Starter Motor Heat Shield
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Mr. Gasket Starter Motor Heat Shield

Part No. 3678 Warranty  

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The starter motor heat shield is designed with heat resistant material sandwiched between two aluminum plates. The shield protects the starter from heat buildup from the exhaust system, especially important when using headers. Fits Chevy small and big block and V6.

Product Features:
  • Heat Resistant Material
  • Protects Started From Heat
  • Important For Headers
  • Two Aluminum Plates
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Mr. GasketStarter Heat Shield
 
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2.0

"Be careful"

By "Stone Cold"

from Trussville, Al

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Pros

  • Lightweight

Cons

  • Difficult To Use

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    Comments about Mr. Gasket Starter Heat Shield:

    If you use this product make sure that the shield is not touching any wires. I installed it on my 82 Vette and I thought I had all wires out of the way. When the shield heated up from being so close to exhaust down pipe, it melted the insulation of the big #4 ga wire coming from the battery, shorted it to the shield and started a fire under the hood. I removed the shield and will not putting it back on.

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    • Q:

      how does this attach to the starter?
      Asked on 8/29/2010 by SS396 from Harvard, IL

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        A:

        It should just bolt to it using the existing screws/bolts.

        Answered on 8/29/2010 by Mike from AAP
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