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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Finally got to drive mine again after such a long break.
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I installed Rodney dickmans shifter cables in my 87 gt with the help of my wife yesterday. I went for a ride, my car is new again. My wife is going to take it for a ride tonight.
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Installed a new real GReddy blow off valve on my 88.
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Found out that the new head unit with the 7" pop out screen is defective just prior to installation. BTW, heads up if you purchase anything from Sonic Electronix because their customer service and response time is outrageous. I called today and got a recorded voice that said I was 29th in line. They still have not replied to either my email or VM from last week so it is very difficult to recommend them for anything other than price.

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Bought a set of SRT-4 wheels and bald tires to roll the engine-less Fiero around in the garage. Anybody in PA want a set of factory '87 GT wheels?
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I installed these (red) in my dash and they are totally awesome They are a tiny bit too long for the left side speedo light so I left that one in as a regular, but the difference is like night and day I might modify the gauge a little later as it's only touching the clear protrusion inside that diffuses the light.

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Tried to remove the EGR tube. PB blaster and apple cider vinegar soaked for 48 hours+. Snapped off both bolts. Will attempt to remove the EGR Valve itself tomorrow... I'm confident that I'll be able to snap both of those of those nuts off also. Merry Christmas to me.
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Ball joints, bushings, cut down dust shields to make custom ones to fit the grand am brake swap, a wheel bearing, and painted suspension parts.
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Tried to remove the EGR tube. PB blaster and apple cider vinegar soaked for 48 hours+. Snapped off both bolts. Will attempt to remove the EGR Valve itself tomorrow... I'm confident that I'll be able to snap both of those of those nuts off also. Merry Christmas to me.



There is a bright side.... Think of all that time you saved not having to turn those bolts to get them out... I mean you had to have saved tens of seconds.. That is precious time not wasted.. I for one would have wasted it cussing at the broken bolt..
All kidding aside, bummer to hear but it is a common problem we are all facing with the fiero. Take it in stride and be thankful it is not the front exhaust manifold.

HAVE A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A GREAT NEW YEAR!!
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Managed to get the entire stud out of the pipe mount for the EGR valve but both bolts snapped on the EGR tube. Luckily a fellow FIERO owner had a usable replacement he donated towards the repair. ( Thank you Pat).

Moved on to removing the upper manifold.... there is always that one damn bolt that won't come out an as my luck runs.... after a couple of hours of coaxing I did manage to snap the bolt off.... then I managed to snap the ear off the manifold during the attempted easy-out extraction. Will have to find a middle manifold and hope my luck changes removing the damaged middle manifold and all the crap around it......

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After taking his 88' GT to the local Cars and Coffee we installed new Kenwood 4X10 speakers (salvaged from P&P Fiero) in my Formula. Also replaced dot matrix auxiliary guage pod cover. Played with one of the other Fieros at yet another location (are we the only ones that don't have enough garages?....stole the engine vents because they look better than mine and I'm too lazy to sandblast this weekend). Listening to SUPER TRAMP and CCR!!!
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Did the ford door striker change and omg what a difference. Highly recommend.
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Changed the oil and filters, and cleaned the engine bay a bit.
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Drove the 12 minute commute to work... then spent the last 7 hours detailing together my parts list to fix my baby up. This sadly does not include the 3600/3800 engine swap that I’m planning on doing! πŸ˜†

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updated the center console with a new shaft, boot and custom shifter built on my lathe.
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Finally got to show it some "love" and drove it around for a while after getting everything working right.

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Finally got to show it some "love" and drove it around for a while after getting everything working right.

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Hey ahhh!.... nice rims 😏

Where'd you find the center caps?...

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Update---- Finally was able to get everything back together. Found a mid manifold on e-bay and while I had everything apart, I put it and the upper manifold in a bucket of degreaser and just let it soak. Installed Rodney's stainless steel vacuum lines with the exception of the EGR line. I simply couldn't make that one work so I ran a piece of brake line from the EGR under the front of the manifold into it's proper connection. Everything was cleaned. PCV and rear valve cover grommets were replaced and as the manifolds were off I was able to clean the window side of the engine and retrieve a couple of wrenches that had gone to that area to hide. Started and ran and fogged the neighborhood as the degreaser burned off. No more vacuum leaks or trouble codes. Now if it would stop raining every weekend at warm up a little I'd like to start driving it again.
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Over the last couple weeks:
Replaced the muffler (took it from my donor)
I replaced both doors from my donor car. Now they close right.
Replaced the fan switch and thermostat to the Rodney's 185/195 setup.
Installed one FieroTom's radios with aux (works great)
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Bought some tools to begin wrenching on the mera...... again... new build thread to come once I get back from my late honnymoon
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Today I made it so my engine swap car had a automatic serpentine belt tensioner
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I installed these (red) in my dash and they are totally awesome...

https://www.aliexpress.com/...040/32803634040.html


Just a heads up for anyone thinking of buying this type of 18-SMD bulb. I've found that prices on LED bulbs can vary considerably depending on where they're ordered from. The ones in the link above are two bulbs for $14.40 with free shipping. In the following eBay link Here, they're half the price... also with free shipping.




Difference in quality? Hard to say. They look the same. It's possible they're identical bulbs all made in the same Chinese factory.

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What size rims and tires are those?

I need to update my DGP Widebody
 
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Finally got to show it some "love" and drove it around for a while after getting everything working right.

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Replaced drivers side top hinge pin. ( Thanks to Rodney for the great product ) Was a lot easier than I thought it would be.
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What size rims and tires are those?

I need to update my DGP Widebody


In case Charlie doesn't check back for a while, this is from his build thread.

 
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Ordered my new wheels today...Forgeline SP3P in brushed finish with polished lip. 19x9s up front and 19x11s on the rear. I expect delivery in Mid April. Ordering the tires soon as well.

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Removed front sway bar, brushed and repainted it, then reinstalled it. It wasn't as easy as it sounds, but looks real nice now.
on to rear suspension parts next.
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I drove my Formula for the first time since I put it up before Winter.
Gosh, it was nice!
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Can't believe this thread is STILL GOING after almost 10 years!!!
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I had a floppy steering wheel so today I performed the dreaded steering column surgery to tighten the tilt mechanism. As of 10:30 CDT it is perfect!

Now I can get a 4-wheel allignment. Hopefully tomorrow.
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New chrome 100 amp alternator for one of my 87s due to a front bearing issue on the old alternator.

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I did some paint work/clear coat on my 88 the other day. Plan on wet sanding and polishing this afternoon.

Wet sanded and polished this morning. Turned out good for dupli-color rattle cans. Going to do the front around the windshield next.


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......Finally got to drive it. after small repairs and a looooong winter we finally got to do laundry and food shop in style!
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Did the rear brake pads, painted the calipers red. β€œFabricated” (read that as beat the heck out of some scrap 3/16 I had) a new battery tray, failed to fix a trans leak, and discovered more sketchy wiring.

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Looks good
 
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I did some paint work/clear coat on my 88 the other day. Plan on wet sanding and polishing this afternoon.

Wet sanded and polished this morning. Turned out good for dupli-color rattle cans. Going to do the front around the windshield next.






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......Finally got to drive it. after small repairs and a looooong winter we finally got to do laundry and food shop in style!


Nice!
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Today I installed a new racing harness.



You can see all the other work I've been doing in my build thread: http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum3/HTML/000049.html
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Got it out of the garage today, along with the other Pontiac in the stable.

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After six (6) months of repairs to the electrical system and exhaust manifold repairs the cradle/engine is back attached to the car. Now to hook up and rewire everything!

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Looks good


Looks good make sure to use something good as a protectant on top to protect the finish
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I finally put the new turn signal stalk in.. problem was that cruise control wiring!!! OMG, really sucked big time. And while I was there I tightened the loose torx head bolts. Now the only loose nut is the driver..
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