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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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That looks interesting. Care to share any details?


Let me get it finished first. I've got photo documentation and will do a complete write up- probably next week. So far, it has been one of the 'easiest' mods I've ever done.....because a friend has done most of the work
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well I finally got my stock spindles powder coated and they are getting installed today!

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today i installed a new clutch mc and slave and washed it

amazingly bleedig the system went well

next.... pull seats and carpet and some interior pcs to install sound deadner along the firewall
and if the rear 4x6's are stock i will replace them
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I temporily installed the rear spoiler and applied her new name... "FORMULA38"



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"The rough diamond has a small shine"
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Also installed a new clutch! I powerwashed the tranny. Painted the exhaust. Rewraped all the wires with new tape. Took out the crappy insulation and got rid of what rust there was and painted the engine bay a few coats black. Sand blasted misc nuts and bolts to pretty things up. Tomarrow the new duke goes back in. Then ill tackle the clutch master cylinder issue
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I drove my 3800sc for the first time.... Yesterday, couldnt get it up too fast as the allignment is WAY out of wack......!
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I SOLD my Formula, LOL.
Just watched her drive away on her way to Detroit.
Dang Fiero withdrawl is setting in already.
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It was not today but how about this?



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Got the 4.9 successfully smogged yesterday (just in time for the cutoff date) after it failed the initial test a few days ago.

The old O2 sensor was dead as a hammer. As soon as it warmed up, it indicated "full lean".
The PCM compensated by dumping in as much gas as possible. You could almost see it dripping out of the tailpipe.

Much better now.
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Didn't quite all happen just today, but this how things looked this afternoon.



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My daughter got a ride in my Fiero for the first time, just from the back yard to the garage but she loved it, 2.5 years old and she says daddys pretty boo (blue) car
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Did the Grand AM brakes and new tires & wheels. Now I need to get to work on the body and paint.



This was a few months ago but since I am new here I will bring you all up to date. Here are my tail lights.
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jmbishop,

I hope that is water from washing and not coolant.
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Bought an engine This car is getting really expensive- almost 8,000 in it so far and I haven't even driven it yet. :sigh: At least I'm saving this one.
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Mine did that once, wrong rad cap. I hope that's all it is. I wish you the best sorting that one out.

On another note I added a second ground today helps out nicley.

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Took my new 88 out for a cruize with the eclipse friend. Later went to auto zone, got some oil, filter, thermostat and a new belt. Got home, changed oil. Figured out why my belt was squeaking. The alternator bracket has a huge piece missing from it.
Went on the forums. And bought one from Autotech (forum member).
I also took the cd player and speakers out of the 84. Took the seats out also. All waiting to be put in my new 88. I'll start taking the 84's fastback swap apart for the 88 tomorrow.

Oops, almost forgot. I swapped an 84 headlight into the 88 so now the 88 has both working headlights. Now all i need to figure out is why they wont go up when the hoods down. They go up a little bit. maybe an inch and give up. So i lift the hood and then shut it after their up.
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Made a lot of progress on the electro-hydraulic power steering tonight-
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/090909.html
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Mine did that once, wrong rad cap. I hope that's all it is. I wish you the best sorting that one out.

On another note I added a second ground today helps out nicley.



It was pretty easy to sort out, that river going down the hill wasn't vary green.
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I ordered heater controls and a sunroof wicker from the fiero.nl mall!
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Warmer temps are rolling in...
Changed back to my summer tires, did some cleanup and getting ready for a fun drive tomorrow with the T-Tops OFF
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Cleaned up the air cleaner housing - shines really nice now





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Some dash lights are out, so I've got the cover off, but am waiting for some less light so I can see which lights need replacing. I had to buy a 5.5 mm socket to remove two screws that didn't need to be taken out after all.
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Just installed a new pioneer head unit and re wired my front speakers and installed a new rear drivers side speaker which took two hours because the genius before me hacked up the mounts...as I do more and more to my car I like that guy less and less
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Replaced a busted valve stem in one of my tires.
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After work I am going to attempt to start my Fiero since replacing the TBI and removing the old alarm. Hopefully it will finally start up.
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Yesterday I pulled it out of storage, Installed a short shifter, A new snakeskin shifter boot from Fiero Thomas, and put on the new registration/vehicle stickers.
(Pics of the shifter/boot to be posted later.)

I still need to install the E-brake boot that matches the shifter boot, The new coolant tube brackets, (the ones on the car now are weak/cracked) and it should be ready to fire up by the weekend.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oD1a3TN5C2k

here is what I did to my Fiero today got it started after being dead for the last 16 months
with a fuel pump problem

by the way I got the car back yesterday as it was sold over 4 years ago
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i love duct tape it fixed my sunroof
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Yesterday I pulled it out of storage, Installed a short shifter, A new snakeskin shifter boot from Fiero Thomas, and put on the new registration/vehicle stickers.
(Pics of the shifter/boot to be posted later.)

I still need to install the E-brake boot that matches the shifter boot, The new coolant tube brackets, (the ones on the car now are weak/cracked) and it should be ready to fire up by the weekend.




Here is the picture:



More work this Sunday.

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I took My Engine out!!!






I wouldn't mind working under her hood

Opps, deck-lid.... I couldn't resist !!

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I did some work on my custom center console. The custom console is made of fiberglass. Today, I covered it in charcoal gray felt, to match the rest of the custom interior. I'm also making a wood plate to cover the top of the console.



The wood plate will be colored with walnut wood stain and clear polyurethane.
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I dusted mine off in preparation for a car show tomorrow.
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Corrected the upside installation of the clutch master cylinder pushrod after putting a rebuild kit in it.. Turned the banjo right side up, gravity bleed the system, shifts okay. My son Stephen and I drove the car, him for the first time. I came back and took my 79 year old mother for a ride. She loved it.
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Replaced two blown brake light bulbs - one went last weekend, and the other on Friday...


Will have to keep an eye on them...
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well today i replaced all 6 spark plugs and their cables. took off the intake manifold found a fuel leak and ordered new parts. no im all itchy from the firewall insulation.
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Took off the stock rims with the snow tires on them and put the 17" back on.
What a difference a new pair of " shoes" will do.
Took my 6 year old grandaughter for her first ride in it. Think she is "hooked".
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Changed the oil and installed a new tech filter (yeah, my tach works again!)

Wanted to install the Darrell Morse bored out throttle body I have but didn't find the right tool and left that for another day.
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Fed the 87 another ignition module.

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Got the engine put back together, and it started up! Woo-hoo!!! Then I got a code 34. Forgot to plug in the MAP sensor. D'oh!
Tomorrow I will reset the error code, and take it for a test drive. I keep getting the brake warning light, so that will be next.
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