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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Caliper Rebuild (unplanned)
(88 2M4)




(A bear and a half breaking the piston loose)



Had an extra caliper rebuild kit/piston seal. Wire wheeled the piston and repacked the slider. Good for a temporary fix. New piston, rebuild kit, brakes, slider seals & rotors on the way.
Rebuilt this over a year ago, but looks like I pinched the piston seal. Oooops.
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I stole the wheels off my wife's Sunfire , put them on my 87 and drove about 120 miles round trip
to the Mendon dust off . That's only 80 miles short of what I got to drive it all last year
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I watched my odometer hit 80,000.

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Installed new sunroof hardware from the Fiero Store. Also installed new ABS headliner and sunvisors from the Fiero Store. Replaced the 3rd brake light while I was in there. Accomplished some troubleshooting in the horrendous electrical mess that is the front of my Fiero, but I got one headlight working 100% and the other goes down now but won't pop back up still - need to work more on that. Got the radiator fan to work so long as the A/C is running - that's also on the short list for the weekend along with the A/C blower. I'm on a business trip the whole week, so I won't get to do squat till Saturday.
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Once upon a time this was a Fiero wiring harness....



Pulling this apart (and the Cadillac harness), getting all the wiring ready for the 4.9L swap.
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Changed the fuel filter and cleaned the idle valve on the 88.
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I recharged my A/C today. It's blowing cold again. 42 degrees at the vent.
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Changed the fuel filter.
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First cruise night of the year!
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Fired it up, wheeled her out, hosed her off, and spent the day looking for a deal on nitto tires.

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Fired it up, wheeled her out, hosed her off, and spent the day looking for a deal on nitto tires.



Which spoiler is that?!
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Which spoiler is that?!


fiero warehouse.



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I'm diggin in. I'll have to put that on my wishlist... Great looking car by the way!
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I replaced the right door popper solenoid for the shaved door handles. Installed a new steering dampener and of course went for a cruise

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Went to the Gilmore Car Museum. Caravaned with Snapperhead, met some nice Fiero People.
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I pulled the speedo cluster out to reinstall the tach needle that decided to fall off yesterday. While I was in there, I also re-wired the coolant temp gauge so it doesn't spike when you start the car (I got tired of whacking the dash to drop the needle back down).
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Yeah! Got my exhaust installed... Drove over fifty miles yesterday! Feels good to have her back on the road.
Exhaust Note Fiero Store Ocelot... No Cat

No haters for the no cat install. Ohio has no emissions requirements for cars over 25 years of age. I look at it this way; my 1930 Ford Model A had no emissions, my 1965 Impala had no emissions. When I owned these vehicles no one gave me crap about them not having cats. Those who say it is too loud and you are going to get a ticket, or that it strongly smells of fuel, or you have no power/ back pressure, have never had or drove a catless Fiero.

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Fixed my broken trunk light, using this method:

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/A...060206-2-068175.html

Should have done that long ago - I really got tired of looking at the broken lens sitting there at a weird angle!

More substantive work: I recovered my headliner with new fabric, installed new 4x6 rear speakers, installed fresh recovered sunvisors and replaced both rear calipers with new. Car stops better than it ever has!
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My pit crew and I did some clean up work today.






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Completely stripped down the mera..
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Took the 88 out for a cruise tonight. It's still a lot of fun after all these years.
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Drove my 5-spd '88 Formula for the first time at an autocross event (after using my 5-spd '84 duke for the last four years). I like the increase in power, but the soft suspension needs some tweaking. Lots of fun though.

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I made a video.

https://www.youtube.com/wat...6S0sBqB-v1gFK0rdxOdQ

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Got my Fiero Fiberglass side scoops installed today. Jimmy S makes a quality product! Easy to install and a great fit right out of the box!



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Got all brake parts in except for the AC Delco rotors, (due in Wednesday). New piston was just a bit too wide. Had to polish and reuse the old one. The pins on the new brake hardware were too short. I made some new ones from 1/4" carriage bolts. At least rebuilt the sliders and new brake pads. Never had a problem with Rock Auto before, but this one was a 50% bust.
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Catch up from this weekend: new black carpet and floor mats. Worked on the lights and narrowed issue to a bad relay on one side, I believe.

Today: dynamat installed on inside of firewall, Fiero Store 6.5 inch behind the seat speaker panels installed. Didn't quite get to actually putting the speakers in the holes, though. Ran out of light.
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Completed install of the 120 MPH gauges, aux. cluster and one of my modded radios in my '85 GT

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Installed wheel well splash guard on passenger side. Next will be the drivers side.
Gotta find time.
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Installing the new exhaust right now. Already built the Y-pipe and run it down through the catalytic converter. Just figuring out the muffler hook up (Jones Full Boar).


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Started putting my daughters car back to one color.
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Cleaned out the mouse nest that caught on fire in my hvac system. Luckily the damage was minimal.

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Bolted in the cradle and started hooking all the little fiddly things back up. I hope I get her back on the road this week.

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Double post, sorry.

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Repaired the brake light switch.

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I spent all day testing my cruise control system that doesn't work. I followed seven pages of Alldata Pro flow charts and everything tested good. What frustrating day. Ug!
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Started putting my daughters car back to one color.


Wow that looks great. Have any more pics of the process?
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Replaced the o2 sensor and TCC solenoid in the Indy today:

Pretty sure it's original:





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I sealed a leaking fuel pump block off on my sbc Fiero Saturday. Lets see if that was the messy leak or is it a crank seal like first thought.
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Installed the new powder coated valve covers. It was more of a job than I expected, even with the upper and middle intake off. She's going back together a little at a time,
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Well I replaced the crank seal and balancer today on my v8 86. I sure hope it seals. The crank seal was almost a slip fit in the timing cover. I lubed it up with some rtv and put it together. I guess if it starts leaking again I will have to replace the timing cover with a better unit.

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