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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Got the axles & suspension back in the XTC/4.9 project!



And I own Page 71!

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Today I put the new stereo in the wife's car. I also removed these:



88 GT seats, with Lumbar, only 42,000 miles on the car.

So I could put in these:



Some of Mr. Mikes, excellent work. My wife doesn't like leather seats to sit in, she always preferred cloth seats. When she found out Mr. Mike was now offering cloth, my fate was sealed.

If anyone is interested, the old 88 covers will be for sale. I have pics of them before I took them off the seats.

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Last few days, I've been doing various bits of tune-up. Changed the oil today, and got all the front plugs changed out (except for #6), as I'd changed the rear plugs, cap, rotor, and air filter earlier this week. The #6 plug seems to be rusted pretty good. I wonder if they've ever been changed before at all. They were all pretty rusty around the hex head. The #6 wire boot and heat shield even have some rust at the tip. I can't even get the socket in enough to grab the #6 plug to get it out.

She runs a lot better now, but that #6 plug is holding her back. Need to change the plug wires too, but the AutoZone by me didn't have them in stock.
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I took that effer out and finaly it dosent blow ICM's anymore
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Had to change the clutch slave.... since I fixed the clutch pedal and started moving the slave its full travel it decided to leak. Hope now it will work like it should. Have to love cars that show thier love of attention by wanting more.
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Had to change the clutch slave.... since I fixed the clutch pedal and started moving the slave its full travel it decided to leak. Hope now it will work like it should. Have to love cars that show thier love of attention by wanting more.



You might be looking at a clutch master crlinder soon to. What transmission do you have?
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polished 2/3rds of car...here is polished part

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polished 2/3rds of car...here is polished part




I have to admit for a stock bodied GT yours is my favorite next to my green one.
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I gave it a break. It currently isn't street legal, since I removed the rear deck (which houses the tail lamps) for some fiberglass work.
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Installed my new rotors and Porterfield R4-S brake pads on all 4 corners. Stops much better now. Then I took it for a nice drive.
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Installed a trunk cover purchased from Fieroinnovations in the PFF Mall.

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/F...4/HTML/051164-3.html

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Finished my new Speed Hut gage install...




Details here: http://www.fiero.nl/forum/F...1/HTML/062564-6.html
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Visited Wayne Renninger with it. We installed DIY Stu's Dew wipes, inside and out on both sides. Then we took the window tint off the side windows, and just for giggles we swapped out the 1/4 windows with some aftermarket replacements.

Then I drove the hell out of it.
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well lastnight i painted mine... i did it all in one day
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Finished the Y Pipe for the XTC/4.9 swap!



And got a package from the Fiero Store - door clips and rivets for the door trim and skins on my Firmula!

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Started out with a LED 3rd brake light swap and ended up it being an interior gut and recover.

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Applied the red vinyl lip to the rest of my rims.

Tomorrow I will mount them to the car! I'm finally home again!!
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Did a test on my painting and vinyl cutting abilities. Not too shabby imo. I think I might just do the other side!

btw, If you are wondering why I have hood pins... I hope the hood release lever/cable never breaks for anyone... ever! I will show the repair process tomorrow... weather permitting!


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had it towed. Got off the the freeway and stopped at a light and it died. Lost all electrical power.
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had it towed. Got off the the freeway and stopped at a light and it died. Lost all electrical power.


sad...
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Originally posted by Max The Chainsaw:

Today I put the new stereo in the wife's car. I also removed these:



88 GT seats, with Lumbar, only 42,000 miles on the car.

So I could put in these:



Some of Mr. Mikes, excellent work. My wife doesn't like leather seats to sit in, she always preferred cloth seats. When she found out Mr. Mike was now offering cloth, my fate was sealed.

If anyone is interested, the old 88 covers will be for sale. I have pics of them before I took them off the seats.

Max



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new cap, rotor, coil, ignition module.......... and fuel pump fuse.

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Today I put the new wheels on!



More pictures in my build thread!

On a side note, I also put some nice new shiny two piece rotors on my father's vette. Too bad one of them sounds like its scraping, I don't understand why. Pisses me off.

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washed her waxed her. took the iggys seat covers out. and replaced the bezels with the carbonfiber bezels. all ready for the show tomorrow.
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Wash and wax...no pics just wash and wax...she needs new paint though.
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I treated her to one of the new GT trunk seals made by PFF member infinitewill. Nice, very nice.

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went to gibsons and found a perfect tan dash no cracks or anything but one small problem its the wrong color so sem dye time! I got the thing as a temp dash till I get done figuring out how I am going to modify the original busted up one, after I finish the dash I am constructing I will give this one away to whoever needs it thats close in the not so near future.
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It was a full day of Fiero fun! Worked on all three today. Did the idle learn procdure on the XTC/4.9 swap plus timed it and got it running nice. Installed new trim clips and new plastic rivets in the bottom of the door skins on the Formula and installed a rebuilt speedo/tach cluster plus wired in a manual switch for the rad fan on the V8 Coupe. 7:00 am till 8:00 pm - 13 hours of pure Fiero fun!

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Stripped a headlight motor last night. Darn it. I guess little car is going to be winking for a little while >.<

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Because the main post on my sail panel was really faded, I decided to try something new... Came out pretty good IMO.

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Replaced my fried Aeroforce Interceptor scan gauges with two new ones, rewired them behind the trim, tidied everything up.
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Dang, that's a great lookin' car!!!!!
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Today I put the new wheels on!





Those wheels came out great. Really adds to the attitude of the car.
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Finally got some time to work on the fiero today. Received my goodies from Fiero Thomas recently and decided it was high time I did something about the car. I have a bad headliner here and the car did not come with one at all so Robbie Finley was kind enough to sell me a headliner for a sunroof car. Only problem is it was broken in half right down the middle. Today I took the two halves and did a little fiberglass work on it. I gently clamped the two halves together on my workbench and carefully removed all the excess foam from the liner. Then I carefully applied the fiberglass resin and cloth to the broken areas and applied bare resin to the rest of it to stiffen it up a bit. There was one part that was missing and I am trying to remake it with fiberglass and so far it is looking decent. I will probably apply another layer to the other sides of the parts tomorrow once the face is dry tonight. Once it is all repaired I am gonna attempt to install the nice headliner kit that I received from Thomas. It is a darker grey/black cloth with padding like the original stuff. I have beautifully embroidered newly recovered visors to go on it now too from Thomas and I am anxious to be able to get it all installed. This should really make the interior look nice. Only problem is that I have never removed the original headliner so I have no earthly idea how it goes back in. I am sure it is kinda self explanatory but we will see.... Thanks for all the cool ideas and information on this site. It is sure to help my new fiero to look it's best..... peace

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Install a grill in the rear scoop. I like the look

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Took home this from the "Pontiacs in the Park" show at Petersburg, VA.



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Those wheels came out great. Really adds to the attitude of the car.


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Since I bought my car in the spring of 2003 I have had a rattling sound coming from the pulley side the engine that I could not track down... it was always just above idle, like crusing through a parking lot or just before it would settle down to regular idle after warming up... I have put 15,000 miles on the Fiero since I purchased it...

I found the source of my rattle today... 7 years later.

About 1 inch of play in the chain...


Both sprockets were fairly worn with chips in the teeth and grooves...


The main attraction was the chain guide or what was left of it...


What remained of the left side...


Right side? What right side...


New tight chain in and ready to go...


Oh and replace the tranny pan... the original had been jacked in the past...


How is it even possible that the old chain did not jump in 7 years??? LOL

Big thanks to KEV and yellowTee!!!

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How is it even possible that the old chain did not jump in 7 years??? LOL



Fix your cold start injector????
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