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1963 CHEVY SS w/396/360HP. Wan't start after getting hot. New starter twice. Starter wan't energize.

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  • Zaraki Sep 11, 2010

    Does the starter have a high temp. solenoid and a heat shield?

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Is it carborated or fuel injected, most fuel injection systems have a automatic shut off if the engine is too hot, make sure the engine is not over heating or possibly the fuel injection sensor could be faulty

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  • philllipcarl Oct 30, 2010

    The motor is carburated with an edelbrock 4-barrel. The temperature gauge indicated norman @ about 190o. The starter is a new hi-torque. No high temp celenoid or blanket.

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