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Old 06-28-2014, 05:11 PM   #1
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Hi all,

I just finished replacing the LIM & a complete new UIM. Installed the throttle body and low and behold and extra part.

It'* a heat shield that'* about 8"X4" and it' held in place by 2 mounting holes that have an arc cut out between them.

Any idea where it goes?

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This one? You can barely tell, but its black and sits behind the EGR...

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Thanks Mike, but I don't think that'* it. I don't recall mine having one for the EGR

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Is that like an exhaust shield or something? I'm not all that familiar with the Series 1 engines.
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Yes, that looks like a heat shield that protects the rack, where the exhaust pipe goes over it....
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Thanks guys. it'* a heat shield that fits between the exhaust and the throttle cable. Got it together now. Thanks again!
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