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87 Coupe project by 30+mpg
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Courtesy of the Foundry in Plant 8 of formerly Delco Remy in Anderson, Ind.


A reman. starter from Advanced Auto was $54. Installed it myself.

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Starts were getting rougher. Removed the Ignition Control Module and had it tested at Advanced Auto Parts. It failed the test. A Motorola replacement was just over $100 w/ tax.

Installed it, started the engine. Good start. Started the engine several hours later, good start. I think the problem is solved.
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Battery was down enough that it failed to start on a cold morning last week. Put the charger on overnight to bring the battery up. Checked the battery & alternator at O'Riellys, both OK.

Guess we need to take some longer trips w/ this car once and a while.
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Purchased a dash trim kit online today. English Burlwood should look good against a grey interior. I'll post pics once it is installed.

Meanwhile, looking forward to a road trip on Friday.

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While installing a SliverStar headlight on the left side, I noticed that the right headlight had a case of lazy eye. It wouldn't open all the way. Took the motor out, disassembled it, greased the gears & oiled the armature trust bearing & lower pivot and reassembled it. Adjusted shaft lash and reinstalled the assembly. Both sides work great now.

The lights: Left side=white Right side=yellowish by comparison.
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While installing a SliverStar headlight on the left side, I noticed that the right headlight had a case of lazy eye. It wouldn't open all the way. Took the motor out, disassembled it, greased the gears & oiled the armature trust bearing & lower pivot and reassembled it. Adjusted shaft lash and reinstalled the assembly. Both sides work great now.

The lights: Left side=white Right side=yellowish by comparison.


Sounds like your ground is not working very well on the Right Side.
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Mr.Chipps:Sounds like your ground is not working very well on the Right Side.


The right side is still a regular halogen bulb. Maybe I'll buy & install another SilverStar later.
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Got an e-mail from the dash kit guy explaining how they were shut down for the holidays & the kit had to be custom made. But it WAS shipped today! Looking for good results soon. Pictures to follow.
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Originally posted by 30+mpg:The right side is still a regular halogen bulb. Maybe I'll buy & install another SilverStar later.


Silver Star isn't noticably brighter than regular halogen on the open road at night just white vs. yellow. Both throw about the same distance. Don't think I'll buy another.

My Lancia Beta coupe had quad 5.75's. I ran a pair of 100w H3's in the hi beams. Now THAT was some decent light!

I could buy a pair of conversion headlights that would let me use H4 bulbs.

"Brand new pair of Xenon Plasma halogen bulbs. These are H4 12 volt halogen bulbs that put out 140/100W. They are extremely bright. Gives off that bright white look seen on vehicles such as a BMW. New technology allows these bulbs to be filled with Xenon gas, allowing advanced visibility at night and in bad weather situations. The back is a standard three prong setup."

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Some lame before photos of the dash.





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Looks like you've got some warpage to repair. I bought the black projector housing H4 conversion H6054s off ebay from b_squared a few days ago, should get here tomorrow. I will post pics when I get them. I am filling mine with Luminic Pure Blue H4s, but they do come preloaded with faux HID bulbs.
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Mr.PBody:Looks like you've got some warpage to repair. I bought the black projector housing H4 conversion H6054s off ebay from b_squared a few days ago, should get here tomorrow. I will post pics when I get them. I am filling mine with Luminic Pure Blue H4s, but they do come preloaded with faux HID bulbs.


Yeah, that's why the title of this thread has the word "project" in it.

I'm not interested in faux HID or colored lights, I just want lights that can throw the longest beam for the lowest cost.
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Thats cool, my point was I could tell you the quality of the Ebay projectors that convert you to an H4, since its H4 you can put whatever bulb in you want.
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Some slightly better dash photos






Can you say grey overkill?

UPS tracking shows my dash kit scheduled delivery, Tuesday, Jan. 15.

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Check my windshield affixed "gps". It tells me how my car is positioned relative to the globe.
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This arrived via UPS today.



20 pieces total.
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That should give the whole interior a more luxurious look, I am impressed it came with the glove box and everything.
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I got the projectors in
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quality is decent for $33. Fiberglass bucket with a glass lense. Glass is glued on with white caulk though which from some angles looks bad. I haven't been able to install them yet. The projector is a functional fake... it magnifies and should direct more light, but it is suspended on two rods so light will escape out around the sides.
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Installed the dash kit.


















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Mr.PBody:I got the projectors in
http://s149.photobucket.com.../Fiero%20Projectors/
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UGH you owe me dude

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I think you have a great thread! I look forward to seeing more!

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I've had this car for a little more than 3 years now. Most of the problems have been fixed. It runs & sounds great! Doesn't look too bad either.
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Need to recharge the A/C.

On the way back down from a picnic on at Sunset Point on Mt. Nebo (elev. 1,800 ft.)





the right rear brake pad's warning scraper was chirping on the rotor. Maybe it's time for a new set of Grand Am brake pads.

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Changed oil & filter, PF47.
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Dude I may have to have you come up to Cabot to look at mine and help me out. Just picked mine up 87 GT V-6 5 speed. Yours looks great good job on the project
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Checked the brakes, plenty of pad left. Mt. Nebo decent is not a normal situation.

A/C worked but static pressure was on 95 psi. In 10 minutes I had it up to 120 psi.

Had an intermittent Check Engine light on the way to see the Indiana Jones movie this afternoon.

Scanner History codes showed a QDM fault.
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ARFiero:... help me out. Just picked mine up 87 GT V-6 5 speed...
Is it drivable? If so, come on over to Russellville.

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Entered the car in the Valley Fest car show today. Parked with the back to the front of the viewers. Category: 1981 and later cars. 2005 Mustang won that cat.

Local doctor showed his Lamborghini Murcielago, Ford GT, Porsche GT2, Viper & C6 Corvette. Most of the other cars that won were owned by retired guys.

Did make a laminated 8.5 x 11 info sheet that I laid across a couple of wooden supports. The supports had one end on the latch bump and the other under the trunk rubber. Most everyone took the time to read it.

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This car has some of the most difficult modifications when compared to most other cars at a typical show. They are:

1. Stock 2.5L 4 cylinder engine replaced with an Electronically Controlled, SEQUENTIALLY FUEL INJECTED, Buick Park Avenue 3800 V-6!

2. Stock 3 speed automatic transmission replaced with a 4t60 4 speed Overdrive automatic transmission. Transmission has functioning Torque Converter Clutch Lockup.

3. Stock computer replaced with an Electronic Control Module and wiring harness from a Buick Park Avenue.

This allows for 30+mpg when driving on the highway!

Stock rear disc brakes replaced with larger vented disc brakes for better stopping power.

Air/Fuel Gauge integrated into the Instrument Panel.

Stock AM/FM radio replaced with a later model Pontiac AM/FM CD player.

Plus fully functional Air Conditioning for a really cool ride.

Driver's seat reupholstered with OEM cloth.

Pardon the dust on engine. Unlike some other cars when not at a car show, it has another use besides a garage filler & an object d' polish. This this car is used as a DAILY DRIVER!

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Replaced damaged hood release cable. Front hood now closes merely by dropping it. Release is smooth. Effort is low, due in part to my cable lube job prior to installation.
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Voltmeter reads below 13, other times about 17.


Checked the voltage with the Scangauge.


Looks good for now. Need to do a few more checks.
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Runs great, no problems for now.
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Courtesy of the Foundry in Plant 8 of formerly Delco Remy in Anderson, Ind.


A reman. starter from Advanced Auto was $54. Installed it myself.




Often when starter break like this it is a sign of timing being off...

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psychosurfer:Often when starter break like this it is a sign of timing being off...


It was a bad ignition control module which caused the timing to be off. The module has been replaced. Thank you.

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Voltmeter reads below 13, other times about 17.


Checked the voltage with the Scangauge.


Looks good for now. Need to do a few more checks.


Charging system works just fine.

The problem is in the gage, sometimes the needle pivot sticks. I'll fix it when cooler weather arrives.

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The A/C cycles between 22-48 psi several times on the low pressure side, then stays at 25-26 psi. Either a clog in the venturi tube or the compressor is starting to go. But it still blows cold, just not at cool as I'd like. Another cooler weather project.

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I have time today


Removal



Nice to have spares



Works great now.
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While I had the front surround off I decided to try something like this:







22 gauge armature wire.



Not perfect, but better.
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Meanwhile, I found this:



Wife need's to learn how to drive smoother and stop racing those ricers.
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Replaced the pedal assembly.

Here's the problem:


Someone that wears a ring larger than a size 10 could not do the quick method I used. Further disassembly would be required.

Broken plastic.
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