Heavy-duty starter

  • 22-Feb-2010 09:39 EST
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Creating 8.5 kW at 12 V, the Delco Remy 44MT from Remy features technologies that ease installation, increase reliability, and provide a long life cycle. The heavy-duty starter’s reliability is enhanced with the company’s internal magnetic switch solenoid, which is a one-wire design integrated inside the solenoid. With an input current capable of ECM control, the 44MT’s newly designed internal location enables it to withstand engine temperatures up to 120°C (248°F). In addition, problems caused by corrosion from engine environment issues and vibrations are said to be eradicated. Installation is simplified due to the new self-contained design that eliminates exposed wiring and the need for additional mounting brackets. Removing traditional connection points also helps reduce corrosion.

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