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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
Started on: 08-27-2007 12:27 PM
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i have taken pictures at every step ,so i guess thats possible , ive found a source for the lenses for about 24.00 shipped for 4 lenses ,at this time the light bulbs themselves for me will be led replacements for the originals ,i havent got a good source for the bulbs yet ,i bought mine local from autozone
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Replaced the plastic bushings inside the headlight motors on my 88' GT. The drivers side had fianally (original headlamp internals) developed the dreaded "wink" when turned on. During dis-assembly it was found that all of the passenger side bushings were still in one piece but were dry rotted, cracked, and ready to go at any time. The drivers side were mearly crumbs of white stuff. All is well now and functioning great.
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really! I would buy a set if you get it figured out in the led's ! keep me informed
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we're in mid-swap, and i didn't have time to work on it, today, so i just hugged and caressed it, a little bit. :\
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Well this was yesterday but I installed a Pontiac CD player in my car
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Its not so so much what I *did* as what I'm going to do
Mostly just answered the door to greet the UPS man today.




2 more shipments yet to arrive, (hopefully by Saturday morning...)

Some quality garage time fun this weekend!! YIPPEE!
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I put in sepret volume controlls for headrest speekers. Works pretty damn well to heres the thread.
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/077880.html


I also finished 90% of my interior. Just need to finish the headliner.
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Ran some Seafoam through the intake and fuel system. Runs much better now!
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installed a reman master cylinder and got rid of that leaking brake fluid problem.
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Hi All,

I pulled the center armrest console out and removed the vinyl over. Until you pull the vinyl cover off you don't get an appreciation how fragile the plastic structure actually is. I then fiberglassed (for the very first time) the underside of the console in key areas and then filled the holes and cracks with body filler to prep for a new armrest with cup holders. The console was cracked in several places and the entire front face (where the cig lighter mounts) was completely gone. I used an orbital sander for the heavy sanding and then hand sanded later on. It was really cool watching the process play out - I've seen it done in pictures, but this time I was actually doing it!

I actually like the basic look of the plastic console much better than the bulky feel of the vinyl. If all goes well, I will then cover the console to match the rest of the interior. Well... I won't do it, but somebody with superior sewing skills can.

Not to worry, I've been taking pics and I hope to start a build thread.
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I kinda sorta left my lights on and drained my battery... oops. My blue dingy thing doesn't work and my light motors are stuck in the up position so I didn't notice it. Looks like I'm driving my Buick to school this morning and I'll just jump the Fiero after class.
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installed an air horn that i got this past weekend at advance auto for 15 dollars
"super-saturday-going-out-of-business" sale. was originally 35 dollars wal-sucks had the same one
for fifty bucks.

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managed to break the antenna going through a car wash... stopped at advanced auto (right next door conveniently!) and got a low rubber antenna installed in 2 minutes and didnt seem to loose any reception! $6 = a slightly more modern look!

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I replaced a faulty ECM. The remanufactured 7730 ECM was only 2 years old, but started doing strange things. Unfortunately, it was out of warranty.
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added gunmetal ghost racing strips hehe








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added gunmetal ghost racing strips hehe



If I'm really quick maybe I'll be the first to say... NICE!!!
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I picked up the new EGR valve and put that on (I still need to return the one Cliff let me barrow) I also got some Throttle body cleaner so maybe I can fix the little problem of my car dying at Idle.
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UGH...

Well... the 88 is getting new engine & tranny mounts, front ball joints, rear bushings, front & rear links, and whole buch of sensors and modules.

I'm hoping to have her back on the road this afternoon or tomorrow morning.

OH! I'm also going to "Sea Foam" the ol girl!

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If I'm really quick maybe I'll be the first to say... NICE!!!



Thanks for the comps, It took me forever to mix the paint to get that color, because at first it kept coming out way too light and I had to mix more black into it, Masking the pattern with masking tape was easy.

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Cooler temperatures meant I could reinstall my chin spoiler on my 88GT. Nothing like laying on the concrete under a car and reattaching bunches of screws and bolts. Maybe tomorrow, I'll put on my repainted wing.

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Tidy up the place;







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waiting for gears for the head lights to come in the mail.
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Tidy up the place;






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I got my door panel on and now all I have left is the hood and nose to paint and install.

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Tidy up the place;








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take steps to remove the motor and gear box to repair the manual transmission that fell apart while I was about 30 miles away
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I bought it today. I'll pick it up in a few days.

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Installed an onboard battery charger from Harbor Freight. I was using a float charger the last 2 winters but that is a PITA with removing the battery cover/grill, connecting the clamps when you park it and the reverse when it is a good day for a drive. This will make it a lot easier.

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Finally tore down the steering column of my 87 GT to replace the turn indicator switch and tighten up the wobbly tilt mechanism. Between using Jazzman's exceptional assembly manual/tutorial and Buddy Craigg's terrific YouTube videos I think I only invented 3-4 new combinations of swear words. I did break down and buy a really good pair of Craftsman snap ring pliers at Sears. Why the heck do people buy cheap tools? The frustration of having a POS tool is definitely NOT worth the savings. Should have bough a good pair years ago. Now all I have left to do is wait for my spare steering wheel to come back from Dallas Steering Wheel and I am for the most part done with the interior. Yea, me!
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Tinkered with my new toy!

Found that the fuel pump had too much pressure for the carb to handle and it was pushing fuel through the carb and flooding out the car. I installed a fuel pressure regulator and it works perfect.




Madcurl........... You have been busy. Looking good!

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I think I found the source of my code 32:

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Today I installed a set of Oreif's custom door tabs. A great product, simple to do and adds a surprising amount of aesthetics to the stock door panel!

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A Lot!

Oil change, Fuel system repair, some interior work. Spent 3 solid hours going over my new V8 Fiero with a fine tooth comb.
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Geez, I almost let this go until it's not "today" anymore. Oops - too late... took too much time typing the rest of this.

I got my car back from the shop this morning. Had them replace my fuel sending unit with one from the Fiero Factory, because I'm pretty sure the last one, and the original one before that, were leaking. That issue was posted here.

Seems the gauge I got from the Fiero Factory is not reliable for telling the amount of fuel, but that's not what I got it for. Besides, I am now accustomed to going by my odometer.

But the other problem is that I still have a sputter/hiccup thing, posted here. It happens more when the engine is cold, never at idle, and flooring the pedal helps reduce the bucking. Strange. I'm thinking timing gear.

Anyway, I have the car back, and I'm driving it daily to work again.
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Washed it, and bought the EGR tube gasket I need.
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Well since my drill was kinda getting on my nerves, The ugly green beast came out of me and butchered up yet more of my center console skeleton. (so sue me)



But i killed 2 birds with 1 stone.

#1 I got my radio to sit flush in the dash
#2 I got my 84 HVAC controll in. (getting touchey over the switches.


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Not mine, but its in my shop. I finished the harness, Got the delete pulley built and the belt on, pumped out 5 year old fuel and put in new, and started another 3800SC......Runs good so far on stands, far from being road ready. Rear suspension and brakes need some attention ! Badly ! The motor and trans were mounted when I got it, but thats all, sat 4-5 years since then, so it needs a power wash !

Only pic I got, and I know people like pics, will get more later.

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installed a master disconnect switch, made a jump point for the norms battery relocation kit and prepped the car to drop the tank and replace the blown walbro with a 88 vette AC Delco pump EP375


ON, OFF, KEY IN MY POCKET



JUMP POINT TOPSIDE, UNDERSIDE when wired up, i will spray it down with some liquid electrical tape


MASTER DISCONNECT SWITCH w/ SPARE IN PLACE, JUMP POINT w/ JUMPER BOX CABLES HOOKED UP w/SPARE IN PLACE


TIRE IRON MOUNT LOCATED TO THE DRIVER SIDE.

keep in mind this is all mocked up. nothing is wired or secured down in place yet.

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modernize your fiero with technology!
If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem
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Today I brought it home after a few months of being away. While it was on vacation, it got: "new" rebuilt trans, all new front suspension components, new zzp 3800sc crate engine, Low profile headlamps, new head unit, custom AC hose, relocated intercooler pump, brand new wiring harness, horn repaired, a tune, and a trip to the dyno. Car runs and drives like new. The transformation in the handling is incredible. Could not be happier with BmwGuru and his team at the "Haus."

Friday it's off to PA inspection to get a good sticker on it.
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After having to drill out new stud locations in my new wing, I finally mounted my new wing. The gaskets don't fit quite as well as the old ones. I did goop up where the studs come into the trunk lid. I drove the car around and the wing stayed on. The first time I've had the car out since June.
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