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HiYaAll,
Just to let ya know, I called Permatex yesterday and spoke
to them about da grease. I'm using the the 3oz tune up tube.
They said its fine to use on fuses, inside multipin connectors,
inside sensor connectors, battery terminals, spade connections
etc.If you have any questions you can call Hank at Permatex
1-440-914-3574

Ron
 

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you can also look for Dow Corning #4 (or DC4 as some know it) in industrial or aviation supply houses it comes in a bigger tube and may cost less
great stuff for all applications listed prior
 

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From looking at earlier posts I would like to add this.
DC4 is added to aircraft connectors of all types directly onto the contacts and used to fill the connector completely. after connection is made then you wipe off the excess that squeezes out.
Now there will be NO corrosion made no matter if you live in AZ or on the coast in FL.
Properly (liberally) used it will be your best friend in the electrical world.
 

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hey guys, go to a napa parts store and get the d-g in a good size tube under their eclin brand of ignition parts. i have a tube at home that i use when ever i take something apart and put it back on. good luck, leo
 
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