Thinking of buying another Fiero by 323 valdovinos
WTF is wrong with you, didn't you bleed enough with the last one?
Sorry couldn't help myself, I know of all the vehicles I have worked on over the last 40 years or more that the Fiero is one of the worst to try and work on, for the most part because of space problems. But don't let me stop you, buy another one, cut some more knuckles, bleed some more, swear and piss and moan that you never should have bough the dam thing.
Sorry just couldn't help myself, I now have 2 an 84 stock parts car and an 86 SE we drive daily that really hasn't been that much trouble except for just after I bought it when we had to do all the superstructure work because it had hit something really hard. Other than that it has only
an alternator, battery, trans cooling and brake lines, Tires, belts, water pump, calipers frt and rr, assorted rubber brake hoses, rotor, ignition module, coil, pickup coil, and probably more that I have forgotten. I don't think there was more than once or twice that I worked on a Fiero that I didn't cut myself. But maybe that's just me.
Good luck and I hope you find what you are looking for and don't get to cut up fixing it. By cut up I also mean the cuts your get in your wallet when doing anything to these wonderful little old cars that I personally plan on keeping running for as long as my failing health and wallet will allow me to.
Ayup, I am just as nuts as the rest of us on here.
Technology is great when it works,
and one big pain in the ass when it doesn't
Detroit iron rules all the rest are just toys.
[This message has been edited by 84fiero123 (edited 07-18-2015).]