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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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Well yesterday we did some welding on the muffler so seal it up until we can afford a new one.

And today, although it was not my little car, I did see a poor little black notchie GT broken down on the side of Route 8. I think I've seen the car on campus before but I have never met the owner. I hope it's nothing serious!

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fixed my torsion bar on my SE what a PITA that was
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Was up early this morning so I wet-sanded out some bugs in my paint and then ran to the car wash to rinse off all the sanding debris. Going to put some more paint down later today.
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I love the Mopar Six-Pack scoop! Looks great! Did your scoop have the mounting flanges on the inside or outside of the scoop??? I found a few with the flange on the outside, but i am not sure if it will fit between the bodylines on my decklid...


The scoop did have pieces of steel bent at about 80 degrees, but i just mounted it with drywall screws then glassed it in, just pm me if you want any more info on this. Heres the Build Thread http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/109603.html

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Towed to shop, since I don't have the time or the energy to work on it myself. Gonna get it fixed and put a For Sale sign on it.
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Hmmmm....replaced water pump on Son # 1's 87 GT, repaired broken alternator bolt (extracting broken bolts out of aluminum sucks!) on Son #2's 86 GT. Haven't found time yet this year to work on my own cars!

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Today, I stuffed the drivetrain back in the Fiero, after doing a bunch of work on it. See build thread for details.



I still need to finish up the exhaust. But it should be drivable in a couple days.
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Changed my H7 headlight bulbs for those brilliant white ones (with the blue-tinted bulb). Got them off eBay.
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Burped the coolent system on the 87. its going to carlisle.
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Found that the rear calipers on the XTC were loose - again - even with Locktite! Went through the process all over again.
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Drove it to work with a leaky radiator. Was my only choice. =/ New one should be in tomorrow.
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Bought a new set of kahines sail wondows from fieroeater (thanks buy the way great bargain for us guys on a budget). I'm excited because my little experiment with the cracked ones was a bust! LOL

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Sad to say this is the best looking part of the car so far!

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/080998.html

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Replaced the heater core. Got tired of the old one intermittently leaking! I have the dash out anyway for the wiring redo, so why not?

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Unlike Donny who is taking on a big project (and doing well at it imight add) I only checked the air in my tires.
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Orderd my set of Archie's Integrated Rocker Pannels

Edit: thumbs up! my bad!

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the wife and i took the car for the evening ride she said to me, jim what is that squeek. i am dard of hearing and did not hear anything. parked the car in the garage and pushed down on the rear of the car. wow what a squeek. this the first time i have had a car with poly bushings in it. thay didnot seem to be lubed, if thay did lube thay did not use much. i had someone else work in my car and it look like thay put a front sway bar on my rear with a long bolt and 2 poly bushings on it. it is a good way to get a larger dia. bar on the rear i guess. i need to buy lube. i hate squeekes.
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Dropped the engine and transmission out of my 87 GT. getting ready to make mounts for the 3800 series 2 SC tomorrow... Hoping it isnt another 90 degree day outside.
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Took my motor out to inspect it better before installing my new BHP racing heads. Ended up disassembling the whole engine to the bare block. Found that it has a reman crankshaft, rod and main bearings all scratched but no damage on the crank, the timing chain had like a mile of slack, the cam bearings look like sand paper, metal particles along with hardened silicone in the pan, a piece of silicone blocking the pick up tube. Order the parts needed to rebuild it and install my upgrade pieces and yesterday I lost my job! I love it!!!!
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Drove it too Taco Bell, on the way back it started to sound funny. After much funny noises and a malestrom of smoke, it knocks pretty good. Oil filter ruptured. Put on a new filter and dumped in some fresh oil, I'll drive it till it dies
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*the other day*

removed engine harness, disconnected all coolant and vacuum lines to the engine and cut the fuel lines. need to drain more coolant then the engine is ready to come out.

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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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Installed my new sticker.... which defines the story of my life!

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Tried to install the blower motor I got new today...

They changed the cooling tube on it and its towards the top.. Gotta fgure out how to mount it...
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Started my extractor hood !!!

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Pulled the engine out and got it ready to make new mounts for the 3800 swap.
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prepped rear of fiero for cradle drop, dropped rear cradle. but ran into some issues.

1irst issue was i could not get the hoist entirely under the car to lift the car due to my great ingenious self putting two furniture dollys under the cradle.

2econd was the muffler shop i took the car to, to have the hangers welded better than what the PO did, welded them to the hitch assembly. so everything is hanging up by that one hanger. no problem to solve without some help from friends.

had a live video show on my webcam of me working on the car. my friend called it my hardcore xxx voyuerism video feed for the car people. lol shes a goof
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screw paying those bastards. im not going to become rich by paying for things.....

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I removed the wing on my 88 as one stud (an old original one) came out of the stantion.. My replacement studs are just a bit longer and bigger in diameter so I have to drill out the hole a bit. I'm using Gorilla Glue to stck it in place.
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Installed a new motor in my speedo for the trip odo. Works good as new!
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Today the rockerpannels that I orderd from Archie got in and i already have one side done! Tomorrow the other side gets finished




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got my engine/cradle/trany assembly out.



got a 2" drop 1-1/4" hitch receiver to for the tow hitch made for bike racks

testing the strength of my 1ton harbor fright hoist



all cleaned up and set to the side

that hitch is the best thing ever for this car. rest the car on stands on it and you dont hafta worry about not having wheels!

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installed my DashScan II from Oliver (http://www.fieros.de) in my Indy:




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installed my DashScan II from Oliver (http://www.fieros.de) in my Indy:








ive been wondering about that thing. was it supposed to do anything before you did that or is it just there? mine does nothing so i don't know if thats a good thing or a bad thing.
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Not today, but this week I have:

Removed drivers side lower arm, knocked out the ball joint and replaced
Replaced drivers side upper ball joint
fitted Rodney's zero lash drop links
replaced rotor arm and dizzy cap
replaced plugs
replaced act sensor
refitted alternator after having stuck pivot bolt drilled out
burped cooling system and fitted 180 degree thermostat


Next to do:

replace EGR tube gasket
bleed brakes
clean rear calipers (binding on passenger side)
drill out broken front sway bar mounts
fit aluminium cradle bushings
fit rear sway bar
MoT (inspection)

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I put some GT lace wheels on my car thanks Paul for the injectors and the wheels
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Installed a new Power master starter.
What a difference.
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ive been wondering about that thing. was it supposed to do anything before you did that or is it just there? mine does nothing so i don't know if thats a good thing or a bad thing.


i installed it like it be specified by Oliver and it runs great. The jumpers must be configurated (L4 for my Indy). It also works great in my 1988 GT. Contact Oliver if you have problems...

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i don't have the mod you put in i was wondering if it did anything before you did the mod or is it just there?
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Originally posted by Fiero88GT:

i don't have the mod you put in i was wondering if it did anything before you did the mod or is it just there?


what mod are you talking about?
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the digital speed thats in that little rectangle shaped thing.
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Took a long hard look at my 87 to decide if i want to put her up up for sale, as i would like to get a 2nd gen. trans am. Still have not made up my mind though.

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