> > Some insulating material may be immune to silicone, but IMHO
> > use silicone IN a coax connector or any other connector,
> > the mica-filled Bakelite type.
> You don't make it clear, are you referring to silicone sealer
> or the silicone grease, that looks like Vaseline grease (petroleum
Silicone grease...the clear type used under transistors for heat
Try using the grease in a "Jones" plug, leaving 12v DC power applied
continuously between adjacent pins (fuse the leads of course). Then
wait about 6 months or so. I don't guarantee that it will short, but
that is what I experienced. BTW, the plugs in the mobile radio
installs were inside the vehicle and not exposed to water, salt, etc.
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