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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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I’ve been driving the car w/o registration sticker on the plates. Tags expired in July, but somehow I forgot to place them on the car. Also, I misplace the wheel's lug lock nut. You don’t want to leave home without it (or not too far away from home).

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Originally posted by N3M3S1S:

Also tonight after work I experimented with painting one of my engine bay grills.



I don't like how it turned out. Looks like I'm going to sand it down tomorrow after work and try again! Any suggestions on the type of paint? I got Rustoelum Semi-Gloss Black.


I like the Duplicolor Engine enamel. I used it on many things in the past and it worked great.

Tip: Mist lightly many times. Don't let it drip cause those Vents are a pain to sand
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Put on the new 18" rim and tires .
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filled my coolant system and blurped it. 3500 swap is hard. but then again, ive never blurped a STOCK fiero.

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

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I replaced a leaky Wagner clutch master cylinder with a good original GM unit....no more leaking!
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Put the spoiler/wing on the back.

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The paint doesn't match, but it still looks better than without the wing
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Small odd's and ends things. replaced the driver side door lock switch replaced the sun roof latch. Replaced the power window and mirror plate with one that still has tording on it and replaced my grey power mirror button with a black one.
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Originally posted by madcurl:

I misplace the wheel's lug lock nut. You don’t want to leave home without it (or not too far away from home).



Dont you hate that. i used to do that all the time with my honda and every time i had to go buy a whole new set of lugnuts just for the key.

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Hi All,

I'll be posting pics of my 88 Formula VERY soon!

This weekend I repainted the interior trim pieces silver. I also removed the wing and repainted the wing mounts. I then found out the windshield washer fluid is cracked in 3 places - just ordered a new one.

Sunday was the first sunny days in a 3 long weeks so I spent the day cleaning and waxing - good times.
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I replaced my coil and got mine to run again last night
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Spent most of the day pulling my aftermarket subwoofer system out of my car. I purchased this on eBay from a person who has two Fiero’s and at the time it was what I was looking for, don’t know if he’s a PFF member but who knows maybe he’ll recognize it.

System is up for sale minus the radio in the MALL.







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I started it up and let it run a few mins
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Well i happend to start cleaning out its new home. ill post pics when its done.
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Fixed the busted headlight motor, fixed the busted gas pedal and put a new pad on the brake pedal. Baby steps.
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I got around to lowering it.




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Looking sharp F355spide
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Went out and bought some Enkei RPF1 rims just like F355spider's but in black. My old rims were 16 inch, and now I have 17s

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Today I jacked it up then started to replace my driver's side drive shaft then realized that I don't have a socket big enough to remove the shaft bolt. It is bigger than 1 1/8. I found that out after an hour round trip to buy the **** thing. If you know the size off hand please drop me a pm.
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Took out and cleaned the Throttle body... No pics though.
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FINITO....

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Originally posted by RACE:

Today I jacked it up then started to replace my driver's side drive shaft then realized that I don't have a socket big enough to remove the shaft bolt. It is bigger than 1 1/8. I found that out after an hour round trip to buy the **** thing. If you know the size off hand please drop me a pm.


30mm or 1 1/4
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Fun with photo editor. maybe some year??
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Went out and bought some Enkei RPF1 rims just like F355spider's but in black. My old rims were 16 inch, and now I have 17s

You will like them I cut 4lbs off each wheel with the RPF1s from the stock 15 gt wheels. Thanks, Newbfiero

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I finished installing my new driver's side cv drive shaft. It fought me at each step. I am pretty sure that will be the last time I ever do a project like that.

There was a day when I would have felt a great sense of accomplishment from it. Now it is merely annoyance and relief that it is done.
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I took apart the steering column, tightened the bolts for the tilt that made the column loose and replaced the wiper switch. Since the original switch or 87-88 switch was almost impossible to find, I took someone's advise on here to use a switch from an 87 Chevy Blazer. I got it from an autozone store for about $60, but I could have ordered it online for less but I didn't want to wait.
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Originally posted by F355spider:

You will like them I cut 4lbs off each wheel with the RPF1s from the stock 15 gt wheels. Thanks, Newbfiero


I love them, here's a picture:

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After going though 4 sets of the "help" shelf bushings for the gen 2 headlight repairs, I finally got smart and bought a couple sets form RD. Installed them today. Another great product from Rodney Dickman. Thanks Rodney!

Pat

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dove it to work because I had to go to work and not the show today, because somebody called out.
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Fired up the GT today.
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Went to Lititz and had a fun time at the meet. The car even fixed a slight squeek it had on the drive back... but it'll probably find it's way again.

Then I installed a lug nut cover that had broken after my order from the Fiero Store came in.
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Finally got the old "broken" temp gauge sensor off and installed the new one. Now I have the Temp guage working. Last of the gauges to fix. Drove about 10 miles today, longest trip in a long time. Kept hearing a noise on the drivers side so I removed the wheel, caliper and rotor and found out I had a slight rub from the 12" Vette brake upgrade. Ground down the lower "A" arm a bit and put it all together. Took it for another spin around the block, and no noise.

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I took mine to my first ever drive-in movie -- "Zombieland."
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Brought mine in for the winter ...disassembly and mods won't be back on the road till next summer will miss that V8 purr ..



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With the weather going bad, the Fiero is settled into it's garage bay now. I am hoping I will find the time, and warm enough temps to re-do the headliner (again, did it this spring but am not happy with it) and dew wipes and window guides in the doors.

However, with it around 50, cold, and damp, I think it will stay here today while I watch football.



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I drove over to the Fiero Boys shop where Gary fixed my chin spoiler and repainted my "new" wing. It was a nice day for a drive, A/C needed as the outside temperatures got up to 99 along the route.





When I had painted the wing wrong color white...aarrrgggh



Next week I'll do the install.
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Had my C6 tips installed

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I went to Mickey D's with her this morning, half my brain still in bed(the logic side at that) after I realized I ordered a coffee and my little car didnt have a single cup holder >.<
so I found out driving with one hand trough the suburbs isnt really all that bad with no power steering in a car this light haha.
It was kinda funny when I'm pulling away from the window and my fuel pump starts humming and the car almost died, then the sound went away.
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i worked on my tailight mod with the carbon fiber sheet stuff ,i havent gotten far but i still need to paint the lens around the perimeter like the factory shading is ,i like the mod itself ,im unsure still about the carbon fiber part yet but i like the overall mod and my original plan was to get away from the factory lenses and cost of those but here i go ....creeping projects ,they have a mind of their own sometimes,dont hate on me ,i just want something different than im seeing around


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LOVE IT!!!! got instructions on it??
corvette lights I guess? LED's??
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