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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Dealt with more coolant problems. Coolant was spilling over the resivoir cap and leaking all over at the cruise night I went to in Winthrop Harbor. Fiero Thomas was able to help over the phone, and a certified mechanic happened to have a car at the show tonight, the car and I got home OK.

Might be a bad thermostat, and/or might be the water pump (again).

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Went to the local u-pull Sunday and found this set of allmost rust free sunroof gasket channels.
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reinstalled the cradle/drivetrain in an 88 Duke auto - took 3 1/2 hours to get the cradle bolts to line up (just missed it by that much) evidently one of the front bolt tubes is tweaked a bit and that's the one I put in first, throwing everything else of a bit.

Finish it up today, and get it running!
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I covered it up in case T.S. Fay decides to pour more water on Miami.
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Wiped down the engine block...Got alot of that old grease and grime off....
Then..."Gave my Fiero a Hug"
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Replaced the old after market radio/cassette that came with my Car with an MP3/CD/radio from a Pontiac Vibe.

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Well after much procrastination, I finally got the motor out of my 86. I can't believe how easy it was once I grew a spine and dove in. Thanks to all that have helped so far and thanks in advance to those that will help in the coming days.

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After a crappy day at work, I took out my frustrations on my poor Ol Yeller 86 SE. Got the trans & engne seperated. Now for the clean up.....


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Got her back from the shop today after they repaired what caused the incident on Monday. Bad radiator cap and bad thermostat make for a messy arrival at a car show about 40mins away. They also did an oil change.
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Starrted swapping parts from the smoked motor to the new one!

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put in a new chip by darth, v2.2. car is running much better, put 76 miles on it. and sucked down 1/2 a tank still got lots more tuning to do.

EDIT: i drove it some more, and fouled all my plugs. 7 miles from home. that sucked. they fouled out in the middle of driving. that sucked.

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Rolled it out of the dusty garage and gave it a nice wash. Now it's nice and clean

Hopefully it can stay that way a little longer this time.
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I just replaced the front shocks on my '84. I ran out of daylight today so I have to get up early tomorrow and finish what I started. Work for tomorrow: rear struts, brake pads and new brake fluid.
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Car show today in downtown Grayslake! About to go clean the car up in a few minutes.
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Drove to Ft Lauderdale at a state park and parked the car along the inter-coastal waterway and watched the boats and roller blading girls skate by as I waxed the car,
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Modified an 84 cradle for an engine swap.



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Replaced the tacho/oil pressure gauge in instrument panel of the 85 v6. At least I know it has good oil pressure now (50+psi), old gauge used to show maybe 10 psi on a good day!

Next job is replace drivers side door hinge bushings and all the locks. Oh joy....

P.S. Nice work on that cradle, what's going on there?

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Thanks! It might seem a little over kill. But it is a 3800SC. I want a full size muffler to tone down the engine a bit.
I am building my exhaust like Fieroguru built his. Now, I have to redesign the bumpsteer issue.
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/087174.html

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all i did to the fiero is drive it and give it a bath and a wax.
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Finished up the sub enclosure. Now I need to figure out what to do around the amp, LOL.

I'm thinking maybe a grill of sorts covered with speaker grill cloth. Something to kinda hide it but still allow airflow.

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Sexy setup!
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Performed the pegging temp gauge fix. It works!! If you dont know what i'm talking about, search for fiero temp gauge fix on google.
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I painted both valve covers and the upper intake manifold and I am very happy with the results.
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Report this Post08-24-2008 11:00 PM Click Here to See the Profile for ToddsterClick Here to Email ToddsterSend a Private Message to ToddsterEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
The other day I pulled the engine and tranny in an 88 Coupe. Today I replaced the clutch, put in a new tranny (the old one had beautiful metal flakes in the 90 weight ), Welded-up a crack in the exhaust, replaced the water pump, pressure washed the whole thing and tossed it all back up into the car and had it back on four wheels before the sun went down.


my hands hurt.
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You go Toddster. I pulled the TB of my 88, cleaned it all up, cleaned the IAC, inside the upper intake, the tube from the TB to the lower mainfold, etc. etc. etc. Made a big difference for Idle and acceleration. Also spent a lot of time looking at the 86 with the motor out. Gotta gather some parts begore I can install the new motor. Thinking about rebuilding the whole rearend. Got the poly bushings for the a arms and cradle. Al ready installed new struts. It needs rotors and pads (thinking of upgrading). Maybe next weekend!
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Looking good katatak. I see you wasted no time with the engine removal guide.

Have a + outta petty cash.
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Sexy setup!


I'm guessing that was for me.

Thank you

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Went to the paint booth and changed the color .
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Finally finished removing the aftermarket wiring that was entangled into my wiring harnesses. Now to get working on getting the engine running again. Realized my custom one-off sub box I bought doesn't quite fit right.
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Installed Norm's Fiberglass front-mount battery box.
This project was a LOT of work and took a full 9 hours.
Man, am I glad this project is done with!

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Mine is sitting in it's new home. I put up some racks to get all the boxes out of the way, so I could have access to it again. It was "boxed" in literally.


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drove it ...
had some one throw rocks at it
got pissed off in it...
decided its not worth the waste of gas just for revenge when
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Finally drove it! It was great! I'm loving this, the A/C and cruise controll still work!
I had to eyeball the rear camber since it's now too low to get on the auto shop's rack for a proper set up. After going up and down 395 afew times it seems safe enought to make the trip to Fort Detrick, my next duty station, and now the problems:

the steering wheel is not straight and the seems to be a bit of play in the steering overall
the headlights come on but don't pop up. huh? they just worked!
the tach seems to work from 0-1000 to 2700 and above. anyone seen this before?

not really a problem, but after getting some seat time, finally, a bit more power is needed. a 3.4 doesn't seem like a bad idea now and a 4.9 sounds even better, don't have to go whole hog with a 350 or LS, but that LS4 thread does sound pretty sweet, but I have a cradle modified to accept an Ecotec, so I'm going with that. I'll have plenty of time at my new duty station to get a motor, transmission and other parts, but the wiring is scaring me.

cerulean, do tell, was that a straight forward install? is there an AUX jack? I don't see one but I'm just making sure.
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looks better than the double din Pioneer I have now.

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INSTALLED MT NEW 30# INJECTORS!
come see my build
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Finally got an adjustable sleeve on to one of my new struts - after getting it stuck on once, I cleaned every last bit of paint off, and filed down the edges of the part number stampings, heated the sleeve in the oven, and whacked it on!.

Time to get started on the other one...

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'85 SE 2M6 automatic w WS6 suspension, factory sunroof, slightly modded interior, after-market cold air induction kit, rear spoiler, original Tech alloys, component speakers instead of the 4x10s.

Outstanding tasks - adding electric windows, locks, and mirrors (all the bits sitting around in a box, awaiting time...), new wheels and rubber, as well as rear adjustable coilovers, and poly bushings all 'round.

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I fixed the A/C... again. The schraeder valve in the high-side service port failed, and vented all the refrigerant. Since my system is converted to r134a, the service ports have adapters screwed onto them, with plastic caps. The plastic cap on the high-side port may not be strong enough to hold in the refrigerant, but a steel bolt should be.

In case anyone is interested, the proper bolt size to plug the high-side service port (with the r134a fitting installed) is M8 x 1.0mm.
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oil and oil filter change with 3.8 L of 10w-30

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Tried bleeding my brakes again...

Still too soft - will have to spend some quality time on it this weekend!

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Well I finally got to do the first startup of my 3800SC swap, no exhaust on it yet and still a few things that need finishing it up, but my wiring seems to work and it runs!
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umm messing with the breaks and a bad ignition module
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