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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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decided to keep my GT
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Today, I installed a pair of LEDs to use as trunk / engine bay lights. I used a couple light fixtures, pulled from a dome light assembly in a salvage yard, with a pair of bright white LED bulbs that I got from TLG Auto. The LEDs are mounted next to the license plate lights, facing inward, so they shine down on the engine bay and trunk when the rear lid is opened (my Fiero has a clamshell rear end).

The LEDs are wired into the trunk light switch. So they come on when the trunk is opened.

Unfortunately, my camera doesn't do very well in low light. So bear with me. First, here are a couple daytime shots, for reference.





Now, here's a night-time shot, with the trunk lights on.



The LEDs are actually nice and bright. But the camera makes them look really dim.
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Replaced the alternator. Driving it out of town tomorrow about an hour trip and my old alt was putting out 10 V so I think the voltage regulator is bad.
The old one is a single wire so I will probably get it fixed and hang on to it.
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replaced the fron ttwo calipers. The driver's side was locked up, and the passenger's side wasn't clamping enough. The rears are next.
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Drove it to Chipotle. Its just about time to put her up for the year.
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Jump started it after leaving one of the map lights on, three days ago when I parked it, and trying to turn the battery into a doorstop.

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Replaced both transmission lines at the Fiero Factory...well, had them do it because I was up there having a leak fixed.
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Wished I was driving it. Failing to find compressed fuel injector cleaner (with a tube that screws onto the valve on the fuel rail), and hoping that if I get in-tank cleaner, i can get it primed up into the rails, and get the injectors cleaned, and that the issue with #3 cylinder being so lean is that there is some dirt causing partial blockage on that injector, and it's not something worse.
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Rebuilt and fitted my newly ported heads, ported and fitted lower intake manifold.
Took the other Fiero out for a spin.
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Sent to the friends garage for engine removal

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Since the weather this weekend was great in the northeast, I took my GT for a maybe last ride before she gets hibernated for the winter.This is the reason why we do what we do. DRIVE, DRIVE, ENJOY !!!
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Performed the temp gage fix! Good stuff, car is running great!
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put the cover on it. its to cold to drive it in the mourning now so but im still gonna drive it on the weekends until it really starts to get cold.

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Didn't do anything at all because I spent the day looking for my work gloves. If I don't wear them I end up at the ER everytime.

I was in the process of removing the panel below the battery tray from my spare Fiero only to find out that I can punch my hand through it. I hate rust.

I sent an email to TFS about making patch panels for our cars. I hate forming them by hand very time consuming because the wheel well hugs that panel so it has to be perfect.

The Riv

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Went out to the Formula to go to the mail box and click - nothing! The positive battery cable / post was big time corroded! Funny part was that it looked clean on the outside but the minute I started turning it, the dry acd/corrosion made a mushroom cloud! Cleaned it up and vroom vroom.......

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Dropped insurance coverage on it today. Breakdowns have been one after another, and we finally decided to stop the cycle. It's in the PFA auction (84SE) but that ends in a few days, and then I'll just post it in the Mall.
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Well, these are from last saturday. My son and I went up to the Fiero Farm to look for some parts, look at Indy #4, and socialize. Well, I made a deal for the Indy, bought an 85 for the wife's car (the Anti-Indy project) and looked at some other things. Well, anyway, here are some pics of the Indy, the 85, and my son helping me find a sunroof for my 87. Enjoy


The wife's 85

my son....I am starting him out early

and the Indy
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Passed inspection! Buying my plate sticker tomorrow! .. and priced out a new (reman) HR6 A/C compressor... :/
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Started the installation of Jesse's Bolt on Lambo Door Hinges







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"I'm not driving too fast, . . . I'm just flying too low."

Work done 07-08 | Work done 08-09 | Work done 09-10 | Work done 10-11 |
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Originally posted by wmorse:

Swapped the wheels from my 84 onto my new 87. Looks pretty good if i don't say so myself.



Wow looks nice!!


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I wired in a new plug for my fuel injector. That was not the problem solver I was hoping for. Shoot.
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Got my new Wheels and tires delivered, mounted and ready to be mounted. When I finish putting it back together.

The new wheels, Drifz 202 Jade black with machined accents with Michelin pilot sport A/S plus tires.



And the whole set in the back of my POS truck I'm using until I get the fiero fixed.



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Kento stopped by and helped me strip her. Clearing out a parts car to make room for another project.

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Finally got my spoiler back on! I painted my car two or three months ago, messed up the spoiler and because I was so excited to get my car back I didn't get around to fixing it until last week.

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Over the weekend, my wife and a friend of ours helped me drop the cradle out of my 87 and my 85 and swap them. The tranny and ball joints on the 85 cradle was having some issues, and the 87 is down for an engine swap, so I figured I would swap the cradles and rebuild the 85 cradle with a getrag and rodney's suspension parts, and put the low mile 87 cradle in my DD. Pics to follow
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put stocker GT wheels on the IMSA to go to the shop tomorrow..... it looks ugly
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my 88 formula with 20 inch rims black!!!!!
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Got the new SBC mounted to the cradle!


Happy T Day!
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Installed my new radio from replacementradios.com



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Installed a new pick up coil and GM ignition module into my dizzy, re-crimped some loose wires, re-timed the motor and drove it over to my brother's fiance's mother's place for turkey day. The car seems to be running rather happily now

Ended up over at my dads to make cookies and help him make apple crisp and stuffing while my other brother was making mashed sweet potatoes.

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It is parked in the garage which is under the bonus room where my nephews were sleeping while visiting. That Cherry Bomb Extreme makes a great alarm clock!
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Disassembled the 88 front suspension (yesterday). Broke 2 bolts, had to cut the sway bar end links off, two bolts holding the shocks (one on each side), both upper shock nuts, and two bolts holding the upper arms (one on each side).

Still have 3 of 4 lower arm bolts to remove and at least one isn't cooperating, and the rotors appear to be welded to the hubs.

- It was fun turning a wrench again.

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clutchnet clutch came in... almost a month after ordering. geeze.

boxes from ZZP, TFS and Rodney Dickman have been flowing in this past month. now i need to start mock fitting everything before getting stuff powder coated.
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Finally put the cover on it until after christmas when I will be putting all the presents on her. Will have more time in the dead of winter.
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Originally posted by katatak:

Got the new SBC mounted to the cradle!


Happy T Day!


do you have any dimensions or specs on that cradle dolly?
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Today was day two of A looooong project. Started with the rear of the car, removed taillights and began disconnection of the engine so maybe by Christmas I will have at least a halfway decent 87gt. Planning on panel off resto. Man, its amazing that I bought a fiero to use as a rebody, but it had enough heart to keep me from ripping her apart they are too nice of a car as they are

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americasfuture2k ---- here you are one craddle stand schematics just unzip, print buy the parts and do some assembly ...
http://www.blackwidowfiero....ges/cradle_dolly.zip

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My engine went from this:



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I actually did the swap yesterday. But by the time I finished, it was too dark to take photos.
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Rebuilt my 5 speed shifter, Cant try it out though too much snow!
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Yesterday I wrapped mine up and put it away for the winter. See ya next season Fiero. Kevin

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