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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Changed the gauge today and replace the normal bulbs for blue leds.
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Found this as I was swapping 3500's in the GT need new turbos. Looks like my project is on hold, yet again.

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Replaced the alternator on my 2M4. Hopefully, it won't die on me anymore.

[EDIT] Turns out that was the issue I was having all along with my car dying repeatedly. Intermittent issue with previous alternator and a belt that was squealing like a Banshee! Now she purrs and stays charged

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i drove it for the 1st time after being accused of being a drug dealer with an uninspected car. its gettin inspected tomorrow.
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Brought home the donor organs for the 3800sc swap on the 86 s/e!

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Changed out the front crank seal! Yahoo..... That was fun!



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I washed mine
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Modified cowl induction scoop I purchased on ebay. It is now contoured to fit my hood. Cut vent hole in hood above the radiator, temporarily mounted cowl induction scoop on the hood, Cut hole in deck above the engine and temporarily mounted scoop (now a vent). Resumed working on my center console.
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Finished the installation of the sequential rear taillight flashers.



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Very cool falcon_ca. Do you have a write-up on that?

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Ordered a new front badge and got it washed today, I'm so tired of winter.
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Got the wires over the weekend, installed them and got the old girl running again. I think I may be changing the valve seals before I hit the road, she was smokin pretty bad.
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Removed the front exhaust manifold, unwrapped it, welded the cracked left side flange/manfold joint, re-wrapped and installed, took a nice little drive without that "tic-tic-tic-tic" sound ruining the "Spintek" tones!
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A couple of weeks ago, I pulled the battery out of it and put it on the trickle charger overnight, in anticipation of moving it to a new, larger storage unit. I took it out for a short drive that day to circulate the fluids, rid the tires of flat spots, etc. Today, I went over and started it up and let it run for about 20 minutes.
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I've been wrapping my interior A-pillars with supple black - pleather. My headliner is next.

I also picked up some Alcantara looking/feeling stuff for my arm rests, assuming I think it will turn out well.

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moved mine into a garage at my new apartment saturday. couldnt post till i was able to "grab" someones unsecured wireless signal. suckers.



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Just went to the storage garage, started the thing and let'er run for a while. It's up on jack stands so no wheels, no drive!

Noticed I'm gonna need some minor exhaust work and oil leak tracing this spring. I think the leak's coming from the oil pan at the dipstick or oil sensor so no biggie...thank Zarquon!
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I drove mine!!
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Prepped the grounud skirts and mouldings for paint, hooked up the "Performance shift" switch, finished up welding exhaust, and did some work to my fiberglass side scoops ! Oh and drove it to the mailboxes at the end of my road.
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Ordered new Dart emblems for the sail panels from FieroStore.
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Drove it home with failing brakes. I plan on fixing this myself this time.
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Not as exciting as most of you; but I took it to get the annual inspection and the state emissions control testing machine failed, not the Fiero .

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Do you have to go back or they gave you a ' BY " ?

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I picked up an AM/FM/CD from a late model Sunfire found in a "reclaimation" yard. It looks like the one in my 88GT, so later this week, I'll try it out on that car. Now I need to figure out the wire harness I bought when I put that radio in the 88GT. The install it in my IMSA (88 coupe).
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Today I finally removed the air intake water seperator. What a piece of garbage! So it had to go. I replaced it with 3" pvc tube. Did not have my camera with me. So no pics, but you all know what happened. It actually came out perfectly. I needed to heat up the rubber piece under the aircleaner to fit the 3" pvc. I then used a 45 degree coupler into another piece of pvc. I then attached that piece to the rubber behind the inlet. Oh yeah, before I did all of this, I took out the aircleaner and sanded and repainted the entire assembly. I had a hard time reinstalling the inner fender plastic. The new inlet is just a little to big. So out came the heat gun again. Now she fits like a glove.

I know of no real horsepower gains in doing this, but the sound of the air rushing into the engine is sweet. And the smile I have on my face makes all the cuts on my hands worth the 3 hours that this project took me.

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Worked on the driver’s side power door lock. It would need repeated attempts to lock and open; now it opens in one shot but the closing still requires two. However it is better than multiple repeated clicks, I'm happy with the outcome.
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I know, I posted here yesterday, but I am so happy about my Fiero. It still is hovering around freezing here, but the roads were dry this morning. I pulled and checked all of my plugs last night. Set the timing, and got her running like a top. Went for a couple hour drive. She runs just awesome! Went down to my local airsoft retailer. Needed to buy a new barrel. I pulled into their parking lot. There was an officer in his unmarked sitting in the lot. Found out that he is a fellow airsofter. Then we spent a good 15 minutes talking up cars. He just had a ton of nice compliments that made my day. Plus I made a new friend. I just love it when folks compliment me on the hard work that I put into this car.

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Put in a new shift boot and shift knob. Pics will be taken later.
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Gave it a bath for tomorrow's car show.
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I know, I posted here yesterday, but I am so happy about my Fiero. It still is hovering around freezing here, but the roads were dry this morning. I pulled and checked all of my plugs last night. Set the timing, and got her running like a top. Went for a couple hour drive. She runs just awesome! Went down to my local airsoft retailer. Needed to buy a new barrel. I pulled into their parking lot. There was an officer in his unmarked sitting in the lot. Found out that he is a fellow airsofter. Then we spent a good 15 minutes talking up cars. He just had a ton of nice compliments that made my day. Plus I made a new friend. I just love it when folks compliment me on the hard work that I put into this car.






Hey Tony,
Are you replacing your shift nob?
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I cut off 1 1/2" a few years back. I have a turned down aluminum shift nob.
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Cleaned it up and cut the paint before tomorrow's Pontiac Owners Club local meet.
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Found te source of my poorly running 2.8. Timing was off and the dis clamp would not hold the dis in place. Contantly changing the timing. Installed a clamp from a parts car and all is well. The car runs like a dream. No more herk and jerk while cruising @ 2000 rpm. I bet my gas mileage improves too. Also pulled the plugs - all good. Went through all the electrical connections, etc. Just an oil change left and I'll be ready for all the runs this year. Can't wait to meet up with all the other Texas Fiero Folks this year.
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Filled it up and took it out on a run with a couple of friends to a Diner that used to be on the banks of the Susquehanna River, just north of Harrisburg.


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I cut off 1 1/2" a few years back. I have a turned down aluminum shift nob.


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Fiero's are people too. We pay just as much attention to them, if not more than our loved ones
screw paying those bastards. im not going to become rich by paying for things.....
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Since I last looked at this thread, I made a box and installed a 10" sub and amp behind the passenger seat.
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Stop looking at my dinger! Perv.....
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I found two "J-shaped" pieces that hold the black trim onto the bottom of the front fascia and dropped 'em off at a local machine shop to be sandblasted. I'll pick 'em up tomorrow, bring 'em home, prime, paint, and install just in time for a drive to New York.
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I left my Fiero at home and drove my truck today. It snowed here yesterday, and I'm not about to drive a rust free 88 when there might be salt on the roads.
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Took my 87 through emmisions testing for the second time and it passed. Woo Hoo!
After I replaced the oxygene sensor, exhaust manifold, intake manifold gasket and rebuilt the throttle body.
Funny, it does not run any different than before but seems to put out less CO so now it passes the sniff test clean as a whistle.
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