x2. Melted my Winters cable. Bought a single sleeve meant for plug wires off ebay for about $7 and haven't had an issue since.I had the same problem with art-carr shifter cables burning up, and I slid some of that orange flame sleeve over it. Solved the issue completely.
Thanks Chris. I should have realized that you were referring to clamp / shield contact. That's my fault. Good eye!!! I put a couple of washers between the clamps and the shield and also wrapped the exhaust in that area. I've read mixed comments on the wrap, so I guess I'll see.Sorry I should have been more specific. I meant between the clamps. A heat shield works by creating an air gap for the heat to dissipate through. With that much surface contact between the clamps and aluminum, the shield will act as a heat sink and draw heat through the clamps.
As for wrapping, I think they mean the heat tape. I could see where that could retain heat. I had the same problem with art-carr shifter cables burning up, and I slid some of that orange flame sleeve over it. Solved the issue completely.
I didn't do the driveline, bought it this way. I think this is the kit that was used. I do know the previous owner originally had the atlas behind the Jeep driveline.Off topic but any chance you have pics or some input of how that atlas and 4l60e are mated together?