I REBUILT R HEADLIGHT MOTOR & REPLACED RELAY.MOTOR GOES UP,BUT NOT DOWN,WTF?

Crystal Burgett
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Asked by Mar 29, 2014 at 08:12 AM about the 1984 Pontiac Fiero SE or Indy

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

MOTOR GOES UP,BUT NOT DOWN AFTER REPLACING RELAY,AND REBUILDING MOTOR,...ANY SUGGESTIONS ?
WOULD ANYBODY LIKE TO BUY THE CAR ?
($2,000) - RUNS GREAT,92,000 MILES.LOCATED NEAR PEORIA,IL.

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jamnblues
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That's a great car! The disappearing headlights were a '70s thing- it's not the Fiero's fault- all cars with disappearing headlights have problems with them- the electrical circuit for retracting the headlights is different than the raising circuit- they both have to be working- you can raise and lower the headlights manually- there is a little dial under the hood- you should be able to sell your car because it is a cool classic, unrecognized as such, but still ultimately cool- and I bet you look cool in it- even today, they don't build a sports car that looks as good and gets the fantastic mileage as that '84 Fiero- and no door dings! My advice- don't just give it away, that car is worth easy 2 grand and will be worth more as time goes on and people get over their prejudices-

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