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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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I put new taillight lenses on her today.

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Finally got my plates. Now officially registered to me!

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Today I worked on installing more of the interior then I changed the valve cover gasket, fixed the loose dogbone bracket and figured out my high idle problem and took her for my verry first drive in a fiero! my fiero!! but then the problems started I blew another brake line and it dosent want to shift grrrrr also spedo guage isnt working!

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Caution: Slight Fiero rant...

I thought I would have a go at my speakers today. I had Alpine 4x6's in the dash, and Kenwood 4x6's in the pillars. I noticed that one of the Kenwoods was blown, and decided that I might as well put the Alpines back there and re-install the Kenwood 4x10s that I had in the dash last summer. Sounds like a pretty simple swap huh? Well the 4x6's came out of the dash fine, but I had to replace most of the wiring under there because it was getting stiff and brittle. Changed that, and plugged in the 4x10's. Now on to take the pillar trim off for my first time, not that tough of a task. Then I hit a snag, I didn't account for the larger magnet on the Alpines and they also wouldn't fit up with the previous plate that was in there. So I take the plastic speaker plate, and had to grind away at the plastic until the speaker fit in the plate. (at this point I really wish I had a dremel tool, instead of a Dewalt 4" grinder) After making the speaker fit, I had to carefully drill holes through the plastic to hold the speaker in. Then the fun part of massaging the speaker into the pillar hole, while fighting the magnet that kept wanting to stick to everything. I finished all this for the passenger's side and put the trim back in.

I did everything the same for the driver's side, but alas! There's some extra frame metal on the driver's side that just would not allow for the magnet to fit. Now I'm stuck with a dilemma on how to get around this part, tomorrow I'm going to try making a spacer, grinding away some of the frame metal, or maybe just hitting it with a hammer to dent it in far enough for the magnet to fit (better not swing to hard and lose my rear window though)

The really sad part about all of this is that it took like six hours!
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A resurfaced flywheel was installed in my 87 GT. Neutrally balanced, on the left, is not the right one for an 87. The 87 gets a balanced flywheel, on the right.





Soon I'll get it back with new rear brakes, calipers and rotors.

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went to put the cradle back in w/ the 3500 mounted to it, just to have the rear cradle bolt brake free putting it back in!!
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Today I waited till the corner shop closed up for the night, then walked down and stole my 86GT and spent the evening joyriding in it ! It still has a few touches to go, but there's something about that 3800SC that just sends a tingle up my leg

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Installed new brake lines across engine bay and new brake hose on drivers side rear. Then bled brakes and took it for a VERY short spin. (No plates) lol This was her maiden voyage so very excited about it. Still have a couple of bugs to work out though.
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I finished a 1450 mile road trip in my Formula today. It was a great trip and had zero issues with the car.
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Cleared out a spot in the garage,...... for the arrivals.





Tinkered with my driver side window that wants to be fickle.

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built some headers



Didn't get the front set done because I plugged the tip on the welder.
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Repaired pass side coolent tube, ran new brake lines for the front got the rear line ran to the block. In the middle if making some new coolent line hangers.
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Got it pulled over for 71 in a 55 on the way to work this morning... Maybe I was better off when it didn't run right...
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I took the 87 to the alignment shop. It did need an alignment ever since the Power Tour 09 and driving into the pot holes around Detroit. Plus all the work on the transmission and the rear suspension having been taken out and put back. It drives like it did 20+ years ago.
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** edit hehehe meant to hit smile symbol and instead hit angry face,..trust me i am happy not mad hehehe **


Brought home it's new heart and tranny !

Series 2 3800 sc engine out of a 2000 bonneville ssei.



Only 32,000 miles !!

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Took pictures of my work in progress




Featuring my new wing stands...

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New waterpump, no more squeeky squeeky. And I guess I forgot, rebuilt the steering column last weekend, no more wobbly wobbly.
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got 1 vette seat in today...took me over a week of pissing around but its done!
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Swapped the non working two speed fan to a single speed working fan.
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Replaced my drivers door lock actuator. Things went smooth... Thanks to forum member Red97 for supplying the part.

BTW, if anyone has taken off their door inner skin you need to be aware of something. The plastic retainers that keep the skin on are prone to breaking off due to age. If your replacing them with new ones be sure to cut the point of the retainer off about 1/4 inch for the most rear-ward retainer. (on the bottom of the skin) If not, when you pull down your window (PW) just 2 inches before its fully down the glass will catch and make a "clunk" noise. By cutting off the point on the plastic retainer, it will not catch when you lower your window down.

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built some headers



Didn't get the front set done because I plugged the tip on the welder.


Nice...is that a 3.1L engine from a monte-carlo??
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New engine mount bracket to replace a cracked one.

New transmission mounts to replace one that had ripped through the safety cage and another that had pulled the metal apart from the rubber.

New clutch

Freed up binding clutch fork shaft/bushings

New axle seals


Actually, all this was yesterday, but I neglected get on PFF until today.

Rally, btw, is very hard on every part of the car, right down to the engine mounts.

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** edit hehehe meant to hit smile symbol and instead hit angry face,..trust me i am happy not mad hehehe **


Brought home it's new heart and tranny !

Series 2 3800 sc engine out of a 2000 bonneville ssei.



Only 32,000 miles !!



whatcha pay for it? im in the market for a L67.. well window shoppijng right now till i get out of the navy here in a couple months
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Gave a couple car club members a ride over the weekend in my 3.4L and they all stated that it pulled like V8
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I wanted to add that I took it out again for a fun ride... I LOVE THIS THING!!!
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Nice...is that a 3.1L engine from a monte-carlo??


Ahh... no. That is a 3900...
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I've been so busy working around the house this spring that I haven't gotten her out much so today I drove her to work.

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Always looking....Just a cool thread. So many cool innovations, cars, and stories.

I always seem to be modding something. Here is the latest project...

My trunk seal is really torn up. This is an earlier pic, but the seal was much worse a few days ago. I don't like taking pics of my trunk seal. It was hard to find one in my album.



So, with a bit of automotive glue, some painters tape, and some clear packing tape to hold it all together,we have this series of events...





I found that the automotive glue really doesn't stick to the back of the painters tape. (I took out the garbage, and don't remember the name of the glue, but will be purchasing some more soon.) The packers tape holds it all together. You will see that on the passenger side of the seal, there appears to be a dip in the seal. Well, there is. It will be remedied before the project is done. Must remember NOT to lean on the seal while the glue is setting up! I really must have set my left elbow on it a dozen or more times.

Then, there is this...Hmm?



A beginning to the end...













I have a bit more polishing to do before the finish, but it fits as intended, and helps to go along with my other aluminum mods. I just love the stuff! So pretty...

Aluminum front splitter...



Polished aluminum door handle trim. My plastic black pieces tore off in a buffer catastrophe. My solution about 5 years ago......



All of the polishing leads to hours of hand sanding up to 2000 grit. Then it is my 7" polisher with a pad that I use only for this purpose. I then finish with a blue buffing pad and Mothers Wheel Polish for aluminum. The polishing on the trunk bar took me about 4 hours. Can be done quicker, but I enjoy doing this task the hard way.

I have a couple more projects kicking off. In some of the pics you can see a wire loom hanging out of the trunk carpet. That goes to my GT auxilary guages. I spliced in a new, longer loom to set the guages in the trunk. Then, while the engine is running, I can see volts and oil pressure. I have an aluminum pod to house the guages. This will be mounted up in the corner of the trunk. That is all that I can tell at the moment. Need to keep a few secrets....
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Grrr...I've been so busy since I got my fiero that I've done pretty much nothing. Does hanging an air-freshener from the mirror count?
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Going to Drive it home tonight to prep it for registration and minor work this weekend.

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I drove my 88 GT from Paxton, Il to Newton Iowa. The Power Tour starts in Newton, Iowa. It is hot.
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I ummm... took out my door windows, cut the windshield loose and broke out my rear window...

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i painted the bumper on my 86 SC no more primer
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Found a problem with my AC in the Formula today - Orifice tube had a tear in the screen??? Don;t know how it happened - it was the chepo .99 cent one. I replaced it with the extreme service variable type. Pulling a vac on it now - will charge in a little bit - hope this cures it.

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bought a set of turbo gt tinted quarter scoop windows and a new exterior air intake from fierostore
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I'm lazy. I just installed new Taylor spark plug wires I had custom made from CHRF.




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I ate my Fiero



at the Jet City Fiero's Arlington Picnic
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Finally got around to replacing the adjuster just to find out the pads are shot!! And started glassing in my decklid scoop! now it dries in the garage till tomorrow when the fun part begins...sanding
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I didn't like how the hood support was all scratched up and rusty; so I took it off, put a cup brush on my dad's drill press, and tried something different.
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Spent a couple hours putting new transmission mounts on my 3800 project, and fabbed most of the front lower mount using 2 Dodge truck mounts. Got a small start on the 1st header.
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