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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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Took it to town and filled it. (Without registration or safety, oooh, bad bad.)
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I took a Sawz-All and cut it into little pieces and piled it under a tree!

Seriously!

(It's a parts car, and there were no parts left to take off of it anymore - got to haul it off)
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Well, I picked up a new motor for my 86 SE. The motor has been sitting on a stand for awhile. After I got it home, and I looked at it a little closer, I noticed that a piece of the lower intake was broke off. I posted pics in another thread and asked for some advice. Most said to replace it while it was out of the car. So, this evening, I decided to remove it and I though while I was at it, I would take the pab off and inspect the bottom end a little too. Here are some pics of what I found.

The broke manifold.


The cruddy cold start Inj


A plastic tip on the Inj. is broke. Can I get this somewhere? or do I need the whole injector?


Assembly lube on Cam.


Assembly Lube on Crank.


Cylinder Hone.


And Old Yeller - with a siezed motor.



The pistons appear to be new as well as the valve's and valve springs. The heads are very clean and appear to be redone. The oil pump appears to be new. The timing chain looks new as well as what I can see of the cam. H20 pump looks new but, I am thinking of putting a new one on due to the length of time it has been sitting. What do you guy's think? I think I can button her back up, install a new H20 pump, repair the one broke injector tip/replace the injector and clean up the cold start injector and it will be good to go.

Comments, ideas, suggestions?

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Before I head to bed, I bought an EGR tube for the 86 and 2 sets of dew wipes from Stu...... I am glad I quit drinking and smoking so I could support the Fiero addiction....LOL
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Attempted to remove the intake on my DOHC so I can replace the gaskets which I'm hoping have failed and are the cause of my 4000 rpm idle.
Unfortunetely, the bolts are torqued too tight for me to get out, so I have to wait for a strong manly man to come along and loosen them.
Probably get it tomorrow, but I at least got all the accessories off today which is pretty good considering it was 104 degrees outside.
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I've been using my Fiero as my daily driver since I left my Subaru in Florida. I actually used the Fiero to go get a haircut today, but it still spends most of it's time in the garage.
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On Friday, put my new front calipers on, and on Sunday, put my new e-brake cables on.

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Well I:

On a parts 86 SE I tweaked on it and got it running. Car was bought as a parts car but the motor runs pretty good so it might get put into another car.

Pulled my LS4 setup out of my 88 GT to finish up on the motor mounts. Had to re-drill some holes for the mount so the motor would sit str8 in the engine bay. Got them drilled and put back on and now the motor/trans is poly mounted and str8.
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installed a set of stainless steel mirrors in the trunklid of my 87 notchie



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i did this all in the last week, just never got around to posting it.

dropped tank, emptied gas, replaced pulsator, tested pump (and probably killed it ) reassembled, put tank in car, filled with 5 gallons only to find fuel pressure was at 5 psi. fuel pump is DEAD. ordered a walbro 255 and fuel pump harness install kit all for $$140. installed optima redtop, awaiting TFS's console tray and new ebrake switch.

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I put new rotors and pads on the front And drove the car for the first time in probably three months. I always forget how wonderful driving a Fiero makes me feel.

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Put new belts on my friend's 88
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New battery. Tired of push starting it, not bad when I was able to park on the hill but cant get lucky every day.
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i replaced the springs of the trunklid with nice stainless steel hoodlifts





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Yesterday: Bought new rotors, calipers, and pads for the back. Returned one caliper because I recieved to left's. Painted the other. Also bought a set of new stainless steel brake lines (master cylinder back) from Inline Tube.

Today's agenda: Pick up right caliper and brake lines. Paint some more and get stuff mounted.

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Just finished pushing the 86SE into the garage for a much needed engine transplant. Let the games begin....Stay tuned.
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New tabs, (been sitting for 3 yrs)
Put new seat covers on, and took it for a freeway cruise to blast the gunk out of it.

BTW has anyone noticed how close the gears are on a Fiero?
I'm out of practice on one.. and damn.. waaaay to easy to hit 2nd instead of 4th.. 3rd was more of a "that would be cool" than an actual gear I could select.

The 3.4 makes 1st more of an ooohh look how loud I can be, than a real gear, actually easier to take off in 2nd for a smooth take off than first.
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worked on getting my 86gt back on the road after waiting for a radiator for over a month. did my rear brakes too. got it all together, did the first cooling system fill and let it run a couple minutes, but i had to leave for work so topping it off and checking my brake work will be tomorrow.
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Finished putting on dew wipes yeah! At least that headache is put to bed for twenty more years
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today i started bending and some welding my tubular control arms.
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Just got back from a little West Texas Fiero Cruise with some of the local El Paso Fiero folks. It was great to finally meet a few of the West Texas folks. We satrted off the day setting a 66 Vette body back on the chassis which I have to say is pretty impressive. Blown SBC, polished T400, polished alum headers, custom aftermarket suspension, 4 wheel discs, polished alum fuel tank, etc. all the good stuff. Then we drove over to the steak house, had some lunch then went for a quick drive up to the mountains. Short and sweet but lots of fun.

Attack of the Notchies. The burgandy one is a 4.9. The red formula is mine and the white one is getting a nose job and paint soon.



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I drove mine to Penns Grove, NJ, tomorrow I drive it to Lorton, VA to catch the auto train. On monday I drive from Sanford, Fl to our new home in Orlando.
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I took it to a car show at Hooters in West Palm Beach. Photos in O/T.
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replaced my fuel pump with a walbro 255. that brought out some new problems that will need to diagnosed and tracked down

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Dropped the tank, replaced the fuel pump, pulsator, and strainer. Good way to spend the afternoon.
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LOL, I know exactly where that picture was taken. Thats Trans Mountain RD.
And the cool part is back in like 1992 I took my girlfriends girlfriend to that spot in a red 86 Fiero Notchie and lets say I got to homebase. It was the first and last time in a Fiero!!!



oh and BTW: Just to stay on topic, I started my Indy today and moved it up 20ft in the garage so I could sweep under it. Thats all I did Fiero related today.

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Went to the local u-pull-it yesterday in the rain and found a power mirror switch. Looks to be in much better shape than what is on the GT.

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Bit late I know, but there was a car and bike show this week end.
Here's mine next to a nice Challenger:

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Had a flat tire Tuesday. Couldn't get the wheel off cause the lock-lug key would not get enough bite on the lug nut. It must have been used so much it got rounded off, or someone in the past ignored the label about not using an impact wrench on it.

So I had AAA tow it to a shop, where they took all the lock-lugs off. Got 2 new tires and an alignment. No more vibration at high speeds now!

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I got my LS6 today and worked on my widebody kit and rear bumper
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i got my new chips in from darth, and all is still a no go gotta keep working at it on his side since he knows what he is doing and what to do.

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Installed all new brake hardlines, stainless steel. The caliper lines and trunk floor are next.

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Switched my coil wire and found a vacuum line loose that I am guessing was the culprit of my code 32. Yesterday I installed a new distributer, cap, rotor, coil and I ordered trueleo's intake.
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I tested the amp and speakers I bought, along with the fit. Power and speaker wires are only temporary to make sure everything is working right. Next pull it all out, install the sound deadener on the floor, run permanent wiring and carpet it.
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Got the random code 32 EGR today... again.
Removed every ounce of EGR system from the car. Plugged the EGR->Plenum. Put custom heat wrapped y-pipe without egr outlet. Painted the aluminum y-pipe covers.
Now waiting for an EGR delete memcal. Looks a whole lot better without all that piping.
Over here they just test the CO and on idle.
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Just looked at it sitting in the garage - engine about out of it. Crawled under to disconnect the ac. Found the brand new comp leaking. If it's not one thing, it's 10 others.

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Paid for it!

Now I'm headed to register it. It's killing me cause the previous owner works near me and he parked it in the lot across from my barracks. I can see it out my window but I can't drive it yet!

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Picked up a Winaldl cable from Dodgerunner, setup my laptop with Winaldl and made a run yesterday just to test it out. Made a few more runs today and it has already paid off. The newly acquired data showed that I might have a lean condition. I swapped out the O2 sensor with a known working one and also found a leak in the fuel pressure regulator. Repaired that too and now the 88 seems to be running much better. I learn something new about Fiero's everyday - amazing! Thanks Dodgerunner for all your help!

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I registerred my Fiero last Friday, here in Florida. It's now officially a Florida car.
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Report this Post08-18-2008 09:07 PM Click Here to See the Profile for fieroguruSend a Private Message to fieroguruEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Its not for one of my Fieros, but I finished the fabrication for this accessory drive today:



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