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87 Coupe project by 30+mpg
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Report this Post07-27-2006 08:09 PM Click Here to See the Profile for 30+mpgClick Here to Email 30+mpgSend a Private Message to 30+mpgEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Finally had a sub 90's temp day.

Rear brake sliders on the left side were stuck in the caliper & the ones on the right were very stiff. After driving the sliders out w/ a hammer and a punch, I used synthetic brake grease on the O-rings the tubes slide in. Put the sliders in, pulled them out and greased things a second time. Calipers slide freely now.

This ought to increase the city gas mileage slightly, probably not do much for the highway mileage.

From the wear on the right rear tire, I need to do the string alignment check.
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Report this Post07-29-2006 02:48 PM Click Here to See the Profile for 30+mpgClick Here to Email 30+mpgSend a Private Message to 30+mpgEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Checked rear camber:
Left - 2.0 degress Right + 0.3

Potholes, who needs 'em!

Adjusted camber to -3/4 degree both sides. Torqued strut bolts & nuts to 150 ft-lbs.

It's 101 F outside, too hot to spend time setting up strings. Some other day.

Meanwhile, on the postive side, w/ global warming we might not experience freezing winters which produce frost heaves and pot holes. Someday we might be able to have roads as smooth as SoCal. But, there's still the good old "Let's dig a trench in that newly paved street" water company.

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Report this Post08-01-2006 10:52 PM Click Here to See the Profile for 30+mpgClick Here to Email 30+mpgSend a Private Message to 30+mpgEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Used parallel strings to
Set rear toe:
R .038"
L. .035"

Set front toe:
R .045"
L .043
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Here's some string photos




Finally got my camera back from my son after he used it (and broke the battery cover ) at KU.
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260 miles from Parsons, Ks to Russellville, Ar in 4 hours.

Average speed 65 mph.

Only 31.16 mpg Bummer

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Report this Post11-03-2006 07:25 PM Click Here to See the Profile for 30+mpgClick Here to Email 30+mpgSend a Private Message to 30+mpgEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
In the above post, my wife had filled the tank before the trip. I filled it after the trip. I probably filled the tank a little fuller than she did. If that is the case, I may have achieved 32+mpg.



A little better.
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Report this Post11-14-2006 07:58 PM Click Here to See the Profile for 30+mpgClick Here to Email 30+mpgSend a Private Message to 30+mpgEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Took the car from Russellville, Ar to Parsons, Ks and back last weekend. A 520 mile round trip. A lot of fun on I-540 flying thru the mountains of NW Ar. Other than some problems w/ the CD player, the car was flawless.

Not too shabby for a car w/ a total cash investment of somewhere around $2,000. Plus my labor.

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I really admire your efforts, looks like you can really enjoy your work. Nice going!
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Report this Post11-22-2006 03:23 PM Click Here to See the Profile for 30+mpgClick Here to Email 30+mpgSend a Private Message to 30+mpgEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
ROAD TRIP!

Heading to Kansas for Thanksgiving weekend.
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Report this Post11-22-2006 09:37 PM Click Here to See the Profile for 30+mpgClick Here to Email 30+mpgSend a Private Message to 30+mpgEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Made it to Kansas OK. Didn't race too many cars in the mountains. Held the speed around 65-72mph.

266.6 miles / 7.962 gallons = 33.48mpg
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Report this Post11-22-2006 09:59 PM Click Here to See the Profile for 30+mpgClick Here to Email 30+mpgSend a Private Message to 30+mpgEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Didn't pay too much attention to the tach when passing 60 mph vehicles on two lane blacktop. Pull out into the oncoming lane and punch it. Lockup disengages and the transmission drops into 3rd gear. About the time I've just passed the nose of the car I'm passing, tranny shifts into 4th at a little over 80 mph. Needless to say, acceleration drops off and I pull back into the right lane in front of the car at about 90.

Need to see what the RPM is at 80 in 3rd. Be good to stay in 3rd a half a sec longer.
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Report this Post12-12-2006 09:02 PM Click Here to See the Profile for 30+mpgClick Here to Email 30+mpgSend a Private Message to 30+mpgEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Need to get a new wiper blade for the driver's side. I really like the exhaust moan when accelerating. Fires right up in the mornings even when the temp is 15 degrees.
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Report this Post12-12-2006 09:12 PM Click Here to See the Profile for 30+mpgClick Here to Email 30+mpgSend a Private Message to 30+mpgEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Just want to do a "side by side" engine comparision.

Before:

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I do like how clean you've made that car.
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Car made a trip to Topeka. Just before Topeka, it gave a Code 63, EGR solenoid problem. On the way back, the code went away. The engine fixed itself.

How often does that happen in a Fiero?

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Fixed an idle miss by snapping on a loose injector electrical connection at an injector.
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WOW you did such an amazing job on this car! That is so cool!
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Installed new wiper blades.
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Changed oil. Also decided to replace the pan gasket. The gasket I had made from the blue silicon RTV leaked. New Fel-Pro is solid blue rubber, no cork. Comes with 4 "quills" that thread in the corner bolt holes. Slide the gasket onto the quills & it holds it in place. Next align the pan, bolt it up, unscrew the quills and install the last 4 bolts. Slick!! Hopefully the leak is gone.
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Tach-Gone-Wild!

Need to do some searching for how to fix the problem.
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The brown wire from the alternator that connects to B3 on C500 had come unsoldered.


Some flux & fresh solder properly applied solved the problem.

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What exactly was the tach doing?
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What exactly was the tach doing?


The needle was bouncing and pegging at the high end during normal revs.

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Hmm my dad's 88 is doing about the same thing i believe. May have to check this out. Thanks
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CD player no longer works. However the unit has connection in the back to drive a Delco CD changer.

Is there an adapter that instead of connecting a bulky CD changer, it would allow me to connect a 1 or 2 GB USB jump drive?
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I've been following your progress from teh beginning and was simply amazed at the detail that you placed in the engine bay. Your progress encouraged me to get off my behind and do something with my wire/vacuum line/fuel hose mess.

The before:



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Good work, too bad you couldn't retain the torsion rods for the rear deck lid.
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Yeah, there is a part of me that really miss having the torsion rod. When I use the remote trunk release, the lid does not pop up without the torsion rod. The aftermarket struts work great for holding the decklid open, but does nothing to "help" lift the decklid.
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CD player no longer works. However the unit has connection in the back to drive a Delco CD changer.

Is there an adapter that instead of connecting a bulky CD changer, it would allow me to connect a 1 or 2 GB USB jump drive?


So I bought this item
http://cgi.ebay.com/VR3-MP3...QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

FM stereo transmitter that plugs into the cig. socket & allows a USB plug in jump drive. I'll let you know good it works when I get it.
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Got the transmitter. It will only play the songs in the order they are loaded onto the USB drive. No folders allowed. So if you have 6 CD's w/ 15 tracks each and you want to hear song six on CD 6, one has to push the forward button 81 times.

Doing some CD to MP3 conversion.
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Works great! Can even access songs from the end of the file. Ex. Song #81 is only 9 clicks back from the end of a 90 song queue. Now for an aux. port in a less conspicuious location.

It does generate some heat.

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Wow, great thread with some great info. A fun read too with over 2 years of history. Thanks for keeping it up to date.

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Right head light won't come up with the hood down.

It will with the hood open. Time to disassemble the right motor.
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Bushings were crumbly yellowed plastic. Fortunately, I had half of a Rodney's headlight motor rebuild kit on hand. Somewhere back earlier in this project I had rebuilt the left motor. The right one wasn't broken then, so I didn't fix it. Anyhow, both headlight motors now are working normally again!
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Finally got the bent fittings, tubing, wiring, relays and compressor clutch to all work together. I now have a frosty A/C system using R-290!

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30+mpg, thanks for the post on the tachometer! Mine is doing the same thing and by procrastinating on the repair, you may have saved me a bunch of time and trouble.
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One of the things I had to do to get the A/C working was to ground the clutch wire for the compressor. The Buick to Fiero wiring harness splice wasn't complete. Whoever did the wiring could of done a better job.
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Nonstart situation w/ vac. hose coming loose from intake manifold.
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Starter runs & doesn't turn the engine over. Either a bad drive gear or flywheel teeth gone. I hope it's the drive gear as I replaced it in April 05 and still have the receipt (I think).
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Removed the flywheel splash shield, teeth in great shape. To pull the starter, I'll have to disconnect the a/c hoses to the compressor. Good thing I'm using environmentally friendly and inexpensive ($13 for a 17lb bottle refill) R-290 as a refrigerant.

Found the receipt for the starter drive dated 4-17-05 right under one dated 4-23-05 showing that I returned the drive for a refund. Hmmmm... maybe I didn't replace the drive. I thought I did. Oh well, I'll replace it this time if that's the prob.
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