In order to start our electric conversion, we would first need to remove the gasoline powerplant and all of its systems from the car. Luckily, the gentleman who bought our engine from us was an expert in Fiero Engine removal as he had already done it several times on his own cars. Unlike most cars, the fiero's engine doesn't come out through the top of the car, instead you have to lift the car off of the engine. Luckily, my grandpa had an engine hoist we could borrow to lift the car with. Three days of work later, our nearly perfect V6 motor left the car, never to return.