Note that the throwout bearings are specific to each transaxle, not the engine or model year, so be sure to get the correct one when replacing.
Fieros with the Muncie 4-speed transaxle (see "Transmission, Manual") have a pilot bearing but the 5-speed transaxles do not use a pilot bearing.
'84-88 2.5L:These Fieros used a clutch disc which is unique to these cars. Aftermarket replacements are available from auto parts suppliers.
'85-86 2.8L 4 speed: Same as '84-88 2.5L
'86-88 2.8L 5 speed
Pontiac 6000 '87-88 2.8L Chevrolet Beretta '87-89 2.8L Chevrolet Beretta '90-92 3.1L Cavalier '87 2.8L five speed Cavalier '88-89 2.8L Cavalier '90-92 3.1L Chevy Celebrity '87-88 2.8L Cadillac Cimarron '87 Chevy Corsica '87-89 2.8L Chevy Corsica '90-92 3.1L Olds Cutlass '88-89 2.8L Olds Firenza '87 2.8L Pontiac Grand Prix '88-89 Pontiac Sunbird '91-92 3.1L Pontiac Tempest '87-89 2.8L Pontiac Tempest '90-92 3.1L
'84-87 four speed Clutch-In! 14561 '86-87 five speed Clutch-In! 14720 '88 trans code 8ZL Clutch-In! 14720 '88 except trans code 8ZL Clutch-In! 14741Clutch Pilot Bearing, 2.5L, '84-88 Clutch-In! 14646
The aluminum clutch pedal in '84-86 Fieros is prone to bending. Symptoms of a bent pedal are difficult shifting and/or clutch not fully disengaging. Pedals in '87-88 Fieros and all replacement pedals are steel. The GM part number for the steel pedal is 10066423 but it is generally unavailable. New steel pedals can be found at the Fiero Store (fierostore.com). With a new GM pedal in the '84-86 Fiero the clutch pedal spring is eliminated and a new master cylinder push rod and retainer clip must be installed. We are not sure if this is required with the Fiero Store pedal. The part numbers for the master cylinder push rod are 10126424 for '84-85 and 10126423 for '86. The retainer clip is part number 10040797. A new bushing for the pedal pin is also recommended. It is part number 14094900.
A replacement for the rubber clutch pedal surface for all years is Pedal Up! 20733.