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What Did You Do To Your Fiero...TODAY ? by cliffw
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I replaced the starter today, oil change comes tomorrow. I figured out my exhaust leak is coming from a bad donut gasket and that will be fixed in a few days as well.
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Finally put the Baer 13/14" rotors are on.











Taylor wires came in today.

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Oil change! A nice helping of Castrol EDGE, new filter, and a shot of liquid moly high pressure lube. Gotta keep that cam in shape!
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Drove my ride to VEGAS!!!!!!

3-1/2 hour non stop plus gas. Ran perFEcT!!!!

thanks Fiero.
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Got it smogged on Thursday. (Just one more year to go before I'm exempt.)

Brian (bristowb) has got a testing facility near Dallas/Hiram GA. Give him some business if you're close by.
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Finally got around to replacing the broken front lid release cable in my GT.

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Replaced broken skeleton, replaced burnt out bulbs.
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I started to reassemble the new black interior



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Those seats are sweet! Good looking interior.

 
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Getting ready to get painted next week ....Yea Soon to be Yellow



New Tail fin

All moldings removed


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Looked at her and said wait your turn....this week Shaniqua Nicole....

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i decided to drive mine this mourning and i walked outside and apparently the rain from last night froze on it so first my doors were frozen shut so after i gave up on trying to unlock the drivers side door i got the passenger side unlocked and then climbed over into the drivers seat and got that door unlocked and open. after that i didn't think my windshield wipers would be frozen to the windshield so i turned on my windshield washer and my wipers didn't move so i stopped right away but the drivers side wiper got itself unstuck but the passenger side stayed put. so i freed up the passenger side wiper and found out that it stripped. so i took it off and was going to put it in the back trunk when my deck lid release switch broke again. so i took my keys out and opened the deck lid and put it in the back and then i finally left. what a great mourning that was. a few hours ago though i was driving through town and i was at a red light and some little kids were looking at it and one of them said WOW that thing is sweet! and then the other one said i know! ive never seen a ferrari before! i got a good laugh at that.
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Started her up for the first time in 3 months. She started right up and I smiled ---just have to wait for the snow and salt to go before taking her out.
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wash, dry, tire shine...no wax until spring is officially upon us!
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Installed some Orange 10mm LED's in my Gauge Cluster. Slightly brighter. Looks good though. And I put together a coil pack with some MSD Coils for my 3800SC Swap.
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Well .... Not all done TODAY .... but I did it in the past five days

[YOUTUBE}http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSfawU8O5io[/YOUTUBE]
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I presented to the V6 the one that will replace it




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I installed a new battery cable and turned the key. The 3800 came to life today!

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ok what i did today because my trans only shifts into 1st and reverse was: adjust the tv cable, check the vacuum, changed the trans filter and fluid. STILL NOTHING!!! the fiero fire thing will be true here soon if i get mad enough hahaha
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it was a nice day today so i started by giving it a wash then i took it on a cruise and got some food then on my way back home i was doing about 90 and my hood popped itself up. luckily the hood opens from the back not the front or i would've been out a hood and a windshield. i took it on another cruise not to long after that to the middle of nowhere and managed to find my way back without needing to turn on my gps.
also took this picture when i stopped for food on the first cruise.

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well this mourning i left for school and my alternator belt was squealing like crazy so i did my usual push in the clutch till the rpms drop to idle and then let off the clutch to get it to stop squealing but after that didn't work about 3 times i heard a snap and then no more squealing and looked over to see my battery guage drop and the volt light come on. i then looked at my gauge cluster and saw the temperature gauge skyrocketing towards the red zone so i shut it off and luckily i was close to a parking lot and i coasted into it and then got out and looked under the car to find this

after school i got a ride to autozone and went back to the parking lot i left it in and replaced the belt. i still need to adjust it though because its a little to loose.
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That looks great.
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Wire day: cutting the excess.



Nearly 2 feet removed for one ignition wire. I found a way to snake the Taylor wires in and around thus eliminating several inches. On number #015 I'll use the same sizes.



Nicely tucked underneath the Caddy plenum.



Chris West demonstrated how-to crimp the first two ignition wires as I did the rest.



I love my big and round tips.


On Wednesday we're moving onto the emergency brakes.
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I did this today

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Sadly, I sold the Formula that was in my driveway. Happily, it was to a local man and forum member!!! It gives him a great starting point to make a fantastic car!



Good luck with her Shaun!!!
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Changing the oil... how mundane, huh?
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Took it for the first ride of 2011 :-)
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Put a little plastic gas cap connector on. I don't like driving off with it on the decklid......
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Some test fitting




Keep in mind that the shape for the end plates has not been cut yet. They won't be rectangles. Also, there is packing tape over the end plates to protect them from getting scratched.

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Alot of progress today. Getting ready for inspection and fixed both rear marker lights, changed my rims over, plus fixed the horn.
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I made a thread asking for some help!

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum1/HTML/084885.html
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New pipes. Some adjustment is in order for the right tips, but they look way better than before.


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I pulled mine up on the ramps this week. Getting ready to do a 5 speed swap.




And yes... my garage really looks like a disaster area.
If I clean it up I'll never be able to find anything.

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put in new kenwood 4x10 front speakers, the originals were dead.

now the sweet sounds of melodies.
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My father came home from work yesterday and said, "You owe me $20."
This is why:



He works at a mechanic shop and a customer was getting new tires and my father asked if he could buy them off of the guy. They agreed to $20 for both.
I needed these because my old tires were junk (Talon Triangles) They threw me all over the road. These new ones (Sumitomo HTR 45Z) work a lot better than the old ones.
I will be making a video showing how much I have "enjoyed" my Talon Triangles.

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I bought her a new to me passenger side drip rail to replace the smashed one.

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Getting closer every day!

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continued with dis-assembly in prep for paint in a few weeks...i hope:-)
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took my 84 to the paint shop and my 85 got another iron duke in her.
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