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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Try #2 at my HVAC backlight





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Got it e-checked today. Went fine and they didn't screw up my odometer reading of 24,000 miles.

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Dreamed about driving it....since I am still in the desert!
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a friends car, we installed the sidescoops

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Yesterday I gave it one last detail and did a walkaround video with the new camcorder:


Today it's covered up due to the crappy weather; but my EGR tube gasket came today, so next week I'll fight with that.
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Finished installing hoses and pipes in the engine bay and drilled out a broken exhaust flange bolt. One more broken exhaust bolt to fix and I'll be ready to get the cradle back in!

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Changed out the fuel pump on my white 88 GT. I rolling again and it feels goooood!!!!!

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changed out my blown walbro to a 88 vette ac delco fuel pump. god that sucks when its still a half tank. now to finish the hotwire install and to finish the master disconnect and jump point bolt install
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Got an inspection and the oil changed, also received my Paul Angel hood scoop & a mopar style scoop for the deck lid




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I DROVE THE GT TODAY!!!!!!!! First time it has moved under its own power since January.
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Originally posted by Dgzfiero:

I DROVE THE GT TODAY!!!!!!!! First time it has moved under its own power since January.


congrats! Maybe I can see it next October!

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I've been driving the GT back and forth to work for the last couple of weeks with no problems. Put almost 1000 miles on the GT since it's been back on the road, it feels really good to have it on the road and running. I've had alot of compliments on the car from people I work with.

I've taken the clover leaf on ramp onto I-270 at Route 3 in ILL at around 70 MPH and it holds to the road nice and flat. The suspension is stiff, but thats the way I wanted it for some AutoX or eventually some SCCA courses.

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PA state inspection. Got an emissions exemption because I've only been able to put 1200 miles on it this year.
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Well, I didn't do it, the fine folks at Anderson Automotive here in Byron, IL did it for me. But just got new front shocks (replaced the 22 year-old originals), new front swaybar end-links (both were broken), and replaced the rear wheel bearing that was shot. WOW! I can actually hit a bump and not feel a jolt now. And it doesn't vibrate at highway speed anymore. I think I am going out on a joyride...talk to you guys later!

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I replaced another faulty lifter. This is the 5th lifter that has failed since I installed the new engine. And the engine only has 3700 miles on it.

This is also the first time I've used a Crane Cams product in an engine (which happens to be the lifters). The chance of me buying anything else from Crane Cams just dropped to "slim to none".
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Didin't get two miles down the road before the "Made in China" rear wheel bearing assy. failed. Went back to the shop, they put the old one back on. back to O'Reilly, returned the bad one. They don't carry any other brand, and I am not going to buy the same inferior part again, so now to figure out what brand from which store.

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Made an offer on another one!
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Looked at the one in my driveway as I jumped into my Wrangler and covered my other fiero which is in the works.
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Replaced the fuel pump in Indy #1, and messed around with the wiring on Indy #2. #1 is now purring like a kitten. still need to go over it though the fan will not kick on unless i turn on the AC.
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Finally got the 88 coupe back on the road....had the clutch master and slave cylinders installed...thanks to Gary Bulpin....
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Originally posted by larini74:

Finally got the 88 coupe back on the road....had the clutch master and slave cylinders installed...thanks to Gary Bulpin....


Did you use Rodney's new slave? Frank is planning a tech session at his place next month on my 87 GT to replace its slave and master.

A side note, replaced the new ignition module on my 88 after 200 miles, with an old module carried as a spare up in Daytona at the Dream Cruise. The old module, may be eight or more years old.

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Yes...saw that, but mine's a 4banger w/isuzu trans, not a getrag...so it wouldn't work this time...thanks though...i appreciate the heads up....
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ran my fuelpump hotwire kit for the gran naddy. had to trim about.....5 feet of wire off! and i ran this to my battery relocation too.
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asked it to please cooperate.
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Spent all day on the dyno getting my VE tables somewhere near where they need to be

Tomorrows gonna be a good day... Fiero Store steering wheel and oil filler cap as well as a new clutch master!

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Tried to do the EGR tube gasket but those damn bolts were too rusted. Took it to a shop and it turns out all three gaskets on the EGR valve base were shot. Valve is also leaking. Had to get the EGR valve gasket and the EGR valve base gasket made, nobody carries them.

Runs alot smoother now! It got a wash as well.

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Is it wierd everytime i see this thread i wana go do somthing to my car?

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Installed a new clutch slave and master cylinder and bled it. Got the clutch working again.
I used Archie's gravity bleed method.
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I put the cover on it, to be parked for possibly a very long time. I'm tired of the constant problems and the expense. I fixed the pickup truck, so that's my daily driver now, and I will probably put the Fiero in the Mall soon.
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Installed said fiero store steering wheel, oil filler cap and new clutch master cylinder.

It bled just fine with a vacuum pump on the bleeder but all the turbo plumbing sure made it a pain in the butt to get to!
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Washed it for the first time. Ran some errands. Showed it to my best friend and some family members. It is ugly right now but it does have potential.

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Put 4inch speakers in my headrests! All 8 speakers have been replaced now! The hearest speakers were never replaced! Next to find a decent radio / stereo for the car. I'll be looking for a factory cd player.
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Gave it an oilchange yesterday,
and finally got around to changing the broken tail pipe hanger, on the drivers side.
both tailpipes are now level again.

Then I took it for an hour long cruise,

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Bought Lambo Doors for it ... will keep ya posted

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I insured it through Grundy Collector Car Insurance. $104/year!

Previously I had only liability through Progressive.
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Took it off jackstands (it has been sitting for at least six months), charged the battery, started her and let her idle long enough to get up to tem and sit there for ten minutes. Then I wiped her down real good. Was going to drive her to work, but the clouds rolled in and it looks like rain - maybe tomorrow.
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Spent about a hr scraping all the over spray from every piece of glass on the car. Due to the previous owner not taping anything off before paint.
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Pulled the seats out of my '85 GT...First time since it was built. Live in the snow belt...Yep, bolts became one with the studs...Had to get creative....Hidden treasures??? Nope...More like Ewwwww.....Fossilization and change...! Both sides...Mike

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I insured it through Grundy Collector Car Insurance. $104/year!

Previously I had only liability through Progressive.


Thank you for this bit of information, I'll have to look them up.

Oh yeah, I dreamed about getting it back and that long drive home getting to know it again.

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Pulled the seats out of my '85 GT...First time since it was built. Live in the snow belt...Yep, bolts became one with the studs...Had to get creative....Hidden treasures??? Nope...More like Ewwwww.....Fossilization and change...! Both sides...Mike


Hidden treasures eh? I found a diamond ring underneath my driver's side seat. Six tiny diamonds with a 24k gold band. Mom made me return it to the owner.
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