Steve Runyon WQ5G 512-838-7008 wrote:
> I have purchased silicone dielectric grease from Ford, and I expect
> that the other manufacturers (and probably your local auto parts
> dealer) carry it as well. I think this is the same stuff that was
> mentioned in the earlier posts - it is a clear-to-slightly-whitish
> grease that is non-hardening and non-water-soluble.
> It is recommended that a thin coating be put on the spark plug wire
> connectors of high energy automotive ignition systems, as I recall.
> One tube goes a long way, I have had mine for years.
> If anyone need, I could probably dig up the Ford part number.
> 73 de Steve WQ5G
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Dow Corning DC-4 is a Silicone dielectric. Electronics stores handle it.
The little tubes at auto stores run around 8 to 10 bux for about a Oz.
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