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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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Originally posted by FieroJam:

Ordered a new tensioner pulley from the Fiero Store for my 88 Duke. Should have the car ready to recieve it when it shows up on Monday. Hopefully this will get my car back on the road if not I will be vry sad.


You can get one from GM! Probably same price and faster. I did mine last year.
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pulled my ebrake to make sure my rear brakes stayed adjusted, cable stuck on the passenger side, drove to Wendys, had a smoking wheel at Wendys, I now have a warped rotor YEEEYYYAAHHH! I'm so happy.
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Just added an new member to my fiero family, a 84 4sp duke. Have been working on the cluch slave and master cylinders, they were in bad shape. The slave cyl was full of RUST, just ordered replacments from ebay. $30.00 for master (new) and $23.00 for slave (new), just waiting on the slave cyl to get here so I can finish that part of the car and move on to somthing else (needs alot).
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Hi solotwo,

Thanks for the compliment on the wheels and tires. I got them form Les Schwab they are a local northwest tire dealer. Don't know if they are in you area. The wheels are ADR Design (forget the model number) with Toyo Proxis 215/45R17 tires.
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i changed the left rear calipier, hose and rotor on the left rear of my 86gt, drove it to a friends shop, and as i pull in, see the right rear smoking away.... (was only a 1mile drive), not sure what caused it, looks like i didnt have the e-brake cable on the left ratchet good enough, it poped off... why did this cause the right-side to lock tho?!?!?! it fixed when we re-attached it...
drained/refilled the brake fluid, and put new pads/rotor on the smoking right side (calipier seemed to be ok),
then i drove it home for the first time (45min drive from my work where i had it towed to when i bought it to home, striaghtup I95)
was a nice drive... even without it having any type of muffler system yet :X
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Installed a new front sway bar from HHP. Just need to do the rear when I get some free time.
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I almost finished removing the 1,500-mile Jasper-remanufactured 3.4 form the wrecked Camaro I got for free. The engine is hard to get out because of the the limited space above the intake.
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Went to improve the install of the Hammomd Louvers I put on a few months ago and YUP! I lost a bolt (replaced) and somehow missaligned them and now I have to do it ALL OVER AGAIN!!!! WHAT a PITA! LOL! I still like them though.

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Originally posted by solotwo:


You can get one from GM! Probably same price and faster. I did mine last year.


Actually the UPS guy showed up with the part just as I was taking the old one off so it was pretty good timing. It was not a surprise that the old one was leaking check out the gasket that was on it. Actually the gasket was stuck to the side of the block when I took the bracket off.



Unfortunately after getting the car ready to go for a test ride the starter finally died on me this was this past Monday. So of course today I got to have fun putting a new starter in. I didn't think that I would have enough room to do it with only the ramps to lift the back end of the car but I was able to get everything done and it looks like I can go back to driving my own car to work Monday instead of having to take my wife to work then go my own way. Also will save more money on gas driving my Duke all the way from Polk City to Pinellas Park.
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Installed a new front sway bar from HHP. Just need to do the rear when I get some free time.


Did it go okay? Piece of cake?

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Did it go okay? Piece of cake?



Took less than an hour. Very simply and straight forward. Almost didn't need the instructions, almost
I'll try and tackle the rear tonight.

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I put another transmission in the 88 last weekend because the other one died. Today I replaced the front shocks, calipers, pads and rotors on the 84. Next weekend I will probably do the rear brakes and start rebuilding the engine for the 84.

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I did the alignment on the IMSA yesterday and today. It took awhile (about 14 hours) to do it right. A never ending cycle of adjustments..... Bump steer, caster, camber, toe.... repeat. Each affects the other. Eventually it got dialed in.

I'm getting closer
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I had the cooling system flushed in my 87 GT and had the Getrag transmission drained and new synthetic syncromesh fluid added, Pricey stuff.

Wednesday I take it to the alignment shop. Getting ready for the trip to Pontiac.
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I drove my car to the exhaust shop to get the exhaust built for my 3800. Going to pick it up tomorrow.

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It stopped running on my way home from work, so I called AAA and had it towed to a shop. It felt like a cylinder stopped firing, but it sure didn't run long. I was lucky to pull into a parking lot.

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On Saturday, I replaced the sunroof gasket, and installed a new headliner, from The Fiero Store.

I've had the headliner since late March, and the weather has been kind of crappy.
Rained most of May and June, and it finally quit.

3 hours of glorious driveway wrench twisting, and my interior looks like it's almost new again.

Now I gotta figure out how to reglue the pad down, over the radio / heater control pod,

I'm thinking a generous dallop of silicone, and about 6 really heavy copies on Encyclopedia Brittanica, to hold it down, while it cures,
should do it.

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Almost road worthy again. Almost.

Finally got trans back from the builder last Tuesday.



Around eight or nine Friday night, Greg and I looked at each other.



You think Its gonna turn over, how about it actually firing up? You got the carb? I got the carb. Hang on let me roll down the windows so I can hear you just in case.
I can't believe you are taking your shoes off. Would you get in already and turn the key.

Fired right up. I could of hugged it. Think I actually did.

Still got the deck lid to put back on. The the old slave seems to have taken a turn for the worse, and somehow over the winter one of the ashtray doors broke.

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I swear I could eat off of that thing

Anyhow, I couldnt help but notice the alignment of the engine. Im not sure if its just the picture, but if you notice the line of the trunk wall, and the top line of the left valve cover - the engine looks crooked

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installed new valvecover gaskets and new gaskets intake manifolds on an 88 Formula
and a remote control for the powerdoors and trunk







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Does look a tad off center. Your right.
Definitly camera operator error. In an effort to get the best possible shot, standing on my tip toes.
...some days I have a little more balance than others.

No eating on the car though, or next to it.
Not underneath the thing either
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Fair enough....but can I drive it?!?!?!



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Screw the L67...

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Fair enough....but can I drive it?!?!?!




There is a long, long line for just that.
I let you know when your number comes up

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I updated my oil pressure sensor, added a heated O2 sensor and lost a starter shim.
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Put Texas tags on it after a 1900 mile 1-way trip and being in the car for 29 hours this past weekend.
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Fitted new front shock absorbers.

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I got a chance to spend a few day's at my mom's house where my 308 is being stored. I was able to work on the front grill aera as it needed to be cleaned up along with the wring. ( and yes, the next 3 day's I spent visiting with my mom, We all had a great time). Any way here are some pix of the work I did. Sorry about the quality I need a better camera! At least you can get an idea of what I did.

Here is the front before. Really dark and you could see wires behind the grill along with paint over spray


Grill and fog lights removed wiring cleaned up, splitloomed repainted balck and red behind grill,fog lights.


All done... I didn't even realize the grill was painted black! untill I took it out. I would like to have painted the grill a lighter color but I had to use what I had on hand. Seeing the car in person and the before and after I have nothing to complain about!!!!



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shot a couple shots for a photo contest

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Pulled the Air Conditioning Compressor, Lines, Condensor and accumulator. Had a catastophic cpompressor failure - went boom. In process of install all the new parts.... Also removed the dog bone and am looking for a suitable bushing to replace the worn out ones. Just finished installing struts & shocks. Everday is a Fiero project lately.
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Finally started the front mounted heat exchanger install... got it mounted, but need to go out for a cople of bolts and hose adapters.


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I located a place where I can buy new front shocks (so maybe I'll get to buy and install them around christmas time)
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Painted my new front calipers - 4 coats of red and 2 coats of clear.

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Over the weekend I put a 3800SC in my 88GT.
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