Fiero Drive With Me | 1985 Fiero 2M4 Revival - Part 3

In this episode, the complete braking system is rebuilt so we can get this baby on the road. And then once the baby is on the road, CPS comes and takes it away because of "child endangerment". So now that the baby is out of the picture, we have time to rebuild the Fiero's brakes and get this car on the road.
I wanted to title this Twin Seats, but I don't think that would've been enough since it wouldn't really describe what the episode was about. But at least I could still say it here.

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  • Regarding the part of the video where I am talking to the camera about the clutch, I would like to apologize for that. I didn't realize how windy it was until I started editing. Sorry about all the noise!

    Ronald FingerRonald Finger2 жилийн өмнө
    • Ronald Finger Pull over son, you’re driving a Red 1985 Fiero, without a license plate, an expired brake tag, can I see your license, registration and insurance?

      CFRobWCFRobWЖилийн өмнө
    • No, dude, thank you for even putting these together. I'm living vicariously through you as I sell the LeBaron I wanted to bring back to former glory. Thank you, man, and I can't tell you how excited for you I was when it cranked up the first time. That fiero is going to be amazing, man.

      H BH B2 жилийн өмнө
    • @Ronald Finger why did you upload part 4 for like 3 seconds

      William HensonWilliam Henson2 жилийн өмнө
    • Earned a phat sub from me 0-0

      OlruneOlrune2 жилийн өмнө
    • Ronald Finger so I saw the thing about part 4. Hope you get it fixed soon

      Christopher ThompsonChristopher Thompson2 жилийн өмнө
  • bleeding part is scary

    Janusz WęgielJanusz Węgiel4 өдрийн өмнө
  • I got a 1985 for sale only 90,675 miles on it

    Jc CordovaJc Cordova21 өдрийн өмнө
  • A sandblasting cabinet would have helped. They're cheap enough.

    ToughAncientSparkToughAncientSpark24 өдрийн өмнө
  • 17:45 under appreciated moment. Had no clue that was coming 😂

    Kaledon GrandyKaledon Grandy24 өдрийн өмнө
  • Ah persuasion. My father: "Don't force it, get a bigger hammer." Applies to most things in life.

    Eric PedersonEric Pederson26 өдрийн өмнө
  • Fabulous work, Really enjoying the series.

    Skeletor _Skeletor _2 сарын өмнө
  • Just found this series; can't wait to see how it ends; mad respect for your work ethic.

    Danny ResendesDanny Resendes3 сарын өмнө
  • Just FYI the round clips on the rotors are for assembly lines, to keep them on until the wheels are installed, no need to replace them.

    Arnold VerserArnold Verser3 сарын өмнө
  • What’s that clip in the beginning from?

    Christian SavageChristian Savage4 сарын өмнө
  • you do understand you could have frozen the rings and just let them slide instead of hammering them...

    Greg DIY FreakGreg DIY Freak5 сарын өмнө
  • Please tell me that the blood was fake

    Will CokerWill Coker5 сарын өмнө
  • That intro was hella creepy

    Will CokerWill Coker5 сарын өмнө
  • LOVE THE 80S BACKGROUND MUSIC.....this kid knows videography...and his narration is on point.this is exactly how i would have done this video.

    Boop Boop GlobetrottersBoop Boop Globetrotters5 сарын өмнө
  • i have the same problem but my fiero dose not want to idle and i have to keep on the gas for it to run and not die down and is there a warm up time for the 6v version of this fiero idk comment if u know

    SirNerf DudeSirNerf Dude6 сарын өмнө
  • This is fascinating since I owned a very early ‘84 model which I got rid of, and have regretted it ever since.

    TED SchmittTED Schmitt6 сарын өмнө
  • Wait wait. So this is episode 3 and I still don’t understand why they left it out for 20 years only because of the caliper. Like seriously?

    Kameron OuelletKameron Ouellet7 сарын өмнө
  • Your Gf is cute

    alexander sarmientoalexander sarmiento8 сарын өмнө
  • Is that the rear of a yellow Toyota MR2 peaking out parked in your driveway? A running, newer, last of the mid engine cars, that 'real people' can afford? If not, what is it???

    Marc B.Marc B.10 сарын өмнө
  • 17:43 WTF dude?

    Thomas KalcherThomas Kalcher10 сарын өмнө
  • Bravo momce

    Мiodrag PavicevicМiodrag Pavicevic10 сарын өмнө
  • Man.... Why not try and get most of the rust off?? You go through so much effort to take the car apart and _'restore it'_ but the rust will not stop eating away at it just because you gave the exterior a new paint job. I just got here so maybe you did clean up the rust - I dont know but seeing you put down anti-seize at 5:34 probably meant that you didnt go back to it and that triggers me to no end. It just seems very half arsed restoring something if you dont do any remedial work or preventative maintenance to help your project live a little bit longer. Why admire your hard work for 20 years when you can admire it for another 50? Even if you do sell the car on to someone else - that person can appreciate and admire the effort you put in. I'll keep watching anyway.

    RoseOfHizakiRoseOfHizaki10 сарын өмнө
    • Yeah this was before, he deffinatly went back and painted everything

      bruh momentbruh moment2 сарын өмнө
  • *the hay is optional*that part made me really laugh

    lil wickylil wicky10 сарын өмнө
  • Brilliant subtle special effects at 15:32!

    Jeffrey SalzmanJeffrey Salzman10 сарын өмнө
  • This is better than all the fake BS shows on TV that try to be "reality" shows. I love your channel and how you show us what you are doing, and why you do various things. Great job.

    Jet FuelJet Fuel10 сарын өмнө
  • Awesome intro! Also, love the series.

    Bretton ArcherBretton Archer10 сарын өмнө
  • It's a good feeling to finish the break system, but damn do I ever hate doing it 😂

    Dominic PedrazziniDominic Pedrazzini10 сарын өмнө
  • I had to jump on my phone and post this because I laughed out loud as I recognized the look of pure joy as you sprinted back to grab the camera before you took that test drive. Nice work!

    arnoldcp11arnoldcp1110 сарын өмнө
  • This is a great familiarization with the various key parts of the Pontiac Fiero brakes and fuel system.

    Mr. FieroMr. Fiero10 сарын өмнө
  • Great videos. FYI, operating a drill on an object held by another person is a very popular way to lose someone a hand. Please buy a vice.

    Hazem ElshabiniHazem Elshabini11 сарын өмнө
  • How did you remove the e-brake cable from the bracket when the bolt was stuck??

    Sam OlsenSam Olsen11 сарын өмнө
    • Ahh okay! There should just be little tabs you squeeze in. You have to squeeze and pull at the same time, then it should just fall through. You may have to use pliers to squeeze them or maybe I screwdriver to press them. I honestly don’t remember exactly since this video was filmed two years ago haha

      Ronald FingerRonald Finger11 сарын өмнө
    • @Ronald Finger I guess I typed that wrong-You said you removed the plastic retainer clip in order to remove the cable to get the caliper off, that's the part I didn't understand.

      Sam OlsenSam Olsen11 сарын өмнө
    • Just pulled it loose with needle now pliers! It has to be removed first anyway, otherwise the spring could launch it away if you just tried unbolted it first.

      Ronald FingerRonald Finger11 сарын өмнө
  • Really cool car 👍🏻, sounds lovely 😊

    BlueBlue11 сарын өмнө
  • i just love the comedy in ur videos, keep it up... definitely subscribing to ur channal :)

    The_bonebreakerThe_bonebreaker11 сарын өмнө
  • @21:37 Too much gas, be gentle with it, the car hasn't run for years, besides it's not good for the clutch either.

    Kristóf KissKristóf Kiss11 сарын өмнө
  • LOL, I have that same windshield crack!! Where did u get ur replacement windshield?

    Hyacinthe1969Hyacinthe196911 сарын өмнө
  • the twin peak intro, got me 100%

    Gabriel BrunettiGabriel Brunetti11 сарын өмнө
  • 21:56 Excitement

    SuperwowemiSuperwowemi11 сарын өмнө
  • These are such a nice watch! Gonna have to steal some of that editing style.....

    Fried TurkeyFried TurkeyЖилийн өмнө
  • So awesome the car is running! :)

    buddy77587buddy77587Жилийн өмнө
  • Purdy calipers

    buddy77587buddy77587Жилийн өмнө
  • As a guy who attempted something like this on an 80s camaro back in 01', I have to say I am a little jealous of your access to all human knowledge in your pockets. The internet was nothing like this back then. Completely rebuilt the engine and everything. Ended up giving up because of the vacuum system. oh well

    Eric SwensonEric SwensonЖилийн өмнө
  • I feel like I’m the only one who feed uncomfortable when any part of a car (specifically the engine) is rusted/dirty I know it’s par for the course but eh I dunno it’s just always bothered me

    SaltyFoxSaltyFoxЖилийн өмнө
  • didnt press the brakes before removing calaper XD im dead

    MagnuzoneMagnuzoneЖилийн өмнө
  • you cant drive manual for shit. you almost fried the clutch goddammit

    Google AccountGoogle AccountЖилийн өмнө
  • whats the title of the song in the end?

    SanDee McGeekSanDee McGeekЖилийн өмнө
  • "and more importantly a brain in my head when i made this"

    Dylan PressonDylan PressonЖилийн өмнө
  • Nvm I found found part 3

    Martinez JoseMartinez JoseЖилийн өмнө
  • The rest of the video: car repair 19:38 to 19:56: the resident evil shop guy except he sells args

    godwin972godwin972Жилийн өмнө
  • Ah yes, nothin' like killing your past self and staring at their body in your trunk.

    TheTamperedRavenTheTamperedRavenЖилийн өмнө
  • I'm 17 and I want to start my first project car (which I already have). It's a 1991 Chevy Silverado but there is so much wrong with it such as the transmission, engine, starter, gas tank, and no battery. Any tips on how to get started on such a massive project?

    Leddle LaggerLeddle LaggerЖилийн өмнө
  • Should buy the proper tools. A Carpenter hammer isn't the right hammer. You need a 2.5 pound mallet.

    UnknownJenkinsUnknownJenkinsЖилийн өмнө
  • Applied some torque to the drive train and broke the clutch free. Having the wheels on the ground reversing uphill was the same as trying to load it while riding the brakes.

    Joepopa12Joepopa12Жилийн өмнө
  • I also do my persuasion with a hammer

    Lucky DogLucky DogЖилийн өмнө
  • were you driving on public roads without insurance ? are you one of those who say "I don't need no fuk'n insurance", and plate it with a different legal car ? if so build a Harley chopper and get ink'd all over....become one of us

    wm c barkerwm c barkerЖилийн өмнө
    • I have insurance you ding dong

      Ronald FingerRonald FingerЖилийн өмнө
  • The next-door Eef Sonata is a luxury

    DR. pepperDR. pepperЖилийн өмнө
  • Nice girlfrind, instead of going for the gate to open it for you and make it easier she just sits in the passanger seat instantly giving you the opporunity to open the gate yourself.

    MairoldMairoldЖилийн өмнө
  • The reason why that Phenolic caliper was so difficult to remove even with heat is because that material actually absorbs brake fluid over time. After long enough, they become impregnated and swell up, thereby seizing to the cylinder wall of the caliper. hence why the heat didn't work as it would have with a metal piston. As far as ive seen, only American vehicles use them, although researching it seems to say that they're used worldwide. Still have yet to see any japanese or european ones use them in all the hundreds of cars I've worked on.

    Isaiah ShislerIsaiah ShislerЖилийн өмнө
  • that intro was hella creepy

    Don DraperDon DraperЖилийн өмнө
  • came for the restore, stayed for the murder.

    jaybanziajaybanziaЖилийн өмнө
  • OMG the bleeding scene caught me off guard and your cut away was hilarious!

    Speeddemon3Speeddemon3Жилийн өмнө
  • Rock auto is the best mehn. Just bought a new speed sensor for my Corolla Friday, and itd gonna be here Tomorrow Monday.

    Kmoy HodgeKmoy HodgeЖилийн өмнө
  • or just use an actual hammer meant for pressing bearings instead of a nailing hammer

    Eric MartinEric MartinЖилийн өмнө
  • The bead blast guy is Rusty? That's awesome!!

    Roman JohnstonRoman JohnstonЖилийн өмнө
  • I love that awkward high 5 with the girlfriend. That's wholesome.

    MezzoForte4MezzoForte4Жилийн өмнө
  • A "little" persuasion needed *starts whacking the caliper with the hammer" "Just love taps"

    Sekhmet ReverenceSekhmet ReverenceЖилийн өмнө
  • You tried a stern talking to but not turning it on and off again? For shame

    FluxthelycanrocFluxthelycanrocЖилийн өмнө
  • 0:02 Mike! :-)

    Hooked on PhotographyHooked on PhotographyЖилийн өмнө
  • I had an 85 Fiero 2M4, I had it for about 6 months until I found it totally not what I needed, I traded in on a 84 GMC S10 Jinny that I drove from 1985 to 2000 and crossed Canada 3 times with it without a working fuel gauge.

    Charles DameryCharles DameryЖилийн өмнө
  • just by saying you dont care about trucks and offloading earned u a sub from me man!

    ScypherothScypherothЖилийн өмнө
  • Wear ear protection, hearing loss is no fun.

    Marcus ColemanMarcus ColemanЖилийн өмнө
  • 8:43 its called a cotter pin that goes into a castle nut.

    Fifty 1 FiftyFifty 1 FiftyЖилийн өмнө
    • Cotter pin is just one of the multiple ways to call it

      Ronald FingerRonald FingerЖилийн өмнө
  • Cotter pin not split pin. You should have used a baby sledge hammer to set those races. That what I've used for years. Great job so far. By the way I really hope you put grease in those bearings and in the dust cap.

    John SumnerJohn SumnerЖилийн өмнө
  • WOOT! Awesome! IT LIVES! PS. hope no one finds da body, looper!

    dan bdan bЖилийн өмнө
  • Omg the blood cough and body in the trunk gags have sold me on this channel and I'm going to watch all of them just for the small chance that there will be more of the same XD

    PanduPanduЖилийн өмнө
  • Lmao! @ 19:42 - 19:55 that was random. That deserves a like.

    Richard OsbornRichard OsbornЖилийн өмнө
  • Burn that clutch

    Dennis CoughlinDennis CoughlinЖилийн өмнө
  • Why do you look like pew die pie ?

    Omar DouraOmar DouraЖилийн өмнө
  • I have never used a press or a race tool. A cold chisel or punch or socket set extension can be sacrificed to knock the races out and the old races can be used to install the new ones.

    bg147bg147Жилийн өмнө
  • Dump is just skill you didn't have to learn

    Eric OrtizEric OrtizЖилийн өмнө
  • 8:12 when you nut but they keep succ’n

    Gloria Urbani-GrandiGloria Urbani-GrandiЖилийн өмнө
  • Through me you pass into the city of woe: Through me you pass into eternal pain: Through me among the people lost for aye. Justice the founder of my fabric mov'd: To rear me was the task of power divine, Supremest wisdom, and primeval love. Before me things create were none, save things Eternal, and eternal I endure. All hope abandon ye who enter here.

    Purple RosePurple RoseЖилийн өмнө
  • I really enjoy these videos and I appreciate the work you're doing. I also have learned all the same things by myself and I can say it's very satisfying to get something working that has been neglected for so long. And I also can appreciate that you are using what you have at home without any specialty tools. Keep up the good work. That being said I just have to say watching you using a claw hammer for automotive work is literally making me cringe. Please invest in a mini sledge. Also don't use chrome sockets on an impact wrench. Friendly advice. 👍

    John WilliamsJohn WilliamsЖилийн өмнө
  • Use a bigger hammer would have worked for you on the press kit lol

    Mark WolfMark WolfЖилийн өмнө
  • I just want you to know that this was the video that got me to subscribe!

    Yan HasmutYan HasmutЖилийн өмнө
  • Next time get a 3 pound sledge hammer they will go right in you just need a hammer made for metal work not a claw hammer

    coleman deitzcoleman deitzЖилийн өмнө
  • Rip those calipers. They probably rusted already. A coat of paint woulda done ya.

    DJGatortailDJGatortailЖилийн өмнө
    • Ronald Finger RIP my comment for having missed that line. I love the series though Ron, keep it up. Edit: a coat of color matched red woulda looked sweet though!

      DJGatortailDJGatortailЖилийн өмнө
    • But they are aluminum, which does not rust, like I said in the video

      Ronald FingerRonald FingerЖилийн өмнө
  • all you do with this car - the same does Lada owner in russia every couple months. even the car is 5 years old, it is the same dead.

    Yury 8good8Yury 8good8Жилийн өмнө
  • I love the nose bleeding part

    JM DIYJM DIYЖилийн өмнө
  • I was a diesel mechanic in the army for 3 and a half years... your knowledge is really good man, better than mine

    EJ RO28EJ RO28Жилийн өмнө
  • Great videos Ronnie, well done. Your parents have a very beautiful property. Especially to a city lad like myself. Regards from England.

    ZooumbergZooumbergЖилийн өмнө
  • The trunk part made me laugh so hard cause it was so unexpected LMAO

    Bear SznBear SznЖилийн өмнө
  • That delivery on that bleeding joke was spot on. I actually LOLed. Keep up the good work!

    Nate FesslerNate FesslerЖилийн өмнө
  • Wow ef sonata toyota mr.s 쉐보레 크루즈

    윤상훈윤상훈Жилийн өмнө
  • Great video. However I would love to see you wearing safety glasses whenever you're hammering metal with a metal Hammer

    ProDago USAProDago USAЖилийн өмнө
  • I just bought an '84 Indy Fiero to restore and your video is helping me with the fan issues. Some idiot cut the E-brake lines when they put on non Fiero rear calipers. Found new ones on Ebay cheap and they will be rebuilt before the new cables go on. I wish we had youtube and the internet when I was a kid. Thanks again.

    Adam SchiffAdam SchiffЖилийн өмнө
  • Good work guys!

    Howard RiceHoward RiceЖилийн өмнө
  • Great project, but, clean the car before putting new parts on him.

    Rodrigo MeldolaRodrigo MeldolaЖилийн өмнө
  • In Aus we call the 'C' clamp a 'G' clamp. :) :)

    John-Paul TorcuttiJohn-Paul TorcuttiЖилийн өмнө
  • Riding that clutch to. I cringed

    Jappa CrappaJappa CrappaЖилийн өмнө
  • It makes me uneasy that they both got in that nasty ass mold and who knows what else infested car and drove around. Not very smart.

    Josh HayesJosh HayesЖилийн өмнө