"Upgrades" of most listed will fail too.
Rear brakes has problem and first thing to fix because cost can make you choice to fix others.
start @ http://www.fiero.nl/forum/F.../HTML/143946.html#p4
Replace wheel bearings and See my Cave, Front Bearings
Need 2 inner, 2 outer, and 2 seals to do both sides.
But now is time to get new hubrotors and pads if they are iffy too. Don't put new bearing in iffy rotors.Get Wheel Bearing Grease for Disk Brakes!
This grease handle the heat from brakes and won't run like many others.
Note Fiero and many others front wheel bearing are made to have a little play but many over tighten or leave too loose. You might only need proper adjustment but nube often have no clue what to look for before trying. Meaning bearing(s) can have real problems but can't see easy often even w/ old grease cleaned off them. So adjustment may seem to work but bad bearing will fry and leave you stranded at best.
Outer tie rod end is easy... inner not so much...
Can replace either/both but Carefully measure length first from the rack you can mark or otherwise find the point again to ball stud center. So alignment is close to drive to alignment shop.
If right side... measure from stud on moving end for stabilizer to outer end stud.
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