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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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I installed a set of 19 lb/hr injectors, and replaced a broken fuel pressure regulator. With the old injectors, I had to crank up the fuel pressure to get enough fuel, which blew out the diaphragm in the regulator.

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Worked on the Fiero yesterday and with Rob's Fiero's help figured out what was wrong with the parking brake. Also ordered a bunch of goodies from our own FieroThomas of Fieronews.... Cannot wait to get the goodies here and install them in the car..... Also ordered my wheels... 18x8 Chrome Stern ST1's 38mm backspace, 5x100 bolt pattern....got some new Nexxen tires for it too..... Gotta order some paint and try my hand at shooting my wing and other parts and see how I do..... peace

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Lookin good! i was wonderin what kind of paint did you use on the vinyl? ive been looking around and cant seem to find any answers


Went over the vinyl with fiberglass hardener let it dry for about a day then sanded well Then used shaker can primer wet sanded really good! then sprayed with shaker can gloss black.. and am currently applying clear coat.. ill have a another update by the end of my night.. Thanks hope this helps..
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I also Think the fierostore.com sells some kind of vinyl paint you can check there..

heres a link... not very many choices though..
http://fierostore.com/Produ...rowse.aspx?d=206&p=1
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Went over the vinyl with fiberglass hardener let it dry for about a day then sanded well Then used shaker can primer wet sanded really good! then sprayed with shaker can gloss black.. and am currently applying clear coat.. ill have a another update by the end of my night.. Thanks hope this helps..


This totaly helps, thanks alot!

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Put on a new clutch slave cylinder, did a complete clutch hydraulic system flush. Still need a clutch master cylinder, and new transmission mounts....
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This totaly helps, thanks alot!


Yep No problem ! here's what i did tonight finally got new clear coat on here almost finished product..



Just need to Add my leather..


But This is what is taking all of my time today my T.V. broke it ended up blowing three capacitor's.. T.V.'s all they do is waste priceless time for everyone! grr but anyway..
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Its all in the details. Color matched my Fiero door screw covers to my interior.
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Its all in the details. Color matched my Fiero door screw covers to my interior.


Where you buy these at?
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Where you buy these at?


I didn't....I painted them to match my interior.
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I didn't....I painted them to match my interior.


They look good. How did you do it?
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They look good. How did you do it?
Larry


Take the pieces and wetsand them first to remove any garbage that may have accumulated over the years. Spray the entire piece with paint and flood the whole thing. Runs don't matter on these pieces. Spray paint will fill in all of the gaps when wet but when dry, the paint shrinks to a thinner film. Once dry, wetsand over the entire piece again. The sand paper will remove all of the paint from the surface but will is too thick to go into the indentations of the "Fiero" or the Pegasus which is why they stay red. Once all of the red is removed from the surface, just clearcoat over the pieces. The clearcoat fills in any imperfections or sanding marks and looks like fresh black and red paint when dry.
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Take the pieces and wetsand them first to remove any garbage that may have accumulated over the years. Spray the entire piece with paint and flood the whole thing. Runs don't matter on these pieces. Spray paint will fill in all of the gaps when wet but when dry, the paint shrinks to a thinner film. Once dry, wetsand over the entire piece again. The sand paper will remove all of the paint from the surface but will is too thick to go into the indentations of the "Fiero" or the Pegasus which is why they stay red. Once all of the red is removed from the surface, just clearcoat over the pieces. The clearcoat fills in any imperfections or sanding marks and looks like fresh black and red paint when dry.


Cool. Thanks. I will try it.
Larry

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Replaced the sunroof hardware (tabs, bolts, washers) with the FS kit. The washers and two of the bolts don't fit too well (or at all) but the rattling I had is gone. But maybe that was because I also disassembled the latch mechanism and put it together tightly.
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Have to many vehicle thinking sould I sale the fiero or the 3000 gt vr4. I wish I had the money to turbo or v8 the fiero.
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I installed a gear-reduction starter on my 3.4 V6.

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Take the pieces and wetsand them first to remove any garbage that may have accumulated over the years. Spray the entire piece with paint and flood the whole thing. Runs don't matter on these pieces. Spray paint will fill in all of the gaps when wet but when dry, the paint shrinks to a thinner film. Once dry, wetsand over the entire piece again. The sand paper will remove all of the paint from the surface but will is too thick to go into the indentations of the "Fiero" or the Pegasus which is why they stay red. Once all of the red is removed from the surface, just clearcoat over the pieces. The clearcoat fills in any imperfections or sanding marks and looks like fresh black and red paint when dry.


Starting on mine now ill post pic of my final product thank for the information great help +
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worked for a bit taking out old seats and grrr stupid thing the nuts are rotted on the drivers side how the heck do i get them out of their without killin the stud???? also ran into a prob w the vynal on the center council its all peeling away from its plastic underframe how do i fix that stuff???
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Cut the nut with a dremel and a rotary file , beware not ruining the threads , a little will be no concern but do not exagerate .
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I checked my fluids and went for a long drive
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worked for a bit taking out old seats and grrr stupid thing the nuts are rotted on the drivers side how the heck do i get them out of their without killin the stud???? also ran into a prob w the vynal on the center council its all peeling away from its plastic underframe how do i fix that stuff???


Rusted, or rounded off? If just rusted, LOTS of PB Blaster or Liquid Wrench should loosen them up enough to get off. If rounded, you'll have to cut very carefully.
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I added air to my rear driver side tire (it has a slow leak)....wipe her down then went back in to finish my project. Just sharing....

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today went to the bone yard scored a set of dot matrix parts then finished recovering my headliner and started to figure out how th strech the new vynal over center council grrrr help!!!
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Dropped the fuel tank and put a new fuel pump in. Started it for the first time today man do i love the sound of the v6. just waiting for my trans and clutch now and ill be driving cant wait.
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Finally got my new Master and Slave cylinder installed and bled, went pretty well really. Also pulled the distrubutor and replaced the o-ring seal so hopefully no more oil leaking. Then I went down and bought some items for a tune up. Gonna install the parts tomorrow and see if I can get the dreaded front spark plugs replaced and after that I am gonna take it down to the local carwash and try to degrease the motor. Years of oil leaking from the previous owners has mad the tranny and lower engine pretty ugly... Hope I can get it clean tomorrow. Man do I like this car, love the way it sounds, love the way it drives, love the way it looks, cannot wait to get it painted.... peace

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Pulled the dash and swapped in the "new" harnesses for power locks, windows, and mirrors. Bought a 3800 SC series II....will be picking it up monday or tuesday. Also found a few of the harness connectors my car was missing. Earlier in the week I finished the "reconditioning" of my center console skeleton. Then installed my double din Pioneer head unit into the skelleton; this was a monsterous pain in the @ss, but looks really cool now. All thats left now is to modify the bezel.

Next comes soundproofing the interior before I can start to reassemble everything. I hate trying to do this in a daily driver, especially in the winter with no garage to work in!
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today the duke got a new alternator and the old stock exhaust removed. now awaiting a stock replacement exhaust from the fiero store.

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Checked oil pressure with a mechanical gauge. Never drops below 54 psi at idle when warm. With that knowledge I reset the needle of the oil pressure gauge in the instrument cluster.

Also installed Mike Freed's replacement decklid weatherstrip/water diverter. Not as easy to install as advertised but it worked out in the end...







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Gassed up, ran it through the touchless wash, then dropped it off at the transmission shop; rebuild time. Won't see it again until next Thursday.

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Ordered an LS2 valley cover for my LS4 swap w/LS2 intake, new gas pedal (since I've been driving it with only the metal bar there), Solstice ebony turn signal stalk (since the one I got previously from a Chevy is grey), C6 Vette exhaust tips, relays to control the tilt/tele motors in the Caddy steering column, and a connector to hook the Cobalt steering wheel into the Caddy clock spring (since the Cobalt clock spring and stalk housing are *completely freakin different* from the Caddy ones).

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And I still need to get an LS4, and LS2/3 harness ECM and throttle body, and perhaps another 87 cradle, so I can keep my car together until the engine's totally ready to go in.
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went to Asheboro and me and John put my cradle into the GT one step closer to bringing it home . I worked on the red sport coupe too
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Very productive day for the Fiero today.

Replaced both corroded license plate light sockets
Installed my Rodney Dickman Cradle Vanity Brace (I've had it in a box for over a year!)
Detailed her to the hilt - 2 coats of Mother's, Polished the tail pipes, and polished the wheels
Changed the oil (5 quarts of Royal Purple and a Wix oil filter)

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2nd drive of the year today!
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Checked oil pressure with a mechanical gauge. Never drops below 54 psi at idle when warm. With that knowledge I reset the needle of the oil pressure gauge in the instrument cluster.

Also installed Mike Freed's replacement decklid weatherstrip/water diverter. Not as easy to install as advertised but it worked out in the end...











where Can i buy this?
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I mended a broken throttle cable with a copper pipe....will post pictures tomorow
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i painted in the "pontiac" on the rear bumper red and wet-sanded and clear coated my roof... and sorta installed my decklid scoop
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Swapped it around in the driveway with the Eldo for next weeks work commute.... to find that its leaking something... again..

Oh, and put more spare body parts away up in the attic.

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Painted the rally gauge, radio, and shifter surrounds today, to match the gauge surround I painted a couple weeks ago...



And of course drove it. Heard some nice compliments on it yesterday. The guy at Casey Chevrolet was ready for me to sell it to him I think... I was just checking to see if the Grand Prix they had was a GXP, then had a 10 minute conversation about my car. And overheard a couple guys when I stopped at the gas station.
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