I won't know till September where our next assignment will be, but we are hoping for Scott AFB, IL.
That would be great if its Scott. We have a group of guys in the St Louis area including Johnnyrottin who knows Scott AFB and Fieros veary well. Any of us wouldn't mind helping you and the Fiero get back on the road. Good luck
Pulled (Drove) the Fiero out of the Garage today gave it a good pressure wash. Inserted the new radiator and overflow reservoir. (Not installed yet still need my box of goodies).
It appears that the driver’s side of the impact or cross beam is a little too high. So I’ll have to fix that. It’s keeping the nose pushed up. Should be an easy fix.
List of things that still need done. 1. Install and align head lights 2. Install upper and lower Radiator mounts 3. Repair 5 wires in the front harness (lights/horn) 4. Do something with the hood. (Ideas welcome). 5. Tighten fenders 6. Install driver side kick panel. 7. Screw in front battery box 8. Install nose 9. Get new Battery (Dead won't hold a charge) 10. Replace front radiator cap lips are bent (leaking) 11. Repair RF fender missing a small clunk.
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If you come to Scott AFB, look us up. We have a small group of fiero owners that get together once in a while. One fellow is from Scott. "johnyrottin" is his PFF name. We have a thread under the heading of "St.Louis Fiero Clubs"
Wiring has been repaired but I need to locate a weak ground. The Right Front marker light is only getting 7 volts at the connection. The positive side show up as 12 volt when I use another grounding location, and when I check the negitive side and use the positive side on the battery I get 7 volts. So what could be the problem?
I was just showing that pic to a friend of mine before I read this. I was amazed how well it returned to it pre-tree shape. It really sucks to see such a thing happen to such a great looking car, but I respect you for not letting it keep you down, and returning the car to it's previous state. Can' t wait to see it when you finish!
Originally posted by Darth Z: returning the car to it's previous state. Can' t wait to see it when you finish!
Right not I'm shooting for 1 piece and drivable. I'm a mechanic at best not a sculptor, but I hope to get it looking great next year. So don't get to disappointed if its not show worthy until sometime next year.
Reconnected the SS IC..bypassed the front heat exchanger for now and purged the lines with fresh coolant . Thinking about ordering a new heat exchanger. Rubber weather/mud guard material came in the other day. Going to cut that in to "a" shape and install around the radiator tomorrow. Photo from the good side.
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