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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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New Plugs, Oil change and timing. Finally bought a timing lite. Wow was I way off by ear. Had to bump up the idle once set
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Washed the dust off of it, waxed it then put it back in the garage.
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Replaced the 25 watt BAT fuse. Beep Beep
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First outing of the year. Washed it and will wax it up tomorrow.

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Reinstalled headliner after paint and OEM sunroof install. Cut out (carefully) the opening for the sunroof. Installed new fiberglass windshield cowling (thank you, Marty!), new bump stops for the headlight doors, wire brushed and sprayed the hood spring, installed the front sunroof rests, attached rubber hood sunroof hold-downs, installed new sail panels. Busy day of work on the car. Tomorrow is a quick vacuum and detail, pop on the new wheel center caps, and take some pictures.
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Next day...dorked around trying to get the hood spring well affixed to the new cowling. Now I have some additional touchup work to do on the cowling

Thoroughly cleaned the wheels by hand after discovering that I snapped the wand off the pressure washer with the mower last week. That'll teach me to mow.

Thorough exterior detail. Glass, paint, tire dressing, etc.

Vacuum interior.

Took lots of pics (will post some in another thread).

Had some extra time/energy so got the keyless entry system installed and programmed.
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I almost finished these today:
http://i.imgur.com/JhPfV3M.jpg

Excited to see how well they work
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Put it back in the garage.

Saturday : Changed oil
Sunday Morning : Left Baltimore & went to Litiz, PA Fiero show
Sunday Afternoon : Left Litiz, PA & drove to Watkins Glenn
Sunday Evening : Left Watkins Glenn
Monday Morning : Parked outside of Apartment at 5:am

I think I'm done driving for a while...
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Installed a replacement, much less melted 3rd brake light housing, along with an LED bulb for NO MORE MELTING OR ALMOST LIGHTING THE HEADLINER ON FIRE.

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Replaced the plastic rack bushing with the Rodney Dickman brass one. (I did fully seat it. This is the only pix I had on it.)




Also, replaced the clutch master cylinder. Only took about 30-45 minutes by myself this time.
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Installed vents in the cowl induction.

To much hot air at the base of the windshield when the cooling fan in on.



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Not today but Wednesday I took it to the track to blow off the cob webs.

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Installed a new tensioner and pulley and drivers side dew wipe. Tensioner was a breeze, dew wipe took a long time. My 88 went easier than this car. As some say what a pain.



Olejoedad you were correct in your suggestion. The tensioner seems to be the fix.

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Took it for a drive and took a picture. Adjusted the headlights too.
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Took it for a drive and took a picture. Adjusted the headlights too.
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Put that new HF spot-weld cutting bit to work, after cutting thru probably 15 welds, and got that original battery tray outta there! It wasn't in the greatest shape, plan to move the battery up front. I also could move the crank pulley back and forth, almost a full rotation, so I know the engine isn't seized! Hopefully! Now I might cut the firewall-side manifold - crossover pipe bolts so I can get that outta there.

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The crossover pipe is outta there. Cut the bolts. Now I gotta hit the U-pull it to grab another. Hopefully that'll go much smoother.

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Working on new rocker panels
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Installed the 4.9. Now ready to carry on with the Aventador body kit.

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Clayed last night, waxed tonight. First show of the year tomorrow.

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got the V8 back from the fixin store......yesterday.
now we are ready to run hopefully when the rain stops


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since the sun wont shine guess I'll throw these in, minus the dum cat

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Rebuilding the front suspension. My steering was still tight but those 28 year old lower ball joints where worrying me. New ball joints from Rodney, control arms and springs powder coated, everything else is being cleaned and painted.







I know we all keep lowering our Fieros but I like the way the front end looks at this height. I think it looks more solid and powerful.

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Removed the new windshield cowling, cleaned out 28 years of crud from the heater intake below, removed and Dremeled a nasty bunch of corrosion from the hood latch catch mechanism, sprayed it flat black, re-sprayed the cowling satin black to cover some clutz scratches, reinstalled the cowling using the directions that fell out of the box when I went to recycle it (worked MUCH better than me guessing). Also cut the 'butt smashers' out of the ashtrays to make them more usable for other things and sprayed them flat black. Pulled the steering wheel, cleaned corrosion off the spokes (I'll be doing things like this for a long time to make up for letting it sit for so long under a tarp) and sprayed satin black. Tightened up the screws on the sunroof tabs.

Quick detail as it was getting dark.
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On the 86 GT:

Swapped out the gauge pod. Confirmed the oil pressure gauge is good so swapped the original back in. On to the oil pressure sender next.

Did some troubleshooting on the passenger door power lock. Worked fine by hand but the electrical wouldn't throw the latch far enough to engage or disengage completely. Took the inside door skin off and sprayed some cleaner and then penetrating spray lube into the door latch mechanism but that didn't solve the problem. Then spray cleaned and spray lubed the pivot point on the lever actuator attached to the solenoid. That did the trick. Works great now.



Of course I did this stuff after replacing the broken outside door handle on the sliding door on the wife's minivan.
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New rubber at all four corners. 215/70R-14.

Also, had the rear A/C hose repaired. New hoses & connections. Downtown Baltimore for $120.00. We'll see tonight if it leaks.



This coming weekend, it'll be the water pump.

Gremlin's are working overtime!!!
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Installed my new bov, plug wires and coil.
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Had quite an awesome day at the U-pull it yesterday. Got a perfect crossover pipe, ignition coil, heat shields, 2 V6 air cleaner assemblies, fastback vent brackets, V6 intake tube and a gas charcoal canister...for $10.
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another day another dollar spent on the fiero. roof rack ordered now time for a spit shine. ohh and i put on some ugly seat covers yesterday to cover up the ugly seats
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Dropped fuel tank, cleaned it out, prepping for paint.
Rebuilding fuel tank straps and hardware.
New fuel filters.
Proper lines installed on oil filter relocation kit.

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88 4cyl/5spd

Changed the water pump this weekend. What a royal pain. Had to cut out part of the battery tray and weld it back together when I was done.

Also, rethreaded the back of the A/C compressor, put in the new hoses and recharged the system.


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Started oil pan gasket job: drained oil, disconnected battery, pulled starter, pulled ***** motor mount on passenger side (rubber is thrashed from oil getting on it; to be replaced). Quit at 4am. Will pull the pan itself tomorrow...


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Finally dropped the oil pan early this morning and once I figured out how to pry the exhaust out of the way it was easy since the last guy who had it off didn't use RTV sealant. Today will be alot of scrubbing...


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Family member dropped off the last of my Fiero parts from Ohio. Fastback, deck lid, rear bumper, & also my shelving.

Also received my door hinge pin repair kit from Rodney.
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Put the rebuilt drivers side headlight back into the 86 GT. Works great now!

Also replaced the oil pressure sender unit. Had to pull the battery to get at it. Had some random twitching fluctuation on the gauge. Hoping this will resolve it. Waiting for it to cool off before I take it out for a test drive. Its 94 right now at 7 pm. Hotter in the garage.


Edit... Yep, fixed it!

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Went for a cruise and took a few pictures.

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Installed new KYB rear shocks to my Formula a couple weeks ago (that was a real pain, doing something like that for the first time in my apartment parking space): went to a shop and got an alignment, wheel balance, and changed tranny fluid to GM MTF (though I'd asked for Penzoil Synchromesh - I may go back and have them redo it). Also new front end-link and swaybar bushings. Things are definitely shaping up a bit better, car is handling much more tight.

How much of a difference does Synchromesh make over GM MTF? I noticed a bit of improvement but if I can do better, I will. That shifter needs all the help it can get...
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Installed replacement motor mount after getting the correct one (off a 3800-powered Trans Sport; the solid-rubber one requires a new hole be drilled in the cradle), hooked everything back up, changed oil filter, filled new oil, fired it up. Will put on the ground later today.
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Before.


After.


Installed my KYB coil-overs and RD lowering ball joints and 17in rims and tires on my 84 3.4L DOHC. Dropping it like its hot!

Oh yeah and adding SE/GT ground effects and front fascia as well.
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Took it off jackstands.
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I had an auto glass company replce my rear glass. They didn't know much about Fieros. The tech broke out the old glass then realized he needed another person to put in the new glass. Five days later, they come back to put the new glass in, remove my rear decklid hinges with torsion bars but didn't have a clue how to put them back in. They called and asked if they could just put everything back together without the torsion bars. I said no and told them to leave the decklid and hinges for me to install.

I get home, find glass everywhere and everything still apart with some adhesive on my decklid. I then realize that I don't have the right tool for removing the bolt that holds the torsion bars to the hinges. After struggling for an hour, I figured out how to put the hinges and torsion bars back in without disconnection the torsion bars from the hinges. It took about ten minutes to put in the hinges with the torsion bars with a wood board protecting the niew glass. Then I reassembled the sail peices, put the decklid and vents on and was done.
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