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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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i put on my Rodney Dickman Adjustable Solid Dogbone on the 3500. World of a difference! more needs to be done to help the motor sit still

WOOT WOOT! I POWN PAGE 62

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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
Fiero's are people too. We pay just as much attention to them, if not more than our loved ones
screw paying those bastards. im not going to become rich by paying for things.....

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I drove it to work. I could be driving it home this evening in a BIG rain storm.

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Started on this mod (pics not mine, belong to unbound mo)



Started taking everything apart.






Still need to wire in the new speakers.

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Took off my alternator belt and cleaned all of the related pulleys to eliminate belt squeal. I'll get a gator belt if it continues, but so far so good.
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Exoticse... did you figure the pattern out okay? Did my reply help some> pretty easy yeah?

So what speakers are you going with?
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A friend and I broke up the foot and a half tall wall of ice that was sitting in front of it. Scrapped off the hood, windshield and the decklid. Anxious to start working on it again.

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made a new HO2 sensor connector. and wall la! the darn thing works again. tunning fell flat on its face tho.

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

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Start installation of Sound deadening material. It is B-Quiet Ultimate.



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I inspected my shipment of received parts mwuaahhaha
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I love that part,,......

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Het.. double, did you ever do the turn signal light mod... Very interested in a fog combo with the turn signal

I found this and ... looks interesting... I think i have to add the electronic led signals or something like that.. Seem like I can get it at the local parts store



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Originally posted by unboundmo:

Het.. double, did you ever do the turn signal light mod... Very interested in a fog combo with the turn signal

I found this and ... looks interesting... I think i have to add the electronic led signals or something like that.. Seem like I can get it at the local parts store




I haven't attempted them yet, but I think those would work pretty well depending on their dimensions. Give it a shot!

Are those particular ones headlights with led signals, or signals with LED accents...
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Drove it! Which in Michigan in the winter is not always possible. The roads are dry so I don't think the salt will be a problem.

I got the 3800 SC late in the 'Fiero season' and really haven't had much (or at least not enough) chance to drive it. I couldn't stand it any longer, had to drive it!

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I have been a bit hesitant to start in on my "changing the stalk" job. I don't know why but for some reason I didn't think I could accomplish it on my own. So today, armed with my 7mm, some wire, electrical tape, razor blade, and a set of snips I set off to the driveway. I was told it was really easy....and it was! I just took my time and was done in about 30 minutes and I must admit, it was the easiest job I have ever accomplished in my Fiero! You literally just twist the stalk and pull it out. I taped wire to the connector so that I had wire through the column when I pulled it out. Then I snipped the place-holder wire and taped the new stalks connector to it, pulled it back through and snapped the new stalk in...easy peezy!
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Drove it! Which in Michigan in the winter is not always possible. The roads are dry so I don't think the salt will be a problem.

I got the 3800 SC late in the 'Fiero season' and really haven't had much (or at least not enough) chance to drive it. I couldn't stand it any longer, had to drive it!



Drove it!

Here's my Fiero at the Furrin Group ice race today 2/7/2010. This is on a frozen lake, no salt problems here either.


Yesterday it was at a Michigan Ice Racing Association race. I don't have pics of that but here's one on the straight at a MIRA race from the 1/23/2010 event.

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I started reassembling my engine after painting/cleaning some of the brackets,etc
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Here's the ad Double.. says -- Pilot Specialty Series Driving Lights w/ Built-In Parking/Signal Light - PL-1095A

http://www.truckcustomizers...a-driving-light.html

Features 5 amber LEDs which can be used for parking lights or turn signal lights (switchable).


Pilot Specialty Series Lights

* Metal Housing
* Clear Lens/White Beam
* 55 Watt Halogen PL-H3 Lamp plus 5 Amber LEDs
* Features a Pre-Assembled Wiring Harness w/ Relay
* Illuminated Rocker Switch
* 4½"-W x 3"-D x 2½"-H

Pilot Specialty Series Lights
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Sweet thanks
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d'oh! nm, ignore that PM unboundmo
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The Fiero signal lights measure 6 x 1.3/4 those lights would be too tall. You would have to cut into the front fascia for OEM install. But could be mounted elsewhere though. My 2 cents.

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Actually my original lights measure 6 x 2 and there is enough room to mount a 2.5" tall light with no cutting... There is a recessed area behind the fascia that gives clearance.... I will make a new bracket / plate to tie into the old about 1" toward the front... But I already thought of that when doing the research. Besides I don't like leaving holes on the sides since they are only 4.5" wide and not 6... Key is to make it look stock and that it belonged there in the first place.
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unboundmo ... please post when you do the install ... will probably look perty cool !!!
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scheduled a date for the fiero to get tuned this coming monday. oooo i cant wait! looking at 250-270 WHP and 300 or so Tq!

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

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scheduled a date for the fiero to get tuned this coming monday. oooo i cant wait! looking at 250-270 WHP and 300 or so Tq!



Sorry, but I am going to have to call on this one! We will not believe you until we have video of you doing donuts, whith your head out the window,screaming, "Oh Yeah!"
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I received my new battery assembly from the Fiero Store. I took my 88 back to the mechanic to tweak the timing.. it needed to be retarded a bit. Checked on the repaint on my 88 GT. It was done, but needed to have the wing reinstalled and buffed out. I may pick it up tomorrow or Friday.
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Just installed new WCF front lowering springs... good product and incredible improvement over the cut originals!

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I had 2 new tires installed today. One of the old tires was destroyed when I hit a piece of debris as I dove into the emergency lane to let an ambulance past. And one of the other tires had a plug in it, and was developing a wobble.
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I let them sit in my garage while the snow came falling (the green fiero is under the car cover)

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Just removed one of the exhaust pipes. It was a bit rusty so a couple a PB Blaster shots did the trick. Twin dual pipes should fill-in quite nicely.






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- replaced valve spings and valve spring retainers
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Well after i finished the day off honey-do list (dishes, vaccum, and planning dinner), i went to work trying to figure out why the heck the choptop suddenly was not starting.

It will crank, but would not start. i am definatly not an ace mechanic, in fact far from it but,....it's gotta be fuel or spark,..right ?

First up a little PFF research.



Some really good threads. Could be anything from corroded distributor pins, fuel pump, fuel pump relay, to bad IM, PUC.



Early trouble shooting, Fuel pump hums when the key is turned so scratch that.

Question,..how much should the tach move when you attempt to crank ? Barely or wildly ?
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It jumps about 2-3 hundred. I got a dollar that its a icm.
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think i over revved it. O_O ah crap. right before im supposed to get it tuned. all i can hear is CLACK CLACK CLACK CLACK CLACK

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I looked at it wishing I could drive it but according to the weather ..that aint happening this weekend
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Got the wiring figured out for the new steering column, from a Chrysler Got a couple new gauges to fix the nonworking fuel and temperature gauge- tired of fixing them all the time. Changed the oil, and sold my silver GT. Down to 1 Fiero again, and it will be my last one.
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right now i have the rear (trunkside) valve cover off, UIM and various other crap in the way off the engine. getting the gasket to match back up with the valve cover really sucks!

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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 looked at it wishing I could drive it but according to the weather ..that aint happening this weekend


Same boat here, but i did get the snow off the sunroof and headlights since it lives outside. ( don't want the extra weight on there of a foot of drifted snow )
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Finally finished up installing poly bushings, all tie rod ends and all ball joints in the front and rear.

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