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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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Restored old potato chip headliner in my T-Top. Bought 1 yard of 12.00 ratfur at JoAnn fabrics and some auto upholstery glue spray and went to work. I HATE trying to reinstall sun visor screws!!! I would rather visit the dentist for a root canal.




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bought a small lathe last week, to see if I could work with it...first obvious tryout is to make some...eh...sparkplugwireholders



hmmm I like this new tool !

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Worked on my Cradle!

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Helped a fellow Fiero owner replace a clutch in his Fiero.
Also ordered a fuel pressure gage for my Fiero.

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bought a new fuel pressure regulator and the tools to replace it in case it does completely fail on the 9 hour trip home.
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bought a small lathe last week, to see if I could work with it...first obvious tryout is to make some...eh...sparkplugwireholders



hmmm I like this new tool !


I am jealous! I have been looking for one, myself. It has been taking for ever to make my pulleys, at work.
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I had a new windshield installed in the daughter's Fiero today. Haven't seen it yet it was done while I was at work and they covered the car with a tarp before it started raining. Almost ready for inspection... which means I will be able to turn my focus and free time toward working on MY Fiero...heh.
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i can't afford to do anything to my fiero but pay the registration renewal
i live outside of the Sydney metro area and its cheaper for me $364 for the insurance and $280 for the gov. fees
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I drove it no problems
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This thread is motivating to get things done. I try to do at least two things each night.

I painted all my faded T-Top end caps and glass trim from faded white to stock grey using my $15.00 can of spray paint from Fierostore.
I have to admit good spray paint...it dries tackless in 15-30 minutes and dries so good you'd swear the plastic was the same color throughout.


before:


After: (still wet, won't be so shiny once dry).
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Had the clutch master and slave replaced..I can't complain too much as they were 21 1/2 years old.
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After fixing the tach and a few other little adjustments, we went for a spin on the back roads:

http://fr.youtube.com/watch?v=48IT5ymJ37M

http://fr.youtube.com/watch?v=76NB2_iYHhI

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I finally got my Hella driving lamps installed in the new front end.



The weather was pretty gloomy today. So I had to dodge the rain clouds while I was working on it.
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more bodywork. I hate sanding!
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I had a crack in the windshield fixed today that I got on the road yesterday
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Had a nail pulled out of my rear driver-side tire and patched.
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i bought a new slave cylinder, and replaced the passenger side head light assembly(couse it missteriously stoped working last night). i serched for a mastercylinder..see the mall. and i attempted to remove the headlight bulbes from one of my project cars ( couse there green lights super bright) but soon realized i couldent get to the bottom screws that hold the chrome ring on. i guess you have to remove the assembly to change a bulb?!?!?!?!

just bend the rim down

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Changed the rear brake pads , the temp sending unit that contol the fan , also changed the printed circuit board ( Cluster )
Also i went to the auto part near my place and can have 88 rear caliper for 105.00$ Canadian , don't know if it's a good price ?

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New brake lines from Earl's showed up today. Worked on a speaker pod yesterday...

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this was done yesterday and never got around to finishing it up today. thank you rain for spoiling my plans!

i yanked out my entire bulk portion of the engine bay harness to repair it and recover it. merlot did this all when he was in a rush just to get it on the road and to his new home, he tried cleaning up the engine bay from his cluttered wiring mess ( you can find a thread on this ) and he placed all the wiring in the worst places possible, mm's away from the headers!

retaped the bulk of the harness and placed everything back as much as i could while in the dark still. got the c500 and 7730 conversion harness through that little hole, not after everything gets hooked back up from the underside of the car, i will see what doesnt work. oh th joy!

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1987 Fiero GT built by my brother, merlot566jka, 3500 LX9 from 06 Malibu, WOT-TECH.com 1280 grind stage 3 cam, LS6 valve springs, 1227730 ECM conversion, Darrel Morse solid aluminum cradle mounts, Truleo headers modified to fit the 3500, 36# inectors, 70mm 4.3 throttle body adapted to 3500 intake, ported heads, upper and lower intakes, lightly polished, tcemotorsports.com crank trigger wheel, CenterForce dual friction clutch, Flowtech Afterburner muffler, 2.5" piping, cat deleted, EGR deleted, SinisterPerformance tuning, C6 Corvette exhaust tips. projected to be 35 MPG with a guesstimate of 250 hp at the motor

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I took my Fiero out to my first autocross race. Actually, it was the Fiero's first autocross race, too. Somehow, I got the feeling the car was saying "is that all you got?!" to my meager driving skills.

Anyway, here's some cockpit video footage.



It's funny the things you notice in a video that you don't notice first-hand... like the sound of my keys bouncing around. Plus, I noticed that my tires weren't complaining very much. So they probably weren't near their limit. That just means I'll have to keep my foot on the gas pedal a little more in the future.
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Today was a productive day for my Fiero. Investigated a laundry list of minor issues.
-First, replacing the front calipers and pads after the RF stuck at the very end of a 4.5 hour drive.
-Installed the "Fiero 2M6" sticker on the deck lid
-Then, got the trunk light working (just a loose connector).
-At this point, I noticed that the Cruise Control connector was not fully seated, and had a slightly damaged pin in the wiring end. Did my best to fix the pin, reinserted the connector, and will verify it's function as soon as the front brakes are done.
-Then, reinstalled one of the instrument panel bulbs, which fixed the half-dark speedometer.
-Another thing was a non-functional windshield washer system. The motor runs, the lines are clean, but no fluid comes out. It looks as if the motor is fine, but the pump may be shot.
-Installed the plastic cover over the seat belt pivot on the B pillar (drivers side).
-Replaced two burned out bulbs for the center dome lights.


I know there's a couple more things I'm forgetting... but that should cover it.
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Yesterday I put the driver's side rear suspension back in. Today I put the passenger side back in (in half the time of the driver's side, of course). She's looking a bit less like she;s being used as a parts car now.
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Nothing for once, things have been good lately.
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Not today but I replaced my old cracked rear bumper with the immense help of FIEROPHREK. Woo!
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Said a prayer for it as it is currently under water.

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more fiberglass and bodywork for me!

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The spoiler and rear end complement each other really well.
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installed the sub box made by wikid one, and fit the kicker comp vr 8 into it. I still need to finish the wiring. I tested the sub and box in my f 150. It hit hard for an 8. And the bracket holds a heavy dual voice coil speaker fine.

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Said a prayer for it as it is currently under water.



i thought fieros float

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Stripped and painted my decklid vents.

Well, attempted to. I'm positive I didn't use the aircraft stripper right cause not all the paint came off and they look like crap so I gotta do them again.
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I took mine back apart to chop it HE HE!
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I got tired of replacing the ignition coil every 6-8 months. In the stock location, the heat was frying it. So today, I relocated the ignition coil to the trunk wall. It was surprisingly easy. The coil to distributer ignition wire and module to coil cable were both long enough to reach. All I had to do was extend the wires from the coil to the tach filter. The mounting bracket is just a short piece of aluminum angle stock. There was already a mounting bracket on the trunk wall in that spot, with a hole pre-drilled in it. So I didn't need to modify the trunk wall.





Now that the coil isn't sitting on top of the exhaust anymore, it should be a lot cooler.
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today I made 2 new bushings from a piece of delrin...no more sloppy action here
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tie rod end that completley cocked my steering wheel to the right
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Got into my Fiero at the airport after being away for a couple of weeks on holiday, packed our suitcases into it, got in, put the key in and switched it on - started instantly, no hesitation at all - the right way to end a holiday!

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'85 SE 2M6 automatic w WS6 suspension, factory sunroof, slightly modded interior, after-market cold air induction kit, rear spoiler, component speakers instead of the 4x10s, poly bushes on the cradle, swapped the 14" Tech alloys for 15" Diamond Spokes...

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

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i started on making another neater looking 7730 conversion harness.

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I STARTED MY CAR FOR THE FIRST TIME IN MORE THAN A YEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I replaced both a lower ball joint, and stopped my steering column wobble... pretty productive day I'd say.
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