The Plan!

I will be adding items here to outline my plan for my project. I hope to be updating this soon and a lot.

My Fiero Project Plan! Started: 6/21/2010 Brainstorm Area Notes: Body Paint I am going to keep the stock Red and Silver, but add textured semi-gloss black to all the . . . → Read More: The Plan!

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Vancouver Fiero Club

Not Vancouver BC, we are south on the edge of the Oregon, Washington border.

Sorry, not really a club. Just massing around.

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Vacuum leak detection.

In this article I’ll cover the general things that apply to all Fiero versions, then later I’ll break out the version specific and detail items. Contrary to popular belief, vacuum plumbing problems are a major issue. Even small vacuum leaks can cause major headaches.

A major problem? Why?

The ECM will try to compensate . . . → Read More: Vacuum leak detection.

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The Assembly Line Diagnostic Link

Warning! Don’t force anything into the ALDL connector! If you damage the connector then you can have problems when using ECM scanners and other tools that have the proper size terminals.

Note! It is possible that the ALDL may be installed with the Key up or down. The above picture is Key . . . → Read More: The Assembly Line Diagnostic Link

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Fiero Emission Control

Notice! It is a violation of U.S. Federal law to remove, modify or disable emission control devices. Some states, like California, have laws above and beyond Federal regulations. Fiero has very little in the way of emission control hardware. There is only the catalytic converter, EGR valve and a fuel vapor recovery canister. None . . . → Read More: Fiero Emission Control

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Engine & Tranny Mounts

4 cylinder motor mount

There are 2 kinds of motor mount available for Fiero 4 cylinder. (I think this applies to all of them…) You can get them solid or liquid filled. The solid is a little less expensive but the liquid filled is better at isolating vibration. Of the two, I prefer the . . . → Read More: Engine & Tranny Mounts

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87-88 4 Cylinder with Serpent Belt

While this article was originally written for Fiero 1987-88 L4, it applies to all vehicles with self tensioning serpent belt systems. WARNING: Do not assume that the belt listed in the catalog fits your engine! If the belt forces the tension assembly out of range you can and likely will break things. WARNING: NEVER . . . → Read More: 87-88 4 Cylinder with Serpent Belt

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700 Series TBI

The TBI used for 87-88 Fiero 4 cylinder motors is the 700 series unit presently manufactured by Delphi Automotive for GM. You can find Delphi’s public relations info for the 700 TBI here. The information includes images and general specification data. The articles that we’re interested in at the moment are “Throttle Bodies – . . . → Read More: 700 Series TBI

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4 Cylinder Timing Gears

4 Cylinder Timing Gears

NOTICE! This is an unfinished document. It is a collection of all the stuff I’ve come up with tested or not… USE IT AT YOUR OWN RISK!

Anywho…

Cam jobs suck under the best of conditions. The majority of FWD and Fiero cams are never fun to work on. Here’s . . . → Read More: 4 Cylinder Timing Gears

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Does Your Gas Gauge Lie To You?

by Ray PaulkThe gas gauge on a Fiero seems to be a PITA (Pain in the Butt) for all of us. I ran out of gas 5 times before I broke down and decided to fix it. It didn’t take too much investigation to figure out that the problem is with the sending unit . . . → Read More: Does Your Gas Gauge Lie To You?

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