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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Some new rear rubber. I let them talk me into some Coopers, so we'll see......and adjusted the exhaust hanger on the drivers side after taking this photo, LOL.

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Got some unfortunate news...

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Received and installed my Fieronews spare tire cover. If only I could post pics from my phone lol looks good tho!
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Originally posted by jonrev:

Got some unfortunate news...




I'm not looking forward to the day that my stock engine develops serious problems. (I'm hoping to enjoy her as is for a while first!)

However, when I bought my GT, I said I'd do an engine swap if and when that day came. Can't see a reason to do it prior if she's running well.

At the bottom of your pic, are they advertising for Jasper engines? Conflict of interest perhaps if they sell and install those and that's their recommended fix...
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Originally posted by jonrev:

Got some unfortunate news...


What's meant by "Pressure all over"?
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Originally posted by FieroMaster88:

Installed my new rear bumper emblem.


I noticed you said you got it on eBay. Hopefully it's not the same one they sell at The Fiero Store... the "chrome" on the letters completely disappears in a year or so.
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Originally posted by Patrick:

I noticed you said you got it on eBay. Hopefully it's not the same one they sell at The Fiero Store... the "chrome" on the letters completely disappears in a year or so.


No sir. Was in original gm packaging.

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Originally posted by FieroMaster88:

No sir. Was in original gm packaging.


Great!
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Originally posted by CavScout:

At the bottom of your pic, are they advertising for Jasper engines? Conflict of interest perhaps if they sell and install those and that's their recommended fix...


Wouldn't matter, they told me flat-out they have no interest in working on it any further. I've been dealing with a random miss for years, between myself and a couple of shops: we've been trying to diagnose and throw parts at it with no luck. Have played with fuel, spark, and timing and it still idles like crap and loses power above 2500 rpm. These guys were opinion number three... throwing my hands up and starting fresh, now, I'll find someone to rebuild it.

 
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What's meant by "Pressure all over"?


Backpressure test, said gauge was all over the place.
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@jonrev2 Had what sounds like the same problem years ago on a S10 four cylinder....After months of throwing parts and "mechanics" at it, I opened the valve cover and saw that the #3 pushrod was not on the rocker...go figure...might be worth a look!
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Finally got her back on the road after replacing all the solid brake lines with a TFS stain less steel set. While I was at it I did the S-10 Booster. Oh and I replaced the rubber brake lines with braided stainless steel too.

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Originally posted by jonrev:

Backpressure test, said gauge was all over the place.


Didn't they do a compression test on the cylinders? Seems to me that would be a standard test that a reputable shop would do.

As already alluded to in an previous post, it might be worthwhile to remove the valve covers and make sure everything is hunky-dory underneath them.
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Finished installing my Monsoon CD Player from Fiero Tom!! Would have had it all done yesterday, but I had to JB weld two of the radio mounting screw holes in my skeleton that were mostly not there any more.

Very happy with the upgrade!!!


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Adjusted rear brakes. Wow what a difference.

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I did this yesterday.....I swapped out the spark plugs and wires on my two Formulas. I could never get the idle on one down below 1500RPM's....couldn't figure out why. After the new plugs and wires she purrs at 900RPM's. The old plugs were Bosch platinum +2 & +4 (those things with multiple electrodes). They were pretty fouled up and I the terminals were all loose, so I don't think they were getting good contact with the wires. Anyway....both seem to run very well now.

Both still need some more love before they're roadworthy, but mechanically they're good to go. Couldn't be happier.
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I took a picture in my back yard today. She's very photogenic as she is much prettier in photos than in person.

I still don't have the duke running right but it's much better than it was before.

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I took a picture in my back yard today. She's very photogenic as she is much prettier in photos than in person.

I still don't have the duke running right but it's much better than it was before.

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I replaced my rearview mirror with one that has auto-dimming and a Homelink unit. I wasn't happy with the Cadillac Homelink in my armrest. Now I can get the TxGood style armrest.

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Originally posted by 1MohrFiero:

I replaced my rearview mirror with one that has auto-dimming and a Homelink unit. I wasn't happy with the Cadillac Homelink in my armrest. Now I can get the TxGood style armrest.





Must be warm in KY. Nice garage. What building is in your Special review mirror?
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Must be warm in KY. Nice garage. What building is in your Special review mirror?


It was around 70 degrees today. Much better than yesterday. That is the side of my house in the mirror. Thanks for the compliment too.
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Went to a Pontiac "Meet and Greet". Tons of old Pontiac muscle though only mine an one other Fiero there, a stock 88 five speed. The lady drove it 200 miles to be there and was going to participate in the Route 66 cruise, but lost 1st, 3rd, and 5th as we were getting ready to leave. Hoped it was the linkage but after wrenching on it for a bit, determined it was interal. Hopefully she was able to limp it home using 2nd and 4th, which still operated fine.

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Repaired left exhaust hanger. Finally removed hokey exhaust bracket PO installed.
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I spent the day changing the oil in 4 of my cars...including both of my new Formulas. I discovered a missing rear cradle bolt on one of them....luckily I have extras, so this will be fixed soon. After changing the oil on the other one I let it idle for a few minutes and the bearings on the alternator seized up! One step forward, two steps back.

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I had my transmission overhauled. Just finished installing it and guess what, the transmission is bad, bad, bad. Noise when rotating the right axle and can't move the shifter
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I had my transmission overhauled. Just finished installing it and guess what, the transmission is bad, bad, bad. Noise when rotating the right axle and can't move the shifter


How is that possible? When it comes back from being overhauled, shouldn't it be good?
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Replaced all my vacuum lines and changed some of the routing. Took care of my vacuum leak. Cleaned my engine bay up too.

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How is that possible? When it comes back from being overhauled, shouldn't it be good?


You would think. I least I didn't have it all hooked up. Now I don't know it I'll be able to make the Dells Run
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Ever since Fieromaniac did This back in 2008, I've wanted to copy it. I finally did it to my Formula.



Yes, I did it to both sides.




Someday I'll get a black finishing coat (as opposed to primer) on my decklid and hood...

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Ever since Fieromaniac did This back in 2008, I've wanted to copy it.


That looks great!

Today I replaced The timing belt and tensioner on my 88 Fiero. The old tensioner was seized and I found the intake camshaft was off one tooth. I got it all back together set the ignition timing and it runs much much much better now. Idle is smoother too. Also changed the oil. I gave it a bath and installed a steering wheel center pad I've had laying around.
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I spent a few hours today trying to bring some life back to the wheels of my 79K mile Formula. The car sat for the past 7-8 years and I don't think the wheels were ever cleaned....they were pretty crusty. They aren't perfect, but look MUCH better than they did. I only did the fronts.....I'll do the rears tomorrow.

First picture is the before, the second is after a good cleaning and the last one is after a little polishing.





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Installed a Dyna-Batt & took it on it's maiden voyage of 2016!





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MERA 8088 got new window motors. One failed, of course in the down position, so it had to be done. Too much rain 'round here!
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Don't hate me, but I put the wing on my '88 today!!

I searched high and low here for a how to, and finally remembered how and where I took the wing off of my old '87 GT.
Anyone wanting the details, I can help you along.



I think when she goes in for paint next spring, I am going to keep the spoiler black.
I like the contrast and it compliments the side trim and T-tops quite nicely.

Now to order more parts!
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Flushed coolant, test drove it to Ikea. Holds about 20 degrees cooler. The sludge stuff that came out looked like a long knight after a taco-bell!
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I cut off the original front shocks on one of my Formulas. After 28 years and 79K miles they were toast!

Next up are the struts and rear brakes....one of the calipers is leaking very badly. After that all I need is an alignment and a new catalytic converter and she'll be ready for the road.
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today I repaired the wire i broke on the stereo when i replaced and repaired my console skelton, changed the oil and air filter, fixed a coolant leak, and started troubleshooting a clunk in the front end. Tomorrow am i will hopfull nail down the fron end noise, and start trying to fix the problems with the temp and oil gauges.
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Cleaned the interior and put the seats back in.

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I tinkered with several of my cars today and decided to replace the missing rear cradle bolt on one of my Formulas. I have no idea why it was removed, but I do know why it was never re-installed. The threads to the captured nut are messed up. Lucky me! I'm going to try to clean up the threads, but I may have to replace the nut.
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Ran it and got the Turbo to spin up for the first time

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I finished replacing the rear struts and installing poly in the lateral and toe links. Trailing links will remain rubber.
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