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88 Coupe gets a 3.4 by josef644
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When I was looking to see if it would hold a vacuum, it would only pull down to around -22 inches. When I turned off the pump and shut down its line, the 20 inches would only last for 5-6 minuets.

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I changed the oil and filter this morning. After that I removed the AC hoses where they connect to the long lines behind the driver's seat area. I installed two new 'O' ring seals there. The two I removed looked just fine to me. I don't think this was the leak. I replaces the hoses with new 'O' rings. I need to install the heat shield back onto the car and put the car back on the ground tomorrow morning.

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Got a lot of little things done this morning. Windshield wiper arms back on the car, Heat shields replaced. Painted ten of the black plastic lug nut covers silver for the two front wheels. All wheels back on the ground. Brake line retainer strap put back on the car. I had removed it to get the steering rack out for rebuild. Poured the old engine oil unto the jug the new oil came in.

Alignment shop tomorrow AM.

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Making progress!! Can't wait to see it in person.

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I got in the car this morning and was headed to the alignment shop. The car was squirrely as heck. I stopped, parked and locked it up. I called a friend of mine who is a good as gold type of mechanic. He explained to me the toe in was giving me fits. One wheel would be going straight, and the other pointed in towards the center line of the car. After work today I drove it the last 3 miles to the front end shop. Once there the tech said the same thing. The drivers side tire was doing some singing at times. When I went over a wet spot in the road, all was quiet again. The car will be aligned tomorrow while I am at work.

My fingers are crossed.

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Just read through this thread while passing time at work today. Good stuff in here! :

 
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My fingers are crossed.


And hopefully your wheels won't be anymore!

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Just read through this thread while passing time at work today. Good stuff in here! :


And hopefully your wheels won't be anymore!


Ya got that right!!!!

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I was able to get the Coupe out of the alignment shop yesterday after work. It handled pretty nice. It was raining, and I only drove it about 4 miles to my house. I will take it for a nice ride after all of this rain stops. I am hoping to take it to Houston this weekend for the Fiero meet , if it is still being held.

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I was able to spend some time in the garage working on my windshield wipers. The switch is bad. I am able to get it to work jumping across the wiring. The lever will only make it work if it is held against 'HI' until you release it. It then finishes the cycle it was in and stops. These new switch are expensive!!! Like $80.00 expensive. I am gonna install me a temporary switch for the wipers and washer pump motor tomorrow. I'll look for a two position rocker switch, and a push button for the washer part.

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Joe, I may be able to get you one of those but not sure. I will let you know.

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Joe, I may be able to get you one of those but not sure. I will let you know.


I have a tilt wheel and pulse wipers. I am thinking that the non tilt wheel is differrent. They are listed as tilt, and non tilt on the data bases of the parts houses.

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Well I will bring what I have and if you can use it it's yours. It won't take up that much room on the ride.

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Bob Hughes is gonna be there tomorrow. I got an E mail from him while I was at work today. He has a nice hood that is only about a 30 min drive from my house here. My hood is trashed.

You need anything? Parts etc?

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Not that I can think of at the moment. Maybe an 84 wiring harness. Mind it pretty crispy.

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Went to Dickey's Bar B Que in Houston at around 11:30 am. Ben and Becca, Robert Hughes, Cathy, and I were there for about hour and half. Real nice food there today.

Scored me a hood support mechanism, and a windshield wiper switch from Ben.

Back on the car tomorrow am.

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I made me a temporary windshield wiper/washer switch today out of a blank plate where the electric trunk release goes. My windshield wiper switch is dead. I used an old wiper switch wiring connector so it just plugs in to the chassis part of the wiring. No permanent damage to my wiring. I have three switches. Lo, Hi and Washer Pump.

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That's one way to adapt and overcome lol. Did that pump end up working? I believe it was working but the tank was cracked so I replaced it and didn't need the pump.

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That's one way to adapt and overcome lol. Did that pump end up working? I believe it was working but the tank was cracked so I replaced it and didn't need the pump.


The pump was deceased. The switch you gave me does not have washer wires. But it worked good as a wiper. I am not wanting to tear into the top of a tilt steering column.

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Well I tried, at least you put them to good use. Maybe you can take that pump apart and see if you can figure out how those springs go?

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I put The Fiero Store's front windshield moulding on the car a few days ago and forgot to post a pic. It was a perfect fit. I used 3M trim adhesive to attach it in the windshield channel.

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Looks good Joe. Are you painting it black??

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Looks good Joe. Are you painting it black??


Black front half of the roof, the rest is white.

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That looks really good Joe.
I like White notchies.

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Looks good, kind of ties the black sail panel in a little more.

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I saw one painted with the black front top when I was first infected by the dreaded 'Fiero-Car-vo' virus back in 2009. White 87-88 coupes are my favorites.

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Put in some dye and charge the A/C system.
Use the UV light to find the leak.
If you are concerned about the cost of the charge, I like to keep it low & cool w/ R290.

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I got the two fascias finished, and ready to go back on the car this weekend.
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Pontiac Arrow Head Emblem instead of the Fiero crest

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Looking good! Want to paint my Indy next?

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Looking good! Want to paint my Indy next?


I forgot to add that I hate painting

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Congrats on the move to TCZ!! Paint is looking really good.

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When I posted the pictures yesterday I was in General Fiero Chat. I got moved sometime today I guess.

Paul Mckibben, (Fiero Sails), sent me a new 'C' for my 'PONTIAC' windshield decal. It was in today's mail. I put it on the glass this afternoon.


I ordered an in line filter for my AC system. This was all I was waiting on the start getting the AC up and running. I will have two grandchildren here all of next week so not much of anything will be completed. I will get the UV dye into the system after the kids are back home.

I added 4 of these onto my center caps. $10.00 off of E Bay.

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I went out in the garage after work today and put the rear fascia back on the car. Looks great. I also added a new PONTIAC thingy to the rear of the fascia once I had it all fastened down to the body.

I removed the windshield washer pump from my S-15 GMC with it's wiring connector, and added it to my washer tank. Soldered and used heat shrink on the wires before covering it with black Duct Tape. I will find some wire wrap in the garage tomorrow to cover it all up nice and pretty.
Water now squirts over the roof of the car on the drivers side. I have an unused squirter I robbed off of a junk Fiero that I will try it out tomorrow.

My inline AC filter is on the way here. I got the tracking numbers today. I can install my wiper arms back on the car tomorrow.

I'll add a picture of the rear end of the car after I get the tail light back in tomorrow.

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Rear end today.

I need to get teh hood off of the car and add the new Champion radiator i got a few weeks ago.

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My inline filter arrived for my AC system. I am hoping to be able to get this on the car this weekend. The radiator also.

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Less talking more working Joe!! Car is looking good, can't wait to see it in person.

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I added 4 of these onto my center caps. $10.00 off of E Bay.




Do they have more? I need two, to cover the hole in sale panel I need to make one day. Car looks nice.

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Do they have more? I need two, to cover the hole in sale panel I need to make one day. Car looks nice.


Here is a link to the seller. He makes them any size you want , and any color background you want.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/4-P...&hash=item3f1a0e39ab

Paul Mckibben added my picture of his decal to his website. The picture is on a different page so it is a huge image:

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Here is the old orifice tube out of my 88. This is 'Black Death'. I have ordered a new condenser. I will have to remove the evaporator and flush it out before I contaminate the new compressor I installed.

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Got the hood off of my car this morning. So hot outside. Now I can take out the 23 year old radiator, front fascia and the old condenser.

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I got my tracking numbers for my condenser today. I'll have it here Monday.

Still trying to locate a nice hood.

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