What radiator/thermostat caps do I use? Why?

I broke this out of the coolant fill article hoping more people would be made aware of the Stant catalog error. Warning! There is an error in Stant listings, which means all catalogs listing Stant parts share the same error. The correct caps for Fiero are Stant part numbers 11230 or 10230 non-vented caps. . . . → Read More: What radiator/thermostat caps do I use? Why?

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Water Water everywhere but not a drop to drink

Water Water everywhere but not a drop to drink

Ok, we have a hundred articles about this in the forums. Why yet another one? The basic procedure is all over the place but there’s a thing or three not in the various books or most of the forum replies. I only recently thought . . . → Read More: Water Water everywhere but not a drop to drink

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Thermostats

Installation

How hard is that? You just shove it down the hole… They should all be this easy. One small thing people over look… When installing Fiero or similar thermostats, coat the O-ring on it with a film of petroleum jelly or better yet, silicone oil/grease. Dielectric compound and brake grease are both good. . . . → Read More: Thermostats

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EEK! They crushed my pipe…

Crushed coolant pipes on Fiero are extremely common and the amount of damage is not always obvious. These pipes must be checked for damage any time you are having overheat problems.

How bad can the damage be? Below is a photo of one of my . . . → Read More: Coolent Tube

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