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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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I put my new Custom fiero floor mats in, Put a custom vinal fiero logo on the deck lid. OOHHH yeah and I went and got a 85 GT today. cant wait till tomarrow to go work on the new one
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Installed the bored-out Darrell Morse throttle body today. In the process I deleted the TB heater lines, looks cleaner now and easier access to the distributor area. Changed the coolant while I was at it.
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The air horns were working intermitently so:-
- I traced the wiring from source to ground
- the horn button and horn relay were OK
- cleaned all the connectors and found the hot wire connector to the compressor was corroded
- the Horns are consistantly working good and loud now!
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Took the car in for a new ac compressor, found water pump leaking and transmission pan gasket leaking. Transmission service, filter new gasket, new water pump, hose clamps and gasket, new ac compressor, receiver/drier, new sepentine belt. It all lightened my $ account.

The water pump looked like a PITA to work on,,,I'm glad it wasn't me.
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Took it for a test drive today. Hmm... the throttle cable sticks a little, left rear caliper is frozen, needs a front-end alignment... plenty of work still to do.
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The engine was dropped to fix busted manifolds, New ceramic sprint headers are being put on, as well as a full stainless steel custom exhaust all the way to the tips. New water pump, new alternator, new belts, new hoses, new sensors, tune up, new kyb shocks/ struts, replacing the parking brake and stuck rear calipers. Oh yea and the ac is getting fixed.
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changed the Tie rods in the front and
gave my fiero his summershoes , winter is over ..... i hope
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removed my cracked and broken fuel door assembly, spent the next hour trying to find the one i bought 3 years ago...still can't find it.

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I pulled the mess of wires that was the aftermarket alarm hoping that was what prevented the fiero from starting. Now it wont even turn over. Gonna get an industrial strength battery charger and hope that works.
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Pulled the drivers door skin to replace dew wipe. PITA.

Will install new power mirrors when going back together.
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I got a new set of sun visors from Mr Mike.



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Adjust valve lash -



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I cut my trunk out. Preping things for my plans.

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Tina.........Haven't seen you post in a long time.
ALWAYS liked your car.....
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DM Stainless lines -

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Painted intakes, covers and TB - still need to sand the tops and clear -

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Got the left rear caliper out... easier than expected. Thank god for PB Blaster! Now to fix it...

Also picked up Antinulls trunklid. Nice piece!
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some exhaust manifold porting and took the lower intake off of the engine as well as got it on the engine stand check out my car domain page for more info and pics.
http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2915036

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Ordered a set of truleo headers and 2.5 in y pipe.
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drove it, and got a new black ice airfreshener
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New front breaks , now the passenger side is sticking.DAMN !!! its all stinky to drive . better go fix it
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Just came in from installing Rodney's lowering ball joints. Didn't quite lower it as much as I had hoped, but it will have to do as I don't want to go with springs.
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I gave mine a bath today, and took it for a drive. It has been parked for the last 2 years or so while I've been at school. It cranked right up too, just connected the battery, turned the key and it roared to life.

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i superglued the pontiac logo back onto the rear bumper, put the trim pieces back on the passenger side in the car and put the radio bezzle back on.

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Took the wife to lunch today in it, came home and left it in the driveway. It started raining and I forgot it was in the driveway.

I left the poor thing in the rain for an hour. I'm a bad bad man. time to wash and wax it again.
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I put 300 + miles on mine..... My newest edition an 85 GT Red 4spd got one heck of a deal on it. I traded my 86 S-10 Tahoe/SeaDoo Hauler for it. I still don't know how but, it happened. I have been trying to talk this guy into selling it for a while now. Yesterday I drove over in my truck and he started asking about it. Next thing I know he asks how it runs and among other things. I took him for a ride in it since he has let me ride in his GT a few times. We get back he says I got a deal for you. I'll trade you the GT for the truck if you still want it, I been needing a good truck for a while and I was thinking of selling the Fiero to get one.... I about fell over I have had this truck for a while now and I sold the Jet ski during the winter months. My plan was to sell it and get the GT if he would take my offer. It needs some paint, rear struts, and, a set of new seat skins. There are hardly any cracks in the dash and the carpet looks fair. He kept this thing in fine running order even though he hardly ever drove it. Has a fresh clutch, slave, clutch master cylinder, and, tires.


It has been quite some time since I posted here nice to see more and, more members are joining everyday. My 86 GT has been out of the loop for a while now terminal tranny issues. Not sure what let go in it but it sounded like every gear in it got chewed to bits. Try to put it in gear and it sounds like a meat grinder trying to grind sheet metal. I had began to forget what a pleasure it was to drive a Fiero. Surely glad to have one to drive. My plan now is to take my stimulus plan check add a little to it and, purchase a tranny from Mr. Parks.

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I picked up a screw in a front tire. Today will be pull tire off and plug the hole.
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I installed my new rear GT emblem, new exhaust heat shields under the bumper, washed the car, armoralled the interior and cleaned the black gunk from inside the exhaust tips.

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I started my 3000GT dash swap:








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Drove mine to church with the windows down and blowing my wifes pretty red hair everywhere hehe
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took out my dash to clean paint and replace the map pocket....its gonna be a hell of a day trying to put that bad boy back in.
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took the heads off and the oil pan then degreased a bunch of parts
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Bought some new mirrors. Still not sure on which ones to use. And started taking the 3500 apart to do some internal mods.
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Took the front calipers off, and as I was taking the pads out, they crumbled to dust in my hands. OMG imagine if I was on the road when that happened. Also sanded and scraped about 25 years of rust and dirt off the front suspension.
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(Yesterday) Fitted my new window beltline seals, courtesy of DIY_STU, and fitted one of two power mirrors (don't ask about the second one - what a fiasco!!!)...


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Just picked up this 86 SE on sunday and last night when It was raining the belt decided to pop.... So I did that last night, on the side of the road, in the dark and rain.... in 20 minutes....

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Washed and waxed it. This is the result seen from the living room window:

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Put a new passenger side fender and ground effects on my 85 gt.

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Do you have pics of the 68 GTO ?
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