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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Originally posted by Sharkman:


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.



crap. if i do find one, ill probably be paying top dollar for it.
arent you and yellow brothers?

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Well, today I decided to repair the waves that are in the top portion of my drivers door. Removed the skin. Broke several of the clips holding the molding on. Argh! Found the clips at the Fiero Store for a relatively cheap price. Yeah! Then I spent some time on the waves. I used my heat gun, and my Fiance's rolling pin (she doesn't bake?) to smooth out the ripples. Fairly happy with the outcome. Now, just have to wait for the clips to come in. Assemble the door. And done. Been putting this one off for a while now. Oh yeah, got new plastic rivets for the door skin bottom. Check out the ripples. Ugly.

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Installed new battery cables, found the mystery current draw.

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Attempted to replace the two fuel hoses that attach to the sending unit, but I failed. I should have just dropped the tank. I'll get back to it tomorrow. If those aren't the cause of my fuel leak, I'm going to be PO'd.

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got carver1's shift knob and picked up a beachwood dash
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Looked at it to make sure the batery tender was still working, and contemplating on how to fit an Indy in the same garage. Buddy of mine is possibly selling his low miles looks like new Indy for under $4000.00 to me.

to upset the indy guys : It would make a good winter beater car.
to upset all the other guys: It's for my wife to drive.

Honestly, still cant convince myself that I need another car to hide in the garage and keep away from sunlight, dirt, rain, etc.... Maybe after a few beers tonight I can convince myself. After that, convince the wife......
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Bought a 3.8SC for my GT
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Looked at my stock pile of parts waiting to go on the car... and listed some others Im going to buy:

Already bought:

Aeroforce Scan Guage
Boost Guage
Fuel Pressure Guage
Dual guage pod for A pillar
RD short shifter
Fierowarehouse IMSA side scoops

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Modular pulley system for my 3800SC
New Fuel Rails (cleaner design)
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Looked at it kind of funny. The car just looked back at me and cried- I think the radiator leaks I think it is actually watching me sometimes, I need to do something with it, and soon, it is driving me paranoid.
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I moved my GT outside to pull my dads truck in to work on it. I think it's mad at me now, but I can only fit three cars in my garage.
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Moved it 15 feet to make room in the garage. It was still fun though =)

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Sad day.

Cold weather seems to have caused my body panels to shift. My passenger door caught on my fender....... cracking the fender into a few pieces in the corner. The fender, and the ground effects panel on the door, are currently being held together with screws... right through the body. Only temporary, of course, until it warms up in the spring, when my dad and I were planning to paint the car anyway.Either way. How lame. It's not too noticeable, but still rather ghetto in the meantime. I'm sorry that I have to expose it to the horrible below zero Ohio weather. :/

I'll post a picture sometime this weekend if I get around to it. You won't know whether to laugh at how ridiculously ghetto it is, or cry.

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Tore the Driver's door off, rebuilt the hinges, new inner & outer dew wipes, new door glass, cleaned and lubed all the window tracks, yada yada yada........ Oh yeah, got the deck lid back on and adjusted - installing new door and trucnk locks too!
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Originally posted by Tony Kania:

Well, today I decided to repair the waves that are in the top portion of my drivers door. Removed the skin. Broke several of the clips holding the molding on. Argh! Found the clips at the Fiero Store for a relatively cheap price. Yeah! Then I spent some time on the waves. I used my heat gun, and my Fiance's rolling pin (she doesn't bake?) to smooth out the ripples. Fairly happy with the outcome. Now, just have to wait for the clips to come in. Assemble the door. And done. Been putting this one off for a while now. Oh yeah, got new plastic rivets for the door skin bottom. Check out the ripples. Ugly.





Hey Tony,

I don't think I have seen a Fiero do that. Any idea what caused it?

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I bought her off of an old GM executive. Sat in his garage for a long time. One of those garages with a window. The sun would beat on it, and I believe that she just wrinkled. I have yet to install the skin, but Fiero Store is usually pretty quick with their parts. So, just waiting on the last part that I took off. Happens to be the first part on. But I have patience.
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That's interesting - the old sun and magnafier thing I guess. I too am waiting for a FS shipment.

So while I was waiting, I shampooed and steam cleaned my seats and carpet. Can't believe the crud that came out of em. I could probab;y do it 3 more times and still get dirt out of it. I had a FIERO day - from 0800 to 1900 - feel like I am at work! Made good prgogress today and now its time for Pizza and BEER!
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I... snapped my clutch pedal to master cylinder rod...
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I took out my stock Fiero seats { driver's side with the usual tear in the side} and put back in the 1995 Cavalier seats I had in once before. They are alot like a Grand Prix seat, grey in color and fit the bottom rails perfectly.
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sometime last week, i put a decklid weather seal recall strip on a non running car.....stoopid winter

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I done these by saying A Big Thx PaulV for making them http://www.fiero.nl/forum/F.../HTML/036081.html#p8 And a Thanks to Mister idear that came up to me whit the Kit http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/072893.html .

All I did is cut out a brake light to where the back up light was and add it on to PaulV Kit

Sorry for the poor pic to not on the car , It been put away for the winter

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I hand bent, welded, and polished out two pieces of aluminum. Made them into a chin splitter. Once i get my drivers door back together, I am going to attack the front bumper cover. Need to fill in a few liscense plate holes, and paint the grey.

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Filled my black daily driver with 9.2 gallons of 87 octane Phillips 66 @ 1.739/gallon. Last time I put gas in the car was on Dec 12.
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I'm on my way down to the garage to clean the Burger King trash out of the passenger footwell, remnants from my roadtrip, this weekend.

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I've been rebuilding the throttle body injection on mine. I replaced all the gaskets, cleaned it thru out, replaced the IAC, TPS, fuel regulator, and the injector. I made a steel vac line for the EGR, to replace the high quality plastic stock one. I have a new ignition control module and will be ordering new coils next month.

The other side project has been something more cosmetic for the car. I'm polishing the rear vent covers. I've got one just about ready to clear. Once cleared I'll mask off the chrome and repaint the black. The other one is sanded to the 600 grit level so far. Here's some pics:

Before I started sanding the 2nd one.
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Today I got some more done on my door(s) rebuild and started to put the enterior back in. Also got my new wheels and tires put on....Getting close to being done!
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I went over to the storage unit and started it and let it run for a while to circulate the fluids and charge the battery. Then, I took all the paperwork and renewed the license plate for another year.
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Started on sorting out the headlights on my right-hand drive '84 - now have one that goes up and down, which is an improvement.
Just need to get the other one to do the same, but might wait a while, as it has just started snowing here, and I don't like the idea of working outside in this weather!

(modified to add -http://www.telegraph.co.uk/...ter-1ft-of-snow.html )

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Cleaned em both!
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Took a look at the '84 and wondered whether to keep working on it (cracked head). Finished up a clutch master cylinder replacement and slave cylinder rebuild on the '86 and at least can move it now. Still needs work. Drove it and realized it will need a new left front caliper. Other wise spent the day cleaning it up an doing a little interior work (it's sat for about two years. Just have bought it.).
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Repaired my broken driver headlight assembly that I started Friday night, but caught the flu in the middle of working on it, and didn't finish until tonight. Also cleaned off as much salt as I could.

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I pulled the coils, and module off the engine last night. Cleaned everything up and got the new ICM ready to go back on. I'll be getting the new coils in the next day or so.

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I replace the hood strut with a black powdercoated one from papafiero@verizon.com on my 88GT. I'll probably get that one powdercoated, then install it on my 87GT. It took all of five minutes.
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Found all the screws and rivets that are missing from the wheelhouses on the driver side. I have to order new aero moldings for the bottom of the fenders and the door aero molding is screwed (broken in half). I'm going to try and repair it,but if that fails I'll be looking for one of them also.

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that sounds like it should be in the What Went Wrong With Your Fiero...TODAY ? thread

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Got'er put up on jackstands last night, pulled the wheels off and replaced all the missing rivets and screws in the left side wheelhouses.

The fender and 1/4 panel are now firmly attached. I realigned the top of the lft fender and got the gap much more symetrical with the hood. The front cover to hood alignment wasn't to good either. The hood is lined up to the fenders nicely and the front cover matches the hood in the corners but in the center the cover was about 1/4" low. I loosened all the screws
holding the top of the front cover and it popped up into place. Retightened the screws, that was easy

So far so good!

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Replaced all my rotors with some Fierostore slotted and drilled ones.

Bought them from someone for $60 bucks who used them like twice.

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Pulled the radiator, installed a door moulding, pulled the headliner, and began the cruise install. Working on the front, middle, and back!

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1. I bought my Fiero today
2. I noticed the temp gauge doesnt work and put it on my list of things to fix
3. Took of the ugly PLASTIC aftermarket rear spoiler
4. Aired up my right front tire.
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Worked on Ol Yeller some. I removed the "luggage rack" and was going to install a GT wing but after looking at it, I decided to refinish the luggage rack and put it back on. I painted it and reinstalled it but the original rubber strips that fit in the bars are in bad shape and have yellow paint that is flaking off. I will look for new replacements but in the mean time, I got some 3/8" fuel line, cut it to length - had to notch the ends to fit over the mounting lugs. It turned out OK. Then the engine grates looked shoddy next to the newly pained rack so I had to repaint them. And that led to the gas cap then the side scoop then the sail panels........ It never ends! Now I have to paint whole car......




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