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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Actually it didn't fire up with the Beatles.... I'm not sure what song was on at the running time.
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I took the license plate out of the rear window and put it where it belongs. It will be in the way in a few days...
Checked the codes: 13, 32 and 44. Think I need a new O2 sensor.
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I cleaned the front capartment up, cleaned spare, jack, looks like it should now. Now if I could just get the motor, tranny, and body done! LOL
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I finished my CB setup!!!
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Tried to work out what is wrong with my courtesy lights / dome lights / trunk light circuit, and failed. All I can confirm is that the circuit is going to ground somewhere...

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Not today but last weekend I fixed an oil leak that has been plaguing me for 3 years.
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Replaced front pads and rotors, installed KYB shocks, and inner and outer front bearings and wheel seal. Still trying to find source of leak at rear, and steering problem in front.

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I removed front cover, getting ready to refinish front of frame.
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In the last couple of weeks I have completed a first phase of sound deadening on the floor pans and firewalls of my 88 GT.
All interior out, cleaned, and back in again...
had KEV redo the headliner...
had to find screws to replace the ones that the previous dipsh*t owner left out...
cleaned and painted rusted raw metal brackets above the HVAC...
swapped old Sony headunit for newer Sony headunit that could play MP3s...
swapped out original injectors for used ones...
modified and installed Camaro 2.8 EGR tube and replaced EGR solenoid...
replaced TPS...
replaced completely blown front shocks... wow what a difference that makes...

All in all a rather productive spring.
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Washed the Formula, Washed the XTC. Drove both of them about 60 miles each. Got the XTC inspected and passed.
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Installed these, still have the headrest speakers and woofer to go.

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I just got mine running and also discovered it had speakers in the head rests...Duh....Had too much going on since I picked this one(my first) a month or so back...It keeps getting better!!!

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Spent a while yesterday working on my trunk release issues. It seems that I had a sporadic issue with the trunk popper working, then not working. It used to work all of the time. Well, I am actually continueing this post to keep myself humble. After tearing into the dash switches, and the trunk popper, I found my problem. The Helms manual has a trouble shooting check list to run through. After scratching my noggin for a while, I decided to use the book. One of the trouble shooting questions asks you to pull up on the parking brake handle, then test the switch. Well, the trunk released as intended too. You need to have the parking brake pulled for the trunk release to work. Doh! Makes perfect sense to me now. I ran without the "blue dingy thingy" for a while, and the trunk would always pop. A while back, I reinstalled the "blue dingy thingy". This caused the trunk release to operate properly. So, you see, I have to chalk this perplexing issue up as operater error. And now, back to your reguarly scheduled program...
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Installed these, still have the headrest speakers and woofer to go.



Sweet I will be doing similar soon as well along with the Tang Band sub mod
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Well, it was actually yesterday, but I pulled the old 2.8 in preparation for my 4.9 swap. Also cleaned the new transmission and started to sort through the collection of parts I've accumulated for the swap.
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Today I tried to match shape and fit (x20) the aluminium utility bar between the rear shock towers and trunk wall....fits way better while I proceed
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Worked on fiberglassing the T-Top headliner. I had a crack in it, so I decided to make it more ridged before putting the new material on.

Also doing a 4 wheel "Hillbilly" alignment after putting a bump steer kit on along with all new tie rod ends and ball joints. Amazing what you can do with a builders square, tape measure, level, caulk line and pencil to draw on the garage floor.
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Stood in line for what seems like all day at DMV getting the XTC titled and registered. It is all legal and ready to roll. Next!
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On my road trip to the Dells, he shifting became harder and harder. The clutch master and slave was replaced in March. Everyone said bleed the slave. Did that in the parking lot at Chula Vista. It made it worse until there was no hifting at all. Air in the line, but where it was coming from? Archie's guys bled it and we got it working, but till felt funny. I drove to Archie's place and yesterday they rebuilt the new slave. The slaves out there are crap. I'll test it out more today as I'll be driving up to Janesvill, WI. This was the first breakdown I have had in the 22 years of ownership. I still have the Hot Rod Power Tour and lots of shifting..
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Do the "ISUZU SLAVE AND TOYOTA SLAVE REPAIR KIT " Swap, you won't regret it for the rest of you life .
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I was showing my oldest son that geometery has it's place in the real world. I had him help me with the 4 wheel alignment on the GT. The rear wheels were just about right on, the front, well thats another story. Way out of alignment. I think I'm going to have to spin the driver upper ball joint around, way to much neg camber.

Anyway I think he saw the light a little.

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I washed my 88 coupe and I got a new project. It's a 87 Fiero GT. Has 166k miles, needs paint and some interior work but runs and drives great. I'm thinking it's going to be my 3800 swap car. Oh, and it has no rust, has always been stored winters.

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Took the car off the jacks.... wow it's low..... And I really missed the look of it --- You know you'all are as crazy as me and just sit on your caster wheel shop seat and just stare at the body lines........

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TOOK IT FOR A SPIN AROUND THE BLOCK for the first time since October of last year.


Plugs fouling a bit though --- I'll get it fixed
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Turned the Formula over to my oldest son - he just had to have it and his mom said it was OK.
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Finally installed Fiero Store's stainless brake lines, all new hoses, new front calipers, and bled the system with synthetic fluid, replacing the completely black brake fluid that was in there before. What a messy ordeal. Car brakes perfectly now, since I did the Grand Am upgrade on the rear a couple years ago.

Ordered new front inner and outer tie rod ends, rack bushing, bellows, and rack wrench from Rodney Dickman. The driver's outer tie rod is completely shot, and the grease boot on the passenger side is bad, too. Still some play in one of the inner tie rods, or a bad rack bushing. Might as well redo the whole thing.

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Got my new lowering spindals in the mail today. I just looked at them and the car. I'm going on vacation so it's a project after I get back and I'm looking forward to it. The front was sitting just a little higher than I wanted.
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washed it, and decided to start looking for a rear wing, delete my luggage rack and get a somewhat functional stock wing on it, which means wayy up in the air even with the roofline. a body 4 me MUST have something aerodynamic about it. i can't stand having something that "looks cool" but does nothing for the handling of the car.
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drove it to a pool party and to show off to some friends. while showing it off, i realized i drove it there without the license plate. OOPS! drove it strait home with a friend tail gating me and parked it in the garage.

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If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem
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Got the grill put back in the XTC and mounted the license plate - got to have a front plate to be legal in Texas (nazi's)! Alos installed a new GT steering wheel with a low profile mount. At least it's legal now.
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Drove it up on ramps and thought I could lube it. What made me think I could do it with the wheels on? Drove it off the ramps and took off each tire to get to the fittings. Found out my right front tire has a valve stem or some other foreign body in it (it clinks around when you roll the tire). Test drove it to McDonalds and had lunch. Contemplated looking at the plugs, but it started to rain.
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Picked up two pairs of Pyle 4 x 10 speakers (about the same as the stock units) from a friend of mine that found them in his stockroom, he wasn't sure either pair worked. Both pairs are actually brand new so I replaced the P.O.S. stock front speakers with a pair of these and they sound much better. Also chased down a bad connection for my right sail panel speaker so now all four a working again. I have no idea what I am going to do with the other new pair of speakers, maybe put them on the Mall.

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ok i finaly got the stand built to lift the car for sunday . woo-hoo . i can't wait until i can get the old engine out and rebuild my 3.8 sc 2
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i managed to get it to the garage at home. its staying there for a while.

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screw paying those bastards. im not going to become rich by paying for things.....

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i managed to get it to the garage at home. its staying there for a while.



Glad you made it home without any more fires.
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Today I was quite busy, I covered the dash with vinyl, made the front speaker plates for components, mounted the crossovers, painted half the interior and still drove it to and from work.
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I got mine one step closer to driving it again

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The headlight motor went down on my turbo GT. Fortunately it was the easier to rebuild drivers side. I don't know if I am the only one doing this but I just take out the entire assembly and rebuild while the motor is attached. Works perfect now.

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I drove mine. Took my 1986 2M4 around Mesa, Gilbert and Chandler, AZ, for a couple hours. I also fueled it up for the second time since buying it and figured I get 21 mpg (city driving). I was hoping it would have been better.
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Fixed the heater core. Was an easy job. Noticed the larger top hose has a small leak in it, fixed it. Now I have the peace of mind knowing it's not bypassed anymore. Wish I had more time, I would have done my brakes too.
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Work on the console and installed the Riceburner HVAC controls. (Yes I know the Recirculate is really AC on/off)



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