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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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I did what I have been doing almost everyday for he last 3 weeks - I worked on the interior of my V8 Coupe. Someday, someday soon I will get it done!



Edit to add: Yessssss Page 60 ownage!

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Replaced my new alternator with another new Alternator...hopefully this on will work for more than 1 day
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Installed my new Brake Caliper Decals

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Went to the junk yard and got a sunroof gasket glass and latch for it. Thats about it.
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added some more lighting to my apartment garage.

2 4' long dual bulb florescent light fixtures
4 4' long T12 cool white 40w florescent bulbs
1 light socket to plug socket adapter
1 sing plug to 3 plug splitter brick
1 plug socket to bulb adapter

total cost, 40 bux!

now i have my work bench area well lit and have the back lit so i can see what im working on when it comes to the fiero.







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Drove it to work yesterday.

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I got a chance to spend some time on the 85 GT that I bought a few weeks ago. I found a leak in the trunk. It was leaking around the wing stancion bolts. Somebody tried to break the wing off in the past and damaged the decklid. I cleaned up the seals and put some sealnt around the bolts. I also bolted the seats back down...the previous owner had taken the seats out to clean under them.

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started polishing the supercharger on my new engine...
I know about heat.. I dont care, I want it to look awesome aswell as fast.. i will eventually go to a turbo..
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i did absoleutly nothing to it
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Drove it to the doc's and back today no problems. i think i got a winner here.
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replaced a blown fuse for the radio on the way home.
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Bought my first home a few months ago and it has a detached garage!...kinda.
So I put her away for the winter today...in her new home...or shack i guess...one day it will be a proper garage.

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Worked on the new gauge pod

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Originally posted by falcon_ca:

Worked on the new gauge pod





can you tell some about the spacers you used to make the gauges face at an angle?

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Youtube Videos of My GT | modernize your fiero with technology!
If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem
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screw paying those bastards. im not going to become rich by paying for things.....

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I actually drove it. For REAL! 11 miles without a problem. After 10 months of ownership she actually drove someplace further than down the cul-de-sac!

Now, it's time to fix the smaller details. Wiring, refinishing the wheels so I can get new tires, completing the interior... So much to do!
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Currently working on changing out the headliner - just taking a break for a few minutes.

The original was falling down (foaming breaking down - usual problem). But I did not realize how dirty and ugly it was until it was out of the car beside the the new headliner. The new one just looked worlds better.

Now if I can just put the new one in with out screwing it up......

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Finish a new design of headlights from scratch. Similar to Fiero1fans but different in design. Function of the pop-up is still there too.





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Installed a new temp gauge sending unit and connector and did the "temp gauge fix". Temp gauge works again and better!

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........ Sat in my driveway while i was at work
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the other day when it was 40 degrees here, i installed my 3800sc II injectors on the fuel rail and put the rail on the LIM. looked like the injectors werent lining up and that 12* cold front was starting to come in. closed the garage and put it off till its warmer than these sub arctic temps

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

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Filled the tank, took it for a drive with the windows down, 66 degrees and blue sky's.
Man, it felt good!!!

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Replaced a malfunctioning trip odometer in my 88 coupe, with thanks owed to Katatak for spare parts!
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Installed new gauges and new sterring wheel.

Makes me fell for a ride but its -20 celcius out there..



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Originally posted by falcon_ca:

Installed new gauges and new sterring wheel.

Makes me fell for a ride but its -20 celcius out there..





I like it, all the gauges match nicely, great work!
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Replaced a malfunctioning trip odometer in my 88 coupe, with thanks owed to Katatak for spare parts!


Happy to have helped......
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First thing this morning, I replaced a broken throttle pedal on the Formula and fixed the seat belt/seat mech cover on the drivers side then I deliverd a Speedo to Frizlefrak, we went to lunch with the rest of the Fiero nuts and spent 3 hours BSing about all things cars, then I got some work done on the V8 project's sound system. All in all a productive day.

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Finish a new design of headlights from scratch. Similar to Fiero1fans but different in design. Function of the pop-up is still there too.





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Those buckets look very nice Mo! Great work.

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Removed center counsel to repair rad fan wiring and temp gauge wiring. Got fan working again but tep gauge always reads 105 deg. Worked just fine in my other car before swapping in the motor so going to check temp fix thing. Also fixed the wiring to my mirror. Power would shut off every time door was opened. Sprayed more carpet cleaned on interior in my quest to rid it of the mouse smell lol

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I pulled the battery out and brought it inside so that it would not freeze and get ruined. I can't drive it right now anyway with the horrible winter that we are having.
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My poor Fiero has been buried in a "Snowdrift Cocoon" since the start of December.

We finally got a "Chinook" blowing through, and the temperature went from -35 degrees Celcius to +5 degrees.
The snowbank disappeared, so I went out to shovel the slush out of my driveway.

While shoveling, I got in and started her up to let it run for 20 minutes, to charge up the battery.
Started up on the first turn of the key. Purred like a kitten.
Can't drive it in the streets yet, the ruts are still high enough to high center the Fiero.

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New speakers fit and mounted up in my 86 V8 Coupe:





I put 4" 3 ways in the B pillar and 5.25 inch coaxial's with 1" tweeters in the front. Spent the whole day messing with them but they turned out good.
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Went to Autozone and picked up a vinyl repair kit for the edges of the dash in my 86 SE. Bought some new wheels off of ebay. Hopefully getting my license soon and cant wait to get it out of the shed.
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Drove it to work for the first time in a month and layed some CF vinyl on some of my interior bits. Looks great!
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had new windsheild installed, old one has had a huge crack in it after hitting a bump the mirror landed on the console taking a big chip out of it it then the crack spread both ways for years. now i have a rearview mirror again!
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Drove the wife's 85 SE to work....in the snow and slush(at least the main roads are finally clear) and installed new shocks and struts, and replaced the right front wheel bearings and repacked the left ones. Come to find out the shocks and struts were the factory originals, on a 160,000 mile + Fiero. It sets about 4 inches higher now, and I was able to get it all the way into the driveway without plowing snow with the undercarriage.

Now all I have to do....if we're not too busy tomorrow..... is put it on the alignment machine, adjust the rear camber and give it a good 4 wheel alignment.

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Thanks Katatak....

BTW, I like where you are going with your stereo.. When... or if I do mine, I would do the tweets separate also. Less chance of distortion.
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Last night I dismounted the left rear tire because it keeps losing air, checked for nails, checked for cuts, got most of the corrision off of the bead, used some bead sealer, walk out to it this AM, flat again. I'm thinking I have a cracked or leaking rim.

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I took out the interior and painted it black, new carpets, speakers and some new trim peices.
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installed my injectors bolted everything up and the car started right up. of course with more coolant added and a jumpstart from the jump box.

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pulled the bumper, pulled the crumple zone thingy, pulled the "real" bumper, sanded/wire brushed everything and repainted it all rustoleum black. unfortunately it got too cold to paint the other side of the parts so that's tomorrows project. the next day will be assembly again. (lotta hassle for a little surface rust but i figure after this i hope to never see the inside of the bumper area again :-)
edited...so the wife is looking at the parts and says "they look kinda green, is that because it was cold when you painted them?" i said "no, its black must be the lights here in the garage" she picks up my can of "black" and turns it for me to read where it says "charlston green" argghh! oh well, its protected now and i can repaint it with real black tomorrow. sometimes ya just gotta laugh. btw who's idea was it to use a black cap and just put on a clear sticker (with black lettering) that says Charlston green. :-)

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