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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Cleaned her up and just got back from a joy ride. Had her out on I 95 doing just over 100 mph. Why did they stop making these cars again? This images is larger than 153600 bytes. Click to view.
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Changed the seat covers to practically new covers I bought on the forum. Pics later
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Oil change.
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Drove her to work and back again. Sometimes it's the simple things.

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Well this is what I did yesterday which was get the door lock replaced in the driver's door...after having the door apart for over a week to find out it needed it, get the part ordered, etc. Now I don't have to climb across from the passenger side when unlocking the door!

Oh, and I cleaned the door panel with Scrubbing Bubbles and Resolve while I had everything apart.

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Believe it or not I washed some horse poop off of it. (yesterday)

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Believe it or not I washed some horse poop off of it. (yesterday)



Welcome home 2.5. You guys are awesome.

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I built the first piece of my air intake system for the 4.9 swap. Started with building the 2" spacer that goes on the throttle body. Fits perfectly.
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I built a full stainless exhaust for my 3800, With a lot of help from someone who knew what he was doing
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I picked my Fiero up from the shop after getting it inspected, put the tags on it and drove it for the first time in a year. Today was a good day!
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Took her to a "show and tell" car gathering in Jupiter Fl. Had a great time. Only Fiero there ever. Seems like everyone knew someone who had one 25 years ago.This images is larger than 153600 bytes. Click to view.
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Hey wayneman,I go to cardinal spring training games every year and eat at that restaurant across the street from your car.Will have to look you up next year.Its neat to go to car shows and have the only fiero there,I get a lot of response at the car shows in St.Louis
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I just got home from Houston and had a big box from Rodney waiting for me. I spent some time on a few easy things......replaced the temp sensor plug, added the shims for the oil cap & Getrag dipstick and installed new ashtray bulbs (let there be light....sort of!).

I'm off to Austin for a week, so the new front speakers will have to wait until next weekend.

I also got my new Ram clutch kit from Jeg's and all new coolant hoses (from Rodney) to go with a bunch of other parts I've been stockpiling......time to start thinking about pulling the engine, I guess.
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Got my headlight H4 upgrade about halfway done.

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Rebuilt the drivers side headlight motor using a TFS kit, works like a dream! I followed the Buddy Craig videos on You Tube and it went off trouble free.
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Got some Console Skeleton pieces cast today....And possibly some done tomorrow for my Center Console Skeleton project.

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I installed a new radiator fan, a new steering damper, cleaned the trunk carpet with resolve and clr and replacd two square bar supports in the front end. It was a productive day. Tomorrow she gets two new exhaust manifolds (cracks in the current ones).
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It was a productive day.


How's Paul doing lately?

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Replaced front D/S shock that leaked after only 5 years. Need to find the receipt, it's one of the few I don't have in the book - there's a lifetime warranty on them.
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Drove it from Akron Ohio to Baltimore Maryland.
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Got some console skeleton pieces done today.

Bottom of the original piece.

Bottom of the new casted piece.

Top of the original piece.

Top of the new casted piece.

Back tabs made twice as thick.This way the tabs will not break of as easy as the original.
Just needs to be sande and cleaned up a little after casting.Other than that it came out perfect.
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I put stock fiero rims on my 87 GT. The offset makes the car ride better and rotate in the turns better. In 1986 I purchased a 1987 GT and remember that the rear rims where about 3/8 the off an inch away from the strut and it drove great. My old rims had an offset of 35 with a width of 6 1/2 " wide . 7" with a stock offset seems to ride and handle better. Pictures are on Facebook badfishpowercoatings. Com
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Installed spark plugs
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Installed a set of LED lights on my trunk lid. Very bright and lights up the whole compartment. Used the power from the existing light in the trunk which didn't put out that must light.



Also, the package had a "Push to test button" on it powered by ten button cell batteries model AG13. If anyone wants them, I will mail to them no charge. Thought is would be better then tossing them.
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Since I had my carpet out, I noticed the floor drain plugs were non existent. So I made four new ones out of galvanized steel.


While I was under the car, I also noticed the brace below the fuel tank was very ugly. No problem, I made one of those too!
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took care of a little misfire. After hunting it down and changing just about everything I thought it might be, turned out to be the cap, rotor, ignition module and one faulty a/c delco spark plug cable.

Now car is running better than ever, and I don't have to worry about the fuel pump (new) injectors (8) new and the already mentioned.

Thank the God for making my dream car become a reality and my wife for supporting and backing me up throughout it all.

Thumbs up to the Fiero Factory for a fantastic clean, professional 4.9 Install and for top rated #1 customer service.

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Took my headers out to try a last ditch attempt at ghetto rigging a fixed crack(s) in a primary tube then wrapped both headers and y-pipe after having the stuff on the shelf for almost a year.....hopefully I'll get it all bolted back together and then tomorrow after it's fully cured I'll be able to start it without it sounding like a tractor
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Finished the H4 headlight upgrade and then clay barred the entire car. Then I got ambitious and tried out Meguiars Ultimate polish. Then I followed up with Meguiars Ultimate Wax.

Here are pictures of the new headlights. You can't tell much about the wax job but it does look nice.

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Found a badly-shot motor mount. Ordered a replacement and a master cylinder as the pedal is going to the floor.

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I found the crazy oil leak that has been giving me a hard time to find>


Leaking right out of the keyway in the balancer.. I will fix it this week and hopefully stop the oil leak for good. This makes one heck of a mess.

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Well, it's kind of Fiero related. I installed a spare Northstar and five speed and put it into my VW Golf. Just for something to do! I'm not going to keep this configuration as I'm going to place it longitudinally, build an adapter plate and mate it to a Porsche transaxle that I have. All this after my Fiero build is complete.

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Plasti-dipped my old, beat, dirty, chipped, faded silver Fiero wheels. I used half a can of matte black, then half a can of gold metallizer on each. They came out FANTASTIC.

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I pulled the sbc so I could reseal the leaking balance keyway. Back together tomorrow to be ready for the metro cruise
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Since I'm trying to remove all the crusty parts from my car, I decided a new rear bumper would be in order. So, here it is. 1/8" aluminum.















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Cleaned one of the 88 Meras up a bit for a classic car show tomorrow less than a mile from my house.

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Went to "Franks Garage" to fix a loose passenger side mirror on my 87 GT. RPO did most of the work as I had never removed a door panel in the past. It turned out that one of the mirror studs was loose (stripped) in the mirror. JB Weld back in place. Then Lithium greased window tracks door lock tracks re installed everything before the Florida heat got to us.

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Drove it like I owned the road ( and being in the u.k - there isn't many fiero's - so got a lot of attention from other drivers as I passed them )

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Drove it in route 83.
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I replaced the missing hubcap , still not happy about loosing it.
planning on getting it ready for the ACD festival
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Went for round 3 with my header crack and welded the **** outta it so might not be pretty but will hopefully hold for a while...
Then pulled the injectors to replace the prongs cause I thought I had a leak allowing air to get in and cause a lean #5 cyl only to find a chunk of crud blocking the inj so hopefully that fixes that and the new plugs and O2 sensor helps her out.... Did a 4t60 swap and I'm only upto 25 mpg at best with an 80 or so mph 6hr trip so maybe fuel to all 6 might help
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