[s-cars] Source for Weatherproof Crimp Connectors
davekase at pdqlocks.com
Tue Aug 1 16:16:51 EDT 2006
The grease you can get from McMaster or other places. It is called
dielectric grease. I use it on my battery terminals and on all kinds of
electrical stuff that is exposed to the elements. This grease is made
to NOT carry electricity, it just seals the metal from the air/moisture.
hoog23 at aol.com wrote:
>I don't think that they have any special grease in them but for the boat I use.
>ANCOR MARINE INC butt connectors
>From: douglas.fifield at gmail.com
>To: s-car-list at audifans.com
>Sent: Tue, 1 Aug 2006 3:44 PM
>Subject: [s-cars] Source for Weatherproof Crimp Connectors
>I plan to splice in the female socket for the generic O2 sensor and
>want to do a clean and permanent job (or as close as possible). There
>have been several mentions in the past of butt-splice crimp connectors
>that are filled with special grease (do I remember that correctly?)
>and come with heat shrink already in place.
>Can anyone point me to a source for such connectors? Also, anyone
>know the guage size needed for the O2 wiring?
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