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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
Started on: 08-27-2007 12:27 PM
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Fixed the passenger side headlight motor cause it was slower and more jumpy then the drivers side... now the drivers side is jumpy.

Tomorrow i'll do the drivers side and fix my shifter. another $4.00 at home depot.
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Took out the driver side rear fender-liner out, cleaned all the parts I could reach, scrubbed the inside and outside of the fender-liner, installed a new "mud guard" thingy with all new plastic snaps and put it all back together. I LOVE the simple, easy improvements/repairs. Now back to the hot-rod for "mad-dash to finish by Daytona!"
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Currently working on Jimmy's Cowl Inducted Low Profile Hood Scoop!
http://www.fierofiberglass....ages/HoodScoops.html
I've got it molded to my hood and waiting for some warmer weather to start painting.

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Originally posted by katatak:

Went on a 140 mile road trip in the XTC with some fellow Fiero nuts!


Hid a bunch of last minute stocking stuffers in the V8 Coupe!

Merry Christmas!


I wished I lived closer because I would love to do a long trip like that just for the hell of it. That's my kind of field trip. When I get my ride redone my plans is to do a long trip and visit some of my favorite PFF members I would love to meet. You're on my bucket list.

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Today...drove it for the first time in over a week. Gased it up - Does this silly thing really only hold 35 liters? Checked for leaves and debris behind the blower motor. And...got some more done on my "low profile" headlights. Lower anyway. Yup.

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bought a new short shifter to put in my 86 duke!
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Well the drivers door handle came off again so today I went and bought new nuts and redid the handle on the drivers side. Should hold. Time will tell. I also took the Formula that I found out for a spin. Checked the air in all the tires and painted teh grills with high temp BBQ paint. Seems to run fine but shifts abruptly into reverse...I think it is the transmission mount that is briken. Will need all new mounts.
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it was really nice out today so i took it out for a pretty long cruise. i actually saw another fiero out when i was going down the highway. it was a black GT but i only saw the back of it after my friend pointed it out. i think i got the most attention ive ever gotten in it today. everywhere i went people were staring at it and a few people on the side of the road said nice car.
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I went to a cruise in and saw this: an Extra Terrestrial Vehicle.








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tore my 3800sc wiring harness apart
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sprayed all of the engine bay in Rustoleum Ultra High Heat Semi-Gloss Black



had the 282 torn down for a reconditioning, got the casing back to get powder coated


all is gonna be coated in this matte black as show here on the coaters sample coat job on these springs. left is high gloss black, right is matte black
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Got a few things done on the formula and also took the 84 out for a small ride around my neighborhood. it has a serious miss so i need to fix that. i took the formula out civic raping. As for the IMSA. It chilled all day aside from getting new seats. and the 87 is getting preped for its long trip out to California for its new owner I'm going to miss it a lot.
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Started her up today after a long sleep under the covers in the garage. Had to put the charger on it cuz the battery was pretty low. Next winter I'll make sure to put a battery tender on her! On a bright note she did fire right up first try after the battery got a little juice. Did a little more sanding on my vented hood. Wow my bodywork skills suck LOL!!!!
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Took her out today to get lunch, since it's 72F here. Miss driving the Fiero. Didn't even turn the radio on.
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its 66 out right now so i went for another cruise. it felt nice enough i couldve taken my sunroof out.
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Nothing today (it's in the garage drying out the drivers seat) but yesterday, in the massive rain storm we experienced, I discovered that the sunroof does leak. I've had the car for about a year-and-a-half and this is the first time it has leaked. It's also the first time it has sat outside (at work) in a bad rain storm.

I have driven it in rain without leaking, however, yesterday was a heavy storm with high winds and it sat there. When moving much of the water flows and blows away.

I know my Audi with a sunroof has drain channels that need to be cleaned out or it will do the same thing. Does anyone know if the Fiero has the same situation? Or, is it all a matter of the seals being bad? I know much of the water came from above and not the side window because the headliner is also soaked.

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Originally posted by Jim_Martin29:

Nothing today (it's in the garage drying out the drivers seat) but yesterday, in the massive rain storm we experienced, I discovered that the sunroof does leak. I've had the car for about a year-and-a-half and this is the first time it has leaked. It's also the first time it has sat outside (at work) in a bad rain storm.

I have driven it in rain without leaking, however, yesterday was a heavy storm with high winds and it sat there. When moving much of the water flows and blows away.

I know my Audi with a sunroof has drain channels that need to be cleaned out or it will do the same thing. Does anyone know if the Fiero has the same situation? Or, is it all a matter of the seals being bad? I know much of the water came from above and not the side window because the headliner is also soaked.


when i bought mine the sunroof leaked. when i figured out how to remove the sunroof i took it off and just cleaned the rubber seal and it hasn't leaked since.
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Swapped wheels and started on a rear bumper swap. 5 year old helped.





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Installed a new steering rack and tie rod ends. That really tightened up the "loose" steering feel that the car developed over the past two years.

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Finished: the install of Fiero Thomas headliner material. I had to buy another headliner backing from Fierostore.com. My original had the old headliner stuck to it. No matter how I tried it just kept tearing it. I got the basic fiberglass. Not only the "hole" situation then I had a problem with the t-top opening. Had to fabricate pieces so it would work with the t-top. Got that out of the way followed Thonas's instruction to the T. I only screwed up one part cut the t-top area. I had to put a patch behind the "opps". Turned out nice! Will post pictures when theres light outside!
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Fixed my headlight motor issue on my 1985 Fiero GT with the help of two members and advice I got here. Turned out to be a faulty headlight relay. We fixed it then checked the old ones laying around so we dont chase this again. Work like I dreamed they would. Thanks Wayne and Pete

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I spent some time with my "New" Fiero GT. I mostly started taking apart the interior to clean it up, now I am cleaning the gauge bezels and installing Fiero Thomas's Auto Shifter Boot. I already got the E-Brake Boot in. A build thread will be coming when I come back from deployment. Here is a glance at what is in store.





UGH! LOL!




What I did today (Removal of Gauge Bezels) Someone Gripped that Steering Wheel Hard! LOL!


What do we see here? LOL!

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Well, this weekend I mounted my new wheels and tires finally. Then had to take them back off to replace my sway bar links and bushings. So I got to mount them again.

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Originally posted by Daredevil05:


I wished I lived closer because I would love to do a long trip like that just for the hell of it. That's my kind of field trip. When I get my ride redone my plans is to do a long trip and visit some of my favorite PFF members I would love to meet. You're on my bucket list.



Come on! We'll take you on a great run!

Spent a few hours in the mega pull today. I needed a e brake cable clip and some chassis clips. Got what I needed then wandered around looking for 3800 Swap parts. As I was walking down one of the isles, I looked down and laying on top of the sand was a perfect E Brake adjuster! Are these used on other GM vehicles? I just can't believe that a "Fiero" ebrake adjuster would be laying out in the middle of nowhere like that (even though it is a junk yard)! It's alomst like those stories you hear about the gold rush - where you could walk along the creek and pick up gold nuggets!
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Swept most of the snow off of it...... Brrrrr
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Tried to get the hydraulic nut off of the slave cylinder to replace it with RD's aluminum slave. Guess what refused to come off...

Not a Fiero, but attempted to remove a retaining nut from the passenger rear track bar of my '97 GTP... guess what refused to come off...
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Installed a sub in behind my seat, and the 1500watts sounds amazing. My fiero may not run, but it has one amazing sound system.

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Today was an eventful day in Fieroland. Today I washed her, took the t-tops out, and took a ride to Lowes and got some flourescent paint. I then dissassembled my bezel and painted my ashtray doors (breaking a few in the process but getting it after that). While I was in there I took the slide selector out for the automatic and scotchbrighted the faded orange tab smooth. It had a P and D superimposed and burned/faded into it. BBQ grill paint makes a nice ashtray door paint and that florescent orange made the tab stand out much better. Reassemble and install....sorted! then I disassembled my drivers door (again) and put a new self tapping nut on the handle. I had two old ones come off so I just bought new ones.
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It took me a week of after work and cleaning the never-ending snow to install passengers side front wheel bearings and rear bearing hub assembly. Also cleaned and wire brushed all components and painted the underside.
Next have to move the car over in the garage so in can do the same on the drivers side.
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i realized the vac lines that came with the car are a JOKE, so i'm now leaving to buy new tubing to make my own.
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I brought her home! Took the seats out. Removed the 30lbs of BLACK duct tape that held the sunroof in. Cleaned her out. Installed head unit. Adjusted the windshield wipers. Disconnected the headlight motors, so they aren't all terets. Installed gauges from an 86 GT. FOUND SPEAKERS IN THE HEAD RESTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I brought her home! Took the seats out. Removed the 30lbs of BLACK duct tape that held the sunroof in. Cleaned her out. Installed head unit. Adjusted the windshield wipers. Disconnected the headlight motors, so they aren't all terets. Installed gauges from an 86 GT. FOUND SPEAKERS IN THE HEAD RESTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!



good to see you got right into it. Now the real question. did you drive it home or tow it home? Every Fiero i have ever owned and i mean every Fiero (about 7) have had to be towed back to my house. thought my formula was going to be different.... nope shifter cable popped.

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Started getting my sh!t together for the getrag swap.
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Realized that my exhaust crossover and my shift cable bracket will probably want to occupy the same space. <sigh>
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Yesterday i pulled my formula into the garage so i dont get snow melting in though the mustang scoop....... dont want snow on the snail.
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Removed the IMSA's driver's seat to get at removing the interior B pillar plastic so I could re-attach the speaker cover and see If I could adjust the seat belt retractor mehanism. Then tried reinstalling all. The retractor mechanism works fine when the B pillar plastic is out, but "sticky" when in place ??. It looks like the upper seat belt bolt may be a bit stripped as it doesn't screw in quite right, I'll scout around for another bolt.
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got my getrag casing pieces back from being powdercoated and took them to the trans shop so it can be reassembled.


also got a new VSS and painted it to match
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