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Since the distributor sits right above the turbo, I would imagine that this heat source is the major cause of failure with the hall-effect sensor, even with the little heat shield bolted to the turbo. Am I right?

Has anyone tried some sort of heat protection and can you please share your experience?

As much as I dislike any sort of fiberglass, I was thinking of trying something like this:

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Also, maybe I could wrap the existing heat shield in some sort of reflective tape.

What do you think?
 

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My 1992 hall effect sensor has never failed. The plastic connector breaks and the dizzy will develop an oil leak, but I don't think that would be prevented by additional heat shielding, Just my thoughts since you asked.
 
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