Eurolight conversion adaptations
auditodd at comcast.net
Mon Dec 22 23:46:49 EST 2003
Properly used dielectric grease is great. I use it to "isolate"
electrical contacts, not to try to make them better.
In the battery contact case, your best bet is to clean both the post and
the terminal with appropriate wire brushes, and then connect and
tighten, THEN put some dielectric grease on top of the connection. This
would help prevent corrosion from getting into the connection.
One of the best applications is in spark plug boots. It definitely helps
prevent the boot from sticking to the spark plug. Just a little around
the inner lip of the boot so that it spreads on the insolater of the
spark plug, but not on the metal tip.
Konstantine Bogach wrote:
> Sorry, I forgot to change subject, so I am resending it:
> When I discovered this stuff I used it on every contact until...
> turning the key did not start the car; everything looked liked bad battery; wiped out this stuff from battery terminal,
> connected it back and - vuala, car started easily. I applied this dialectric grease to the terminal several monthg before it
> happened. It scared me away but more experimenting is required. Since that happened I removed the grease from every
> place I put it on.
> Huw's 6 years long experience has definitly more weight but, I think every result should be accounted for better statistics.
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