I cleaned and greased the latch/lock mechanism as well so that the locks would operate.

I installed replacement front Kenwood 4x10 speakers from seajai's old dash from his 88 GT, and then figured out how to wire in four relays to make the power windows go up/down like they should. I'll be performing that modification sometime during the next week or so.

Thanks a bunch to seajai for all of his help today.
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Today:

*Inner and outer dew wipes installed on driver's side. Took forever to get the window inboard/outboard adjustment right - not sure why since everything was marked where it was.
*IAT sensor changed out
*First drive since the steel vacuum lines, plugs, wires, distributor cap, EGR, IAC replaced
*Would not stay running after startup - Found MAP sensor unplugged (durrr...)
*Appears that my high idle problem was solved (yay!)
*Car overheated while idling in my driveway (boo!)
*Followed procedure to "burp" the cooling system - seemed to stay cool afterwards (yay!)
*Found small, but vigorous coolant leak coming from one of the throttle body lines - will fix this week (boo!).
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Nothing at all
Can't get any kind of help to do anything with my Fiero here in Florida....So I am thinking about selling it.
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Nothing at all
Can't get any kind of help to do anything with my Fiero here in Florida....So I am thinking about selling it.


Bummer. What kind of help do you need? What's wrong with it?

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*Inner and outer dew wipes installed on driver's side. Took forever to get the window inboard/outboard adjustment right - not sure why since everything was marked where it was.


That's odd...
I've never installed dew wipes in a Fiero before.
seajai helped me out this weekend. Showed me how to do one side, hands-on, and then I did the other door.
Took about 45 minutes per door to dismantle, clean and grease all the slides, and the latch/lock assembly and reassemble the door with the new dew wipes.

We removed the lift stops at the top of the doors, and the rear rail. That was all we took out. The glass lifted up and we slid it all the way straight back as far as it would go.

Reassembly was just as easy and the rear rail slid right into place. Got all four bolts started, lined it up, and then tightened one bolt up. Everything else was still in line without issue.
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Sold my old BMW so the Fiero got insurance back on it for summer!
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I stared at mine and tried to come up with a game plan on my missing first gear in my 125 and wrong flex plate while I am trying to figure out what I'm gonna do with my camaro that decided to spit out 2 freeze plugs on the block that I was planning on getting out of storage for the season
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What did I do to my fiero today, you ask ? I stared at it to make sure it is not a dream. Finally found the perfect one, , 1988 factory t-top ( #186 in registry ) GT , two owner , 5-speed, PW&L, 74K, in Medium red. After 16 hours on the road, it is sitting in my garage. This summer is gonna rock.


Sounds like a real nice car.
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Started buffing my new rims. and took off the old tires

Thought about tires, and center caps.

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Just got the furious fuchsia Fiero back from paint. Haven't had any sun lately so really curious to see it in the sun. Lots of metallic and pearl in the pink and black. My painted said this is the first and last Fiero he will ever do. Apparently there are way too many parts to shoot. He did it with the car completely apart since it was a color change. Now the long process of making it a driving car again......... I only took it apart 6 years ago..... not sure what happened to all the parts.


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Finally got the right gasket to finish the new water pump install.

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Ordered all the parts for my custom exhaust for the 4.9 swap (Cat, Muffler, Pipes, etc). Opted for a Jones Full Boar Muffler...
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Took delivery of an '88 Cradle today. Second half of a two-part shipment.

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Rebuilt the passenger side headlight motor. Green crap everywhere! Cleaned, put back together, now the limit switch won't engage. Seems I put it back together wrong. Going to pull it apart and inspect again tomorrow after work.
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Replaced cracked front side marker lights with FieroStore ones; need to polish them a bit to match the rest of the beltline.
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