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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Had to buy a new battery and decided to do something about the old battery tray. I had a marine style battery box that I bought for another project and never used so I measured up 3" from the bottom and cut off the upper part of it leaving a nice tray. I cut a couple slots for the strap in the floor and bolted in the tray to the chassis and it worked out great, good to go!
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Finally got to take it out after it's long winter nap
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Prepped to pull the engine tomorrow. Everything is ready now, just have to hoist the back end and roll her out. The big day has come....cutting the car in half tomorrow for a 11.85" stretch! Wahoooo!!!!!
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Originally posted by maybenot:

can you explain this cheating method of dew wipe replacement? have to do mine this spring and have been looking at a lot of methods.
Thanks


(This is on power windows, I don't know if this is the same on manual windows)

Normally you have to drill the big rivets out of the window glass and remove the glass to gain access to the two phillips screws that are blocked by the window, this method you mark and remove the "window stops" which are an L shaped bracket that stop the window from rolling up to far. You then carefully roll then window up pretty much till it stops and you will have gained access to the middle screw under the window glass, after removal you grab the window and move it carfully toward the back of the car and that gives you access to the other screw.

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Originally posted by Neils88:

Prepped to pull the engine tomorrow. Everything is ready now, just have to hoist the back end and roll her out. The big day has come....cutting the car in half tomorrow for a 11.85" stretch! Wahoooo!!!!!


That's one hell of a stretch!
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Saturday attended the season opening C&C of a local 'Motorsports' dealership. Parked my 308 replica two cars away from a Ferrari 360 --- He was not pleased.

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Pulled the headlights and doors out (to make room for the future HID projectors using doublec4's kit). Also drained the radiator and removed the fan/shroud, and started pulling the headlight harness and bits out.

Anyone know what a complete working Gen 2 headlight setup is worth (both lamps, motors, brackets, plastic shrouds, module, relay, and harness)? Also have two pretty much perfect headlight doors and brackets; just a few surface nicks in the paint on top, but would need to be prepped and painted to match any car (or just install as-is on a med red metallic car).
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Pulled the headlights and doors out (to make room for the future HID projectors using doublec4's kit). Also drained the radiator and removed the fan/shroud, and started pulling the headlight harness and bits out.

Anyone know what a complete working Gen 2 headlight setup is worth (both lamps, motors, brackets, plastic shrouds, module, relay, and harness)? Also have two pretty much perfect headlight doors and brackets; just a few surface nicks in the paint on top, but would need to be prepped and painted to match any car (or just install as-is on a med red metallic car).


Mostly the harness, motors and module are sought after items... I sold that set up a little while back for 150$
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Oil change and some minor maintenance.
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Heater core finally went. Been smelling a faint antifreeze for a while. No more smell and no more fogged glass. That was about 2 weeks ago. T-stat went up Monday. Froze closed. Can't wait to see what next week brings.
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Replaced the seals on my air cleaner housing.
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Speedo quit working, going to have to start searching out that problem as well as the distributor O ring that failed. I'm not pleased that it needs replacing even though it's a brand new distributor!
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Couple of days late posting but figured out why my car was wobbling from 30-50 mph under power. Drivers right rear inner wheel bearing was completely blown out. Zero bearings. New bearing assembly and driveshaft and it's perfect again

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Painted brake dust shields. Cooling line clamps arrived yesterday and will go in tonight. Old ones are practically nonexistent.
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changed my headlight motors over to the gen 2 system, as the old motors were getting very touchy, new system works so much better, quieter as well, I did not swap the harness over but rewired the module and motors into the current harness per Dodgerunners post from 2007
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Put the summer tires & wheels on, lubed the front end. Stored the winter tires
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Yanked out the stained greasy nasty rear "trunk" carpet. Little bit of rust on the bottom. How much is too much?
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Too much for what? If I see it, it's too much for me.
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Picked up front hubs from Rodney, pulled the old ones off with a hammer claw and BFH then put the new ones on finger-tight, for now. Pending ebay sales will determine how soon I can resume/finish brake job.
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Replaced cooling line clamps... or at least what was left of them. Trans cooling lines aren't yet leaking but are definitely on the list for next year.

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Picked up front hubs from Rodney, pulled the old ones off with a hammer claw and BFH then put the new ones on finger-tight, for now.


LOL I had to take my steering knuckles off the car and take them to the shop to have the hubs pressed out. Rears of course were no problem.

Are you doing parking brake cables too? I'm going to tackle that chore next.

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LOL I had to take my steering knuckles off the car and take them to the shop to have the hubs pressed out. Rears of course were no problem.

Are you doing parking brake cables too? I'm going to tackle that chore next.


Probably; I think mine just needs to be adjusted, though. The cables at the calipers don't feel loose/broken when I tug at them but I'm also not entirely sure what I'm looking for.
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Originally posted by jonrev:

Replaced cooling line clamps... or at least what was left of them. Trans cooling lines aren't yet leaking but are definitely on the list for next year.

D/S:




Where did you find them? Are they new?
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Cut the radiator hoses up front with a hacksaw, so I could pull the radiator out in preparation for the new one to go in. Will be replacing the hoses with new high quality hoses anyway, and just wanted to get it out. I probably need to fix or replace the coolant tubes as well, but haven't gotten down to them yet. Need to get the A/C condenser and all the A/C lines up front out now.
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Where did you find them? Are they new?


Brand new from Fiero Store.
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Pulled a bunch more stuff out of the engine bay area. Slowly getting to the point where I can pull the cradle out and start making the necessary changes to fit the LS4/F40 combo.
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Since the original covering was trashed I recovered the bulkhead panel using a shade darker headliner material. I went a shade darker because that's all I could find locally!


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My Fiero went under the knife. More specifically, the knife went into my car. No more mess of wires.
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Had the summer wheels/tires balanced. Made a difference.
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A good washing and waxing... Spent some time with the 1000 grit wet sanding the scratches in driver and passenger side windows. Making progress but a long way to go I'm afraid...
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Originally posted by maybenot:

can you explain this cheating method of dew wipe replacement? have to do mine this spring and have been looking at a lot of methods.
Thanks


Wow, was thinking the same thing when I read the post.

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Drove her. Picked her up from storage and let the boy drive her the 20 miles back home. Gonna change the oil today and give her a wash.
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Replaced shocks and struts after a 2 day ordeal of tracking down new spring top hats for the rear because the bad struts were hitting so bad that the springs mangled the old tired seats....now to just wait a cpl months and hopefully I can exchange the old ones for new set and recoupe a lil funds
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I gave the car a good wash...got all the pollen off. Then covered her up
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Finally pulled rear calipers off once I figured out how to disconnect the p-brake cable. Found torn piston boot on the passenger side so I know at least one was probably on its way out. Ordering replacements for all four tomorrow, along with pads/rotors so I can finally finish this.

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I went to visit my Fiero in the body/paint shop today.











Almost time to start putting it back together

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