|For the weapon in Fallout 76, see The Fixer.|
This less recognized product was created by Med-Tek, for temporarily curing addictions. Despite the ability to combat addictions, the attempt to temporarily flush out the effects of addiction causes a side-effect of nausea, described further in the characteristics section below.
Fixer clears any addiction suffered by the player character. The addiction is negated and will not reoccur by itself, but it can always be reacquired by continued use of the drug that caused it. It also causes the Courier to "feel woozy," which produces a visual and auditory effect similar to having been poisoned that lasts for a short period of time. Roughly every 15 to 30 seconds, the player character's vision will blur and loud static noises will play, which can be a hindrance in combat if the player character is not prepared for it. The sound and visual effects are temporary.
- Three can be found on top of a dresser at Camp Golf, inside the House Resort on the second floor.
- Three can be found inside Aerotech suite 200 at Aerotech Office Park. One is under a book on top of the bookcase next to the caravan shotgun. The other one is on the floor behind the bookcase. The third one is in the room to the left upon entering, on a desk.
- Three can be found on top of a dresser in Jacobstown, inside Jacobstown lodge on the second floor. (This room looks almost exactly the same as the one at Camp Golf.) Another one can be found inside a dresser that's laying down on the same floor but in the east corner. (Possibly random loot)
- The second tent from the left immediately entering Camp McCarran has the potential to contain 3 Fixers.
- Two Fixers can be found inside dressers in the Vault 21's guest rooms.
- Two Fixers can be found inside Vault 3 in one of the locked rooms.
- A few can be bought from Dixon in Freeside, near the east gate.
- Dr. Ada Straus in Novac sometimes sells Fixer and other assorted chems.
- A randomized amount may be purchased from the bartender in Brimstone, the bar within Gomorrah.
- After completing the quest High Times, one can be acquired from Julie Farkas at the Old Mormon Fort in Freeside once every 24 hours. To complete the quest, the player character will need 10 Fixer or pass a 50 Speech or 50 Science check. The Science check reduces the Fixer requirement to one (along with a Psycho and a Buffout), while the Speech check removes the entire requirement.
- The 188 trading post has multiple Fixers available.
- Party Time Mentats in Puesta del Sol in the room above the Hard locked gate leading to the service route, the room with the Very Hard locked terminal controlling the hologram. Located on top of a fluorescent light, along with a
- On the box, Med-Tek is spelled as "MEDTEX."
- Waiting can be used to skip the side effects of Fixer.
- The Chemist perk will double the length of time that the wooziness affects the player character while providing no additional benefits.
- In Fallout 4, while Fixer is functionally replaced by Addictol, it is mentioned in a terminal entry in the Med-Tek Research building.
- Ultrajet addiction, as it includes both the "Temporary Addiction Removal" and normal "Addiction Removal" effects, the latter of which is permanent. Additionally, the "Temporary Addiction Removal" effect does not actually eliminate any withdrawal symptoms, as they are mistakenly suppressed by the unused "Ignore Crippled Limbs" effect associated with Fallout 3's prototype medic power armor. [verified] Fixer will permanently cure all addictions save for
- Fixer has no effect on Ultrajet addiction, permanent or temporary. [verified]