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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Wouldn't just the senor have done it?
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Wouldn't just the senor have done it?


Yes, probably but the threads in the manifold were stripped from P.O. New unit would not screw in. The manifold looked like it had been repaird a few times. Thought what the heck, as long as I am here I may as well put on the new one I already had.

It did not run any different as it still had a intermittant stumble at idle. So, I thought what the heck, I am already here so go ahead and reseal the intake and throttle body as they were not the cleanest looking anyway.

You know the rest of the story.

I am still trying to get a smooth, stable idle but from what I here on the forum I may be chasing the end of the rainbow.
Just in case you were thinking it. It is not the EGR valve as it tested out just fine and I even removed it and installed a block off plate. Soooo, no leaking EGR.
TPS is good, MAP sensor is good, (test good and is the same as one in 86 GT, even swapped em to make sure) Engine temp sensor checks out. Fuel pressure is good.

The coil packs are new and check out. The ignition module is new and checks out as is the crank position sensor. New wires and AC plugs.

Last thing to check is a leakdown test. Compression is awsome at 160 PSI in all four holes.

Except for the intermmitant stumble at idle it pulls strong and does not miss a beat.

Guess I will just drive it and be happy.


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Fought with emblems and glue today, and later hit 88,888.8
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well this weekend i'm going to replace my sway bar bushings, endlinks, and wheel bearings!
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I painted my cracked and chipped engine vents with some BBQ grill & stove paint. They turned out alright. Could use some sanding, but I am happy enough with them being all one color.
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Finally finished with the 4.9 timing cover and water pump re-gasket (for the second time. Long story. )
Put the car back on its wheels last night. Moved it around in the garage and checked for leaks.
Drove it to the local Mexican joint tonight for waaay too much food.

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Swapped out the front brakes (calipers and all) from the 84 to the 86 since the 86 was pulling to the left and now all is fine!
Checked the back ones while I was at it and have come to the realization that some people should not be allowed to play with impact guns! If someone had ever had a flat and had to use just the tire tool I doubt they could have gotten the rear wheels off!

After taking it for a spin I believe it'll be ready for a return to service once I take care of a couple of little things.

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Time for a tune up on my 87 GT. It has been a couple of years and maybe 10K miles since the last tune up.



Guess which plugs are the firewall side.

I don't drive the car in that much rain.. Check your plugs!!!

I also took the car to the AC shop that converted the system 134a in 05. It checked out fine, ready for summer cruising.
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double post.....??????

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Triple post...???? WTF

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What the heckkk.... NO POST


Anyway.. Here we go again....

I'm trying to get my stage II scoops finished to get them out of the way for..........



see how high the GT body line is compared to the new scoop..... NEEDS TO BE FIXED









I WANT IT DONE ALREADY!!!!!! I WANT TO START SOMETHING ELSE.... SOMETHING LIKE


















AND ALL THE PORT AND POLISH TO GO WITH IT -- IS DONE TOO!!!!! All I want is some spare time in-between the 2 jobs that I have to finish it....... PLEASE!!!!


rebuilt long block was done by S&S Engines even with using my custom components--- www.hiperformer.com
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just pulled my harness again for the umpteenth time and found even more mistakes. blasted! im going by my GM sources for the wiring conversion rather than darths setup. sorry man, but your stuff just isnt "clicking" with me.

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You mention S&S as being your builder. Is it the company out of Spokane, WA? Just curious, because S&S built my 3.1 stroker short block last summer. Very happy with them. You made me pull out my paperwork to make sure that I remembered correctly.

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Yes... S&S Engines is in Spokane Washington.... I would recommend them to anyone wanting ANY engine done.. Reed was my sales and contact guy there and nothing but TOP NOTCH from him.. Very professional and knowledgeable. They were even interested in my set-up because they never came across anything like that - not like others.... Plus they were willing to use my supplied components and since everything picked out was by their guide lines, they have a warranty on my block too.


It's a 3.4 P/R bored 0.030 over. They ported and polished the heads - very nice I might add (looked like a CNC did it, Honest), precision ground crank and balanced with the flywheel and pressure plate, ARP bolts, Ross pistons, ARI connecting rods, SI stainless valves, 260 comp computer cam with performance springs, Clevite bearings, crane 1.6 gold series rockers, chrome moly pushrods.
DID I MENTION THAT I'M SO HAPPY ON HOW EVERYTHING HAS TURMED OUT!!!!

GET IT RUNNING ALREADY!!!!
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I got the rear vent covers done as far as polishing goes, and I got them clearcoated. The left front brake has been pulled for new pads and paint. The left front suspension was painted in low gloss black.

I'll have some pics tomorrow of the vent covers.

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I want to see pics of your vents. I will be watching.
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Today I replaced the battery in my Fiero. It went dead over winter and apparently turned to water enough to freeze. It was all swelled up.

Thats it...

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Replaced the headlight control module with another used one from a junk yard. I really need to buy a new the last one only lasted 5 years. Now my right hand looks like I have been in a cat fight from fighting with the wheel well cover and the fender. Why did GM stick this thing under the fender when it would have been fine under the front bonnet???

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Here's the vent covers so far.

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Here's the vent covers so far.

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Pete


Wonderfull job !!!

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As stated above, wonderful job. I like when folks do things like that. Just shows that you care about your things. Got any pics with them on the car? Sorry to be so pushy. I just really like that idea.
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Leave it in the garage:

Current Weather Updated: Tuesday, March 10, 2009, 11:00 MDT - Edmonton City Centre Arpt
-26°C -14°F
Wind: SW 6km/h
Sunrise: 7:59
Sunset: 19:29
Relative Humidity: 69%
Pressure: 103.86 kPa
Visibility: 11.0 km
Ceiling: unlimited

...help your northern neighbours, contribute to 'global warming' and burn some tires and styrofoam today.
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big baby ^^^^^^...hehe tim
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I like the two tone concept with the vents.. Very original. --- I do see black with polished metal right?
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Tony; Thanks, I have pics of them on the car but the car looks crappy right now, so they don't look as nice. But here's a couple of pics with them in place.

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Yes they are polished and black.

Got the left front caliper painted last night and the left sfront shock mounted back in place. Ordered new front flew hoses from the Fiero Store.

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big baby ^^^^^^...hehe tim


you better believe it...and if I recall, your car is in a similar spot...

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Thanks Brother Rat. I have fabricated several aluminum pieces for mine, and really like the twotone black and polished look. I understand about your pics with the vents on the car. Work in progress. I may do this here soon. Thanks for the inspiration. Peace!
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I did the final spread of fiber glass resin jelly on the imperfections that I can see on the panels last night.

Question... When I'm done with all the sanding and what not - shaping, my next step that I would take......

I like the smooth glass look for a final finish and then sanded with 400-800 grit. If I pour liquid resin with hardener onto the panels for strength and to fill in the pin holes and imperfections that I can't see... Hoping for NO runs laying the panels flat and not upright to allow drying.... Would this be correct to do? Or do most people just lay down bondo style resin and spread it all over heavy and then sand it back?

I'M TIRED OF SANDING

Second question....... What "sandable" primer should I use knowing that they will be painted professionally with the maroon car acrylic paint..... Or should I just leave it to the body shop?

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I did what I explained above to some mod low profile headlights that I'm fabbing too sometime back and it work perfect... still in progress )



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yeah but my garage isnt heated...and my 88 is buried in a snow bank ....lol...i win...tim
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yeah but my garage isnt heated...


I wish mine was too - maybe this summer it will finally get done.
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Repaired the fuel filler flap release mechanism on the '84.

Swapped three clean marker lights on the '84 for three cracked ones on the '85.

Bolted the fuse box in place on the '84 (left dangling since the previous owner converted it to right-hand drive).

Swapped the '84's cheapy 195/70-14s on scabby rims for 205/60-14s on my spare rims.

Tightened the loose fanbelt on the '84.

Removed the engine cover grille on the '84 to clean and paint.
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Uncovered the OEM 88 and checked to make sure the rubber band on the jack was still there...it is. Checked its oil and all other fluids. All levels good and clean but going to change the oil due to time its been in. (6 months)

Drove the 88 4.9 to church. Found a small crack in thewingstand so I need to sort that one out. Smiled at the V8 growl. Checked the oil and fluid level. Need to sort out a tiny squeek in the front left side of the beast.
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Done this.

A vey good idea of Brother Rat. Thanks Pete for the inspiration.

They will be installed on my Formula as soon as it will roll out of the paintshop.

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Those look pretty good!
I took delivery of my newest and installed a shorter shifter, the stock one just wasn't working for me.
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I really like those grills!!!!
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Replaced my auto transmission cooler lines. it took about 6 hours. i got the stainless ones from the fiero store so i wont have to do it again, they'll last longer than the car.
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Yes... S&S Engines is in Spokane Washington.... I would recommend them to anyone wanting ANY engine done.. Reed was my sales and contact guy there and nothing but TOP NOTCH from him.. Very professional and knowledgeable. They were even interested in my set-up because they never came across anything like that - not like others.... Plus they were willing to use my supplied components and since everything picked out was by their guide lines, they have a warranty on my block too.


I just had to add a real big thumbs up for S&S and a little plug for thier business. I used to buy and sell thier engines in very large quantities. We are talking 100 small block Chevy at a time, and can tell you folks that the quality is as good as you can get. I am out of that business now but would not even consider having anyone but S&S touch an engine for me.
Just tell them that Ed from Cummins sent you.

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Falcon, those grills look sweet! Did you clear them as well?
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my outer GT door pannels are finaly comming off. got one done so far. getting the other done today after work.
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Originally posted by infinitewill:

Falcon, those grills look sweet! Did you clear them as well?


Yes I did, with DupliColor clear Enamel.

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