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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 started to give mine a tuneup and change all the sensors to try to get it to run right...

got the front 3plugs changed, new cap/rotor, the wires changed, and new TPS.

i started to freeze before i got to do anymore, trying to reach behind the the block to do the rear plugs, while my hands are going numb just wasnt gona happen... and i couldnt find my larger socket set to get the IAC or CTS.

i did findout that i have a rather nasty oilleak on the front valvecover that coated the old plugs/wires pretty nicely... yay for that....
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Originally posted by topcat:

Detailed it

1. Clay Bar
2. McGuires Car Polish
3. McGuires Wax

Looks great!


I agree did you get your stripes put on yet?

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Originally posted by Spoilt_87fiero:


I agree did you get your stripes put on yet?


Nope, notyet. I had originally planned on getting it done last week, but as it turns out I worked a lot of hours before the holiday break, and the shop can not take the car until after the New Year.
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Got mine back from the shop (again) today. This time it was the fusable link by the starter.

The pickup lost its water pump and I had it towed home to fix another day, so the 84 Fiero is my only ride now. But I'm not complaining.

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I completed the front end rebuild.

Everything including cross-member has been sandblasted and painted with POR-15
All new ball joints. Lower are Rodney's 1 inch "Knuckle raiser".
New exterior tie-rod end
Poly bushings.
New KYB GR-2 shocks.
Most of the bolts and nuts are new.



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NOTHING!

Freaking called into work!
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I dug mine out of a snowdrift.

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Peered out my front window at it sitting on my front lawn, with a fried clutch
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Installed one of my home-built adjustable coilovers...

-5, working outdoors, on the side of the street - yuk!

Will try to get the other one done tomorrow... (start the year as I intend to finish it!).

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I did a brake job on the '88 coupe today. New pads and rotors up front (went on without any problems) and a new left rear caliper and new pads & rotors out back too. I only ordered the left rear caliper because it was obviously seized (got very hot when driven), but as luck would have it, teh right rear caliper was also seized. It was seized, but not contacting the rotor so it didn't get hot like the drivers side. So now I have 3 out of 4 new brakes!

The kicker is when I had the caliper loose and attempting to screw in the piston, I actually wound up pushing it out further and it would not go back in. Then, in a vain attempt to press it in, I used a big clamp and busted off that little plastic button on the piston and it leaked fluid everywhere. I had to borrow an old core from a friend just to get it back together! It works, but has a small leak somewhere.....I can't get all of the air out so the pedal is spongy.

Tomorrow I get to go back and get the alignment done for a third time. Maybe they'll torque down the upper control arm bolts this time.


Oh well.....I'll have it figured out soon.
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I bolted the engine back into the cradle.
(Dropped the 4.9 to repair multiple oil and coolant leaks.)

Going to drop the tank tomorrow to replace the fuel pump and recalibrate the sender. (Sucks wind at ~1/4 tank indicated.)

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Working on my F355 front. Want it to fit correct.




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Hung some shelves in the garage so I can get at the car.

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i cut all my fenders, cut out the trunk , and are working on mounting a set of 31.10.50 super swampers on it
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Finally got these installed today.

More paint on them tomorrow and then cut & buff, install trim and wait for hex screen mesh material to arrive to finish em'.
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Rebuilt the front calipers, Rebuilt the rear calipers, installed new rotors in the rear, new hub/rotors in front, stainless braided lines all four corners, flushed the lines Finish it up tomorrow.
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Basic tune-up, including

R43TS6 spark plugs
plug wires
distributor cap and rotor
Air filter
PCV valve
breather filter
fuel filter
oxygen sensor

purchased new positive battery cable, waiting for negative cable from dealer.
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what did i do to my fiero day hmmm i bought her

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walked a mile in 10 degrees to a parts store for some dot 3 because my clutch decided to spring a leak
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having just bought her jan. 1st, she seems to have been sitting for at least a decade (only 80k miles)

took 2.5 carburetor out and cleaned it, im gonna need to buy a rebuild kit since the injector and everything around it is dirty messed up looking, my dad said he noted rust but i didnt see anything bad, he;s the mechanic though. Cleaned the spark plugs, one was so bad the car was only running off 3 cylinders. Now the car almost feels like a new car, the engine is pushing me even smoother, even when it was 3 cylinders the car was smooth so now its even more dreamy.

Cleaning the carb got the idle down a bit but it still idles high when cold
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Pulled the starter for replacement.
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Absolutely nothing, and that's the way it will stay until I get my full wages back..Just got hit by cut-backs today at work, and I was just going to buy all the parts to finish the front suspension (15% off at the Fierostore tomorrow)..Lucky I still have a job and internet...

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I repaired a bad splice job on a fusible link that had me running only on battery juice. I'm glad it wasn't a bad alternator like I suspected......MUCH easier to resplice in a connector than remove an alternator from a quad-4!

Knock on wood, I think I have everything fixed well enough to actually start using the coupe as a daily driver, which was my intent when I bought it. Cross your fingers.
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Tried the car , after a 37795 with a MR2 piston swap on my 88 GT with a g├ętrag .
Had no choice of using it , part store gave me the wrong piece for my other car and i was stuck at home with it dismantled , and no other car than the Fiero to move along .

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Home made LED parking lights and H3 lamp with LED.

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I took all my personal stuff out of it, so that it can be picked up for transport to it's new owner.
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Originally posted by Sharkman:

Home made LED parking lights and H3 lamp with LED.




wow, i like that white LED look from that lens. i should go for the f355 front..... now where do i attain one of these?

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I changed the heater core outside in -9 degree windchill.

*shivers*

Wisconsin is fun......
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I was doing some trans work on the blue V8 GT at the shop this weekend and when unloading it off the trailer at home it slipped off the winch and rolled down the yard to nicely wack into the barn wall. It was a very nice moment in life. Just took out a right fender and the front bumper. I'm looking for the replacements now 86 GT aero style smooth moulding if you have one. Must be in good condtion not worried about the paint as it will be repainted.

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Originally posted by americasfuture2k:


wow, i like that white LED look from that lens. i should go for the f355 front..... now where do i attain one of these?



The European f355 fronts are hard to get hold of. I got mine 3-4 years ago and havent got it on the car until now.
Mine is the same as Yellowstones.

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Installed this




In the car but not hooked up




Other side




Getting closer

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bout to goto the shop and finish the last corner of my suspention

new bushings, new shocks/sturts. new springs, ball joints, tie rods, etc

and possibly install the rear swaybar
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Got a bunch of parts ready to be installed, Rodney Dickmans comp shifter II with new boot/ring and cold air intake kit, a pillar gauge and gauges, k&n air filter, the fiero store gold ion head light kit and clear front signal lights. Now i just have to wait for all the snow up here to melt and i can maybe start installing these.
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Well lets see.....

Finally received my parts form the Fiero Store and got all the calipers rebuilt and installed.


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Got it back. New owner decided he didn't want it, after a couple weeks. There are some parts missing
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Replaced the Manifold Air Temperature sensor, the Idle Air Control Valve and the o-rings on the fuel injector. Will be pulling the coil packs today and inspecting the spark plug wires to see what is causing cylinder 1 not to fire intermittently.
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Did the unthinkable, and cranked it over when it was near zero in the garage, just so I could drag my butt to the gym. Never feels right.

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Changed the oil and worked on making my poor brakes look a bit better.
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Much better.






PS... Red caliper paint adds at least 10 hp.
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tested some more wiring on the DIS side now. still a no go back to work on either the next warm day (HA!) or when i get it into a garage when i move next month. cant wait!

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good luck with your coilpack right there. unless you have completely covered vents and will never drive in the rain or after you wash it.

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