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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Tony, what spark plug wires are those? They look great! As do the now non rusty heat shields.
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Picked it up from the shop. A wire that supplied power to the ECM came unplugged and thats why it wouldnt start last week. Didnt get charged for it.
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Originally posted by Danyel:

Well today got busy caused received a whole bunch of stuff hehehehehe here are some pictures of the mods of the day of my Black Widow ... to be continued...


New V8 emblems


Installed almost new RH tail light and GT emblem (thanks to Robert 2) also looking for a LH tail light now to match the RH
Thanks Danyel


Installed new POD faceplate made by chrishahn87
(The tach on the left of the POD is now installed in the stock fiero tach location)



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replaced the alternator and alternator bracket plus a new battery. Next up change the radiator support.

Must be ready for Daytona 2010, it will be here before ya know it.
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Originally posted by jgrotzin:

Tony, what spark plug wires are those? They look great! As do the now non rusty heat shields.



They are MSD. I believe 8mm. I tried to find my reciept, but the stack of reciepts is too great a task to go through. Thank God that I don't spend money at the bars. Thank you for the compliment.

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Sold it for less than half my asking price. Oh well, he really wanted it for the fastback and V6/5spd swap for his Indy, and I threw in just about everything I had to go with it, I kept the nos leather shift knob the local dealer had in stock. So no more Fiero's for me, I'm now looking for something with a V12 or a crew cab dually truck.
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Mine wouldn't start after I came out of the convenience store this morning on the way to work. The engine turned but didn't fire. Had AAA tow it to the shop. On the bright side, now I can have a couple other things taken care of at the same time.


The shop could not duplicate the problem. It started every time for them, and they even drove it. But they replaced the belt and got my a//c working again now.

Of course, the problem of not starting will happen again sometime.

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Dropped the fuel tank to replace the ole pump.
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The shop could not duplicate the problem. It started every time for them, and they even drove it. But they replaced the belt and got my a//c working again now.

Of course, the problem of not starting will happen again sometime.


Been down that same road in the last few months. Starting in May it would either die while running, or just refuse to start. Then after awhile (usually overnight) it would start and run like nothing happened. The shop never could figure it out. It died twice on my Dells Run trip, and then it died on the side of the road going home from Kmart one night and it got towed.

Before that I replaced the cap/rotor, ignition module, and the ignition coil and that didnt solve it. Then after the Kmart incident in June I let the shop have the car for a week (they took turns driving it for awhile) until they got it to die on them. The IAC motor had gone bad. Had that replaced and it ran fine until this past week when the ECM wasn't getting power (something came unplugged).

Could be something else, but I would check the IAC.

Anywho... washed mine today. It needed it.

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Installed my new wheels

Ikon Storm 21 +40 offset with 4 Linglong L688 215/45ZR17

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Installed my new wheels

Ikon Storm 21 +40 offset with 4 Linglong L688 215/45ZR17



Looks good Falcon...nice wheels. Its hard for people to like the originals...but some fiero purists don't mind...

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falcon_ca wow now thats a killer set of wheels .... the Sombral is looking sharpy sharp!!!!

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Installed a short shifter and brought the GT to specialist for radiator issues

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cleaned leaves and small twigs out of the rear vents and engine bay, in the process realized i want to take the wing off of my gt... in due time, in due time...
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cleaned leaves and small twigs out of the rear vents and engine bay, in the process realized i want to take the wing off of my gt... in due time, in due time...
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Took the cork gaskets off my new built v8 that has been leaking.Glad i spent a ton of money on a hp motor so they would build it with cork valve cover gaskets.
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Replaced the front shocks. Rust is such a pain in the ass, I ended up cutting off the old driver-side shock just under the top bolt because my vise-grips wouldnt stay put, and the nut was so badly rusted in there. At least the passenger-side shock, the one that was leaking, came out easy. Front rides much nicer now, especially over the nasty train tracks around here.

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Started installing my Pursuit car alarm system today. Nothing like tracking down wires and soldering them into the alarm.

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i bathed her!
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i bought new brake pads and installed a new v-belt. No more squeel on startup! WOOHOO!
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Purchased four new Pioneer speakers. The front ones had to be ordered. I also have a new tape deck radio coming in the mail that I won on eBay for a buck. Also detailed it.

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Still working on bringing mine back to life. I got my lower intake on and started to run the wire harness back on the motor. I gotta bend the trans cooler lines out of the way of the y pipe and the coolant crossover (4t60 swap) so I can get everything to fit right. Otherwise I need to replace the brake pads/calipers/flex hoses, and finish hooking up coolant lines and I'll be ready to rock.

....assuming the fuel pump is still good after sitting for 9 years. I kinda doubt it so I have one being shipped to me but I guess I can always be optimistic
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I added a Fiero Store rear swaybar kit to my '85GT. Easy install and made an amazing difference to how solid the car feels on the highway now.

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did some welding, well learning to weld anywho. everything is different from the practice piece of metal your using. practice piece, you get a birds eye view. on the car, get an eye full of red hot sparks and molten metal.

replaced my turn signal and hazard relays with electronic ones. they now blink at a faster speed than what thermal allowes. and at one constant rate instead of slowing down, speeding up, slowing back down etc... now to open them up, figure out how exactly they work and make them variable!
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I licensed mine for the first time. $27 to register it until April 2011! Finally there is something inexpensive about my Fiero.
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Finished installing my archie battery relocation. Spare tire doesn't fit over the battery though. Drat. Trying to figure out what gauge wire to use for the battery.

Also removed old tint from the windows.
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IN the process if stripping the deck lid vents to bare metal to repaint into a gunmetal Grey. IT adds a nice contrast to the electric blue paint and adds detail to the wingless deck lid.
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ok, not done by me, and not today, but these went on the car last week... Fiero1Fan Buckets, Xerces Blackthorne Headlamps and wiring harness. Zero hassle install.

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payed for my insurance with grundy.So i should be able to get plates in a few weeks.
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Installed my 12 inches brake kit in the front.
Had to removed it, bottom arm edge is rubbing on the back of the disk. Will have to modify the suspension arm.

I have Rodney's drop ball joints, it might be a clue.

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Well i helped start the paint a friends 84 (not complete due to lack of time and found new low spots from old chips). Replaced my cracked tail lenses and installed a new radio. Long day.
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Went and picked up a replacement tranny for the 88 duke.
I seem to be collecting tranny's right now, just swapped out the 4 speed on the 85, now going to swap the 3 spd auto on the 88.
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Installed new Fiero Store sunroof glass hardware (forward hinge hardware) and a new GT nose emblem onto my '85GT. Good look'in parts. I did have a problem with the nose emblem though, and I've contacted the FS to let them know, the alignment pin on the emblem is on the wrong side. I had to drill a new hole into the nose to match the new part, no biggy it doesn't show anyway.

I also had to clean lots of buggage of the nose from my run to Louisville, KY and back Friday evening.

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Got my 84 back from the shop today. The receptionist/cashier girl said the problem was "a wire by the starter". I didn't ask any more questions, I was just glad to have it running again.
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Cleaned it and got some 134A to refill the A/C.
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installed some sparco pedals

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i ALMOST finished my visors. just have to sew the edges.
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My '88 GT was hiccupping and ran like crapfor the last two weeks. It finally threw a code 15 at me for high voltage coolant temp. sensor. So I replaced it. Man, hard to believe such a small $20 part could cause so much trouble. The ECM uses the temp from that sensor to determine how much fuel to apply to the injectors.
Now it runs awesome. Idles perfect.

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Found out my rear control arm (A-Arm) looks like an aluminum can that some one has folded over, after my wreck last week.

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