Fiero Power Window Express Down Mod Correction.

Fiero power window express down mod correction.

After several attempts to complete he window express down mod as listed in the newsletter and not being able to get it to work, I decided to find out what was going on. I found that the Ford uses a power window . . . → Read More: Fiero Power Window Express Down Mod Correction.

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Fiero Power Window Express Down Mod

Fiero  power window express down mod

A little information about the module used for this mod:

To the best of my knowledge and experience in the junkyard, these modules were only used in generation 2 Taurus/Sable and Explorer vehicles. They can be found inside the driver door skin, mounted underneath the . . . → Read More: Fiero Power Window Express Down Mod

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1985-1988 Delay wiper board rebuild kit

1985-1988 Delay wiper board rebuild kit

Repairs many common Fiero wiper problems. Erratic or non existent delay action, phantom wipes, 3 wipes per wash cycle irregularities.

Phantom wipes are caused by wear in the switch assembly in the steering column. If the wear is too great this kit may not stop all . . . → Read More: 1985-1988 Delay wiper board rebuild kit

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Chime Mods

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Blue Dingy Thingy

Blue Dingy Thingy

I do not recommend people discard the chime box. Doing this has come back to haunt people. While you may be a careful driver, other people often aren’t. With the exception of the seat belt chime, which I find insulting as well as annoying, I recommend all other functions . . . → Read More: Blue Dingy Thingy

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11.25″ Brake Upgrade How To

11.25″ Brake Upgrade How To

The following brake conversion uses mostly off-the-shelf parts and a few simple fabrications. This conversion applies to 1984 through 1987 Fieros, all models. They are incompatible with the changes of the 1988 model year.

The rear calipers are selected to function with the stock Fiero parking . . . → Read More: 11.25″ Brake Upgrade How To

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Gen. 1 to Gen. 2 Headlight Swap

By Cliff Pennock at

http://www.fiero.nl

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Gen. 1 to Gen. 2 Headlight Swap

Not so long ago my left headlight failed to pop up. The headlight motor had been rebuild a few years before (or that is what the garage claimed they did) and at first I was planning to . . . → Read More: Gen. 1 to Gen. 2 Headlight Swap

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Bump Steer Bum Rush

What is Bump Steer?

Very briefly, true “Bump steer” is the result of steering parts that don’t move thru the same Arc as the wheel moves up and down. If you have a control arm moving thru a short radius and a tie rod moving thru a long radius then as the . . . → Read More: Bump Steer Bum Rush

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How To – Access The Fiero Gauges / Disassemble Gauge Pod

This article covers the process of getting the Fiero gauges out of the car. In doing so I removed the entire gauge pod from the vehicle, for ease of access to prevent damaging any components.

Tools:

1. 7mm driver

2. 5mm driver

3. 10mm driver

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How to Re-Upholster Fiero Seats

Cover Me: How to Freshen Your Fiero’s Furniture By Steve Temple Photography by Steve Temple When you go scrounging for a Fiero for a rebody project, it’s a good idea to buy a dog-eared donor car. If it isn’t a little rough around the edges, you’ll probably end up paying too much for something . . . → Read More: How to Re-Upholster Fiero Seats

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