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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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I worked on my low profile headlight mod.





And working on the finishing touchs - fabbing a cover


Edit to add: Page 46 ownage.....sweet!

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I parked it in the driveway and drove to work in the '02 Explorer w/working air conditioning! I love my little GT go kart, but when it's 102 degrees (heat index of 105 degrees!!!) and the air doesn't work..............she stays at home!
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Replaced dew wipes, sun roof weather strip, and had it painted black with two grey center rallye stripes. Tomorrow's the day for pick up!
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It wasn't today, but I replaced the main seal. Now I still have an oil leak somewhere.. (thinking maybe oil pan now) grrrr....

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I replaced the copper washers on the RR brake line.

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I FINALLY GOT MY WHEELS!!!!!!! WOOOO!!!
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Took her for NYS safety/emissions inspection this morning. Passed.

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Got my passenger side axle seal replaced! No more trans fluid on the garage floor!!!
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I bought it a new transmission. A freshly re-built 4T65e-HD with:

Intense Racing hardened input shaft
ZZ Performance hardened pump shaft
Triple Edge Performance 7/8th drive chain, 3.29 gear ratio
Intense Racing shift kit
Sonax boost valve and sleeve kit
Intense Racing hardened fourth clutch shaft
Raybestos Stage 1 clutches
Z pak 3rd clutch

And an ATI 2500 stall Torque Converter from Intense Racing

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Replaced the EGR valve which mysteriously broke off after I have my brother a jump. How it happened, we still don't know.

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Tinted the window :-) wanted to replace the speaker but wife wanted to go out to eat :-O
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pulled my center console apart and found things.

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If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem
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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Drove it!





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Pulled or rather ATTEMPTED to pull the seats to replace tracks and recover driver seat. Developed 9 new combinations of swear words never heard in public Front two nuts on drivers side studs seized and won't budge. Tried PB Blaster for weeks, tried heat, nut splitter, none worked. I ended up cutting off the old tracks and and now I have to deal with the front studs and nuts. I did manage to recover the driver seat only to find two tears in the new cover I just bought from the "Mall". At least I found them before I installed it so I could use seam sealer on them first.

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I bought some Infinity speaker plates to put in the dash of the 86 GT and but a bid in for a 79-86 Mustang hood scoop to put on the 87 GT. Took the 86 to a car show just for fun and heard the ever popular "you should win an award for having it so long without a fire." line. I just smiled and nodded.

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Installed a Dickman's idler pulley - moved my extra block ground wire to a new location - went for test drive 1 hr 20 minutes in 100+ temp woith no air...good news car was fine no overheating - however I was spent
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First time posting in here, lemme give it a shot:
Fixed a leak on my driver's side rear caliper (umm, put the rubber and nylon seals on in the correct order and this wouldn't happen, Jon!) then went to get gas in the GT for the first time since I bought it. Full tank, got some air in the tires (amazing how much easier steering is when the front wheels are inflated correctly, huh?) and then it kept stalling on the way back home. Fun!

Oh well, who ever said project cars are easy? Next step, full tuneup and figuring out why the AC doesn't work. Sweet...
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I cut a HUGE hole in the hood and installed a hood vent from a 1986 Daytona.

The headlight covers stay down at 107 nd the steering doesn't seem to get light above 80 like before. Nice!!
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Installed Rodney dual strut kit for my rear deck lid. I needed a little extra help with the added wieght of the whaletail. I was amazed at how simple and easy it was to install this kit.

I took the car off the jack stands after installing the 2" lowering spindals. Now it sits just right IMHO.

I know pictures say a thousand words I need to get one tomorrow and post it.

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Speaking of Rodney, I just got my $550 haul in this afternoon (click photos to enlarge):

Aluminum cradle bushings, black anodized (solid mounts the cradle to frame, good stuff):


Ball joints, upper and lower front, lower rear:


Tie rods, inner and outer for front and rear:


Short shifter, shifter rebuild kit, exhaust hanger rebuild kit, dew wipe installation tool, steering rack boot, and shifter sticker, oh and the "Remove Before Flight" tag is used to keep the rear decklid light from draining the battery when left open for an extended period of time:
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im about to go clean up the spark plug boots ( i dont know the technical name), as i am getting that nice ignition upgrade from the fiero store soon. ( even though i just read that they are useless, and even make the fiero run worse, i still like how they look)
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and by god, with a little aluminum polish, theyre chrome!
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Did some upgrades to my '85GT.

Installed 5 watt dash backlight bulbs (fieroseverywhere)

Installed serpentine belt tensioner (dodgerunner)

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Layed ~ 60 patio stones my neighbor gave me.

Then drove the Fiero to the Beer Store and bought him a case of his favourite( Bud Light)
It was on special to-day 30 for the price of 24.

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One step forward, two steps back. Made a cradle dolly on Saturday. Started dropping the cradle on Sunday. The two rear cradle bolts were spinning in their nuts (see http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/101894.html ). Monday planned what to do next. Today, started taking off the rear bumper, only to have those bolts spin in their holes. You non-rust-belt people don't know how good you have it Used a whiz-wheel but so far only got two bolts off. The others remain resilient. Too frustrated, gave up for the night.
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Engine is out
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finally did the whole ignition shebang.
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I made a white boot for my convertible.

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Rebuilt the AC in the XTC today. All went well and I now have nice cold 48* air............Yahoo..... I can actually drive it without sweating to death.
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Washed Mine twice! after the first wash My brother in law sprayed water on it (Instant waterspots) and a bird decided to take a dive bomb run! Well the bird hit it's target!
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Replaced the starter, after it nearly left me stranded near Grayling.

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Originally posted by katatak:

Rebuilt the AC in the XTC today. All went well and I now have nice cold 48* air............Yahoo..... I can actually drive it without sweating to death.


so jealous *pouts* i want ac in my car, but it of course needs to get tuned first. the aveo needs ac installed as well. damn my luck

but to topic, i CORRECTLY added a fuel rail fuel pressure gauge on my car.

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If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem
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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Yeah! Been busy the past few days working on a few things. I removed my rear bumper cover and bent the plate that holds it at the top. I had about a 1" droop that I could not live with anymore. I installed my DIY-Stu dew wipes. And I also painted my taillights. Big thanks to DIY-Stu for a great product. Also a giant shout out to IMSA GT for his thread on painting the GT taillights. Mine suffered from delamination. Now they are all pretty.
Not the best pic of the delamination. Before:


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finished fixing the warping on some of my interior parts. it looks great! now all i need to do is the glove box console and the rally gauges.

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If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem
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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I spent the morning repairing the "needle" on the temp gauge in the Formula. Seems at some point in the last week, it fell off while my oldest boy was driving it. He mentioned yesterday that he though it was "overheating" so this morning I went to take it for a drive and noticed the needle was laying in the bottom of the gauge housing. I asked him how he new that the car was "overheating". He said, and I quote, " the needle was out of sight". WTF...... Man, I thought I taught him better than that. You see, this is what happens when good old Dad does all the work on the cars and the kids just drive them. If you have kids, force them to fix thier cars so they can be more self sufficient when good old Dad is not around!

Anyway, it was a pain in the butt to get the dash apart on this car - I have had several apart before and never had problems like this one. It was almost like someone had put glue on all the screws. Got it done but it was not fun.
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Originally posted by Tony Kania:

Yeah! Been busy the past few days working on a few things. I removed my rear bumper cover and bent the plate that holds it at the top. I had about a 1" droop that I could not live with anymore. I installed my DIY-Stu dew wipes. And I also painted my taillights. Big thanks to DIY-Stu for a great product. Also a giant shout out to IMSA GT for his thread on painting the GT taillights. Mine suffered from delamination. Now they are all pretty.
Not the best pic of the delamination. Before:


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Nice work as always Tony. That is a beautiful car you have there.

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I dropped the gas tank to replace the sock on the fuel pump the thing was coated in rust and dirt, i just put it in 5 months ago *note to self when buying a car that sat for years clean out gas tank* car runs so much better now.
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It was actually a few days ago but anyways...

installed some new fuel rails!

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