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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Finished the AC wiring. Installed the battery, Started it up and added the water to the engine. Burping coolant system is a pain. Drove my car for the first time, but only 6 inches. I cut it off and let it cool so I could check it form more water. Cleaned off the tools from all over the car. About 2 hours later I drove around the bock for the first time under its own power. I got to check all 5 gears for engagement. I know reverse works, cause I used it to get out of the garage.
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drove it 130 miles all in state to find out i now need rear brakes before the local car show tomorrow night i hope they don't give me any trouble.
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Took off the driver's side front fender and rear quarter panel, started sanding off rust. Not much rust up front, but one BIG piece missing in back! Need to do some welding before putting the panels back on it. Cut up the old bumperpad rear bumper cover, so now I HAVE to use the Indy body parts!
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Yesterday put some new wheels on


and this morning I installed my new gauge overlays(sorry about the quality, blue doesn't photograph well)


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I put a new license plate on mine, says 85FIERO just like my old one , but mississippi just changed them to some fruity looking tag with a light house on it
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Put it away for the winter.

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I took a quick ride around the block with gregpro50 to show him how the car runs.
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Fixed my loose steering column, replaced worn out ignition lock cylinder, changed oil.
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Got to see my baby for the first time in 3 weeks. Found out condensation is getting into my trunk and my Owners Manual and Service manual molded, along with a bunch of speakers, a cell phone charger, and other stuff. But I washed her, changed my side vent, put on a new stereo bezel, put in a short shifter, and 1984 door sill plates. Tomorrow new seat belts are going in.
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Took it on the highway for the first time. it rides nice. Tomarow i'm picking up stuff to swap to fastback and rear bumper and also hopefully sideskirts and lower gt profile parts.
Its going to be a 84 GT fastback with a 2.5 auto. lol
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Got My Ferrari lust quelled for a few hours Ran the snot out of it ..just the another smile on my face day
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I replaced my temp gauge since it decided to die. I also started planning a 3800 swap on my 84. I cant sell it so I might as well do an engine swap and keep it.
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Changed broken alternator adjustment bracket for good one. Swapped in Dodgerunner's bracket kit with my Dad's help, added belt tensioner and belt (took all day, nothing cooperated). Changed the oil and oil filter, checked seals, sprayed silicone on the rubber bushings, checked the tie rods and ball joints in the rear, greased the fittings, changed the lug nuts. Scrubbed the wheels some more to get rid of gunk I didn't get last week. Added some fuel injector cleaner. Cleaned the plenum (cosmetic). Used rust converter to get rid of some run off from the battery tray which looks like it sank with the Titanic. Will be trying next week to put on replacement battery tray kit and maybe valve cover gaskets, change the spark plugs.

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Sold My 85 gt and bought an Indy

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I stood and looked at it and grunted, then I said I can't wait for spring.
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edit cause im an idiot

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Yesterday I replaced my cap and rotor and removed the spare tire well. Today I cut the hole for my battery relocation box and pulled out my cracked coolant overflow tank.
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Re-assembled some of the interior and gave it wash inside my garage.
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I brought it home and learned to drive it.

I traded my Indy last night to fierothomas, and got a 1985 GT, 4 speed.
Today I took her out and learned to drive a manual trans.
Still a little shakey, but I drove to my buddy's house and back to mine and didn't stall.
(thats about 5 miles of stop and go here in chicago)
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changed the plug wires earlier today, just put her in the garage a few minutes ago, tucked her in, and kissed her goodnight!

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I drove my GT around some and hooked up a laptop with winaldl to it. Not sure what all it done but it saved a datalog of my car doing something.
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noticed the exhaust pipes turning cherry red on my '87 GT so i pulled off the EGR and bad tube and replaced with block off plates.also took off the water lines going to my throttle body as i have mild winters and dont need them which gave the engine bay a cleaner look.put on the last new caliper and new rubber brake line. that makes all 4 in the last month now.had to buy a 10" steel metal tube as it was the only one that wouldn't break free.20 years will do that.
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Put it in storage till next year.


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Took it to a swap meet to buy it a MSD 6AL. Found one, looks brand new, guy was asking $85. Offered him $65 figuring to pay $75 but....... he said ok.

On the way out my friend stopped to look at the Fiero (I've only had it 3 weeks) and noticed that the coil has been arcing under the metal frame. I went back in to where I had seen an MSD Blaster 8226 coil, still in the package for $40. Offered him $30, he hemmed and hawed and said $35. Ok

On the way home there were a dozen High School Cheerleaders washing cars at the Sonic. I stopped by to do my civic duty and make a contribution to their fundraising.

Went home and put the coil on. Idle was a little unsteady with the new coil, hmmm, but better throttle response throughout the range.

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Tried to modify Munson's headlights.put the stock lights back on.added lower driving lights on botttom..........Now my battery won't stay charged..always did need another alternator.
Will head to the archieves for research.Winter is almost here.good project.
..I LOVE THAT CAR !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Took the old coupe nose off, and test-fitted the aero nose on. What an inspiration! Problem is, it looks like the coupe nose used different turn signal housings than the aero nose. Does anybody know if that is true?
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Watched the new owner pick it up



I am officially out of Fieros

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Snapped off the pin in the drivers side decklid hinge and reminded myself that it needs to go for its winter nap before the salt/ ice hit the roads
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Burned yet another chip for the 3.4. This time, trying to get the off-idle stumble out of it.
(May not get a chance drive it again until after I replace the Isuzu with the new Getrag, though.)
Ordered a bunch of blank chips. (Kind of a pain, recycling through 2 or 3 chips. Especially if you break a pin.)

Drove the 4.9 to Auburnfest this past weekend, and met up with a bunch of other Fiero (and other) maniacs.

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I walked by it, stared at the top of the engine all torn apart and vowed to leave it alone for at least a year once I finish the intercooler install... The simplest mods can at times take for ever!

Then I checked the status of the parts I had to mail back to the vendor, and watched a video of the engine running (I really miss driving it)
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I figured out how to post pic and use my sig it is a sweet day!

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bump, till I get some pic's up
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Got a wild hair and started tearing into my hood..wheeeeeeeeeee!








And that was the easy part I think! Nice part is that the hood opens and closes right on seam! This car had bad front end damage and the new front end is from another Fiero. Now to choose what headlights I want. Would love to have the Ferrari Modenas, but at $1500 each.... um, I better get divorced first!

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Found a leaky front seal...darn I was hoping to go into winter with no more repairs. Oh well it's been a while since I have had to fix anything.
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I just put my battery up front. I rewired some of my 84. Its now an 84.2 No fires too!
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Started my Isuzu to Getrag tranny swap.
Got the decklid and wheels off. Got the axle nuts loosened. Got the air filter and Y pipe removed. Got the console, ECM, and shift cables removed.
Moved the (tighter) select arm from the old to the new tranny. Got the brackets and throwout bearing swapped over to the new tranny.

Got hungry and came upstairs.
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I continued working on the engine mounts for my 96 3.4 DOHC with a FWD Getrag tranny on an 88 cradle that I am putting my 85 Notchie.

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Took it to the gas station and filled it up to park it for the winter. Gas station attendant asked if I bought a new one, said no, he must have had me confused with another Fiero owner. Told him I've had it for over 20 years just didn't drive it much, he wanted to know why I didn't sell it, told him, I dunno, its just one of those things in life you keep around. It still turns heads even after 22 years.
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I go my 87gt to finally run, took it for a test drive, everything is Ok, except the oil burning / blow by issue. I might just try that 'restore' junk.

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