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Old 06-15-2018, 06:34 PM   #21
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Default Re: Dielectric grease on plugs?

Okay---first time I pulled this set of wires off my plugs and like the last time, I couldn't seat the wires back on the new plugs well enough. So, I cut about 1/4" of rubber at the end of the wires off (nice clean cut with a single edge razor blade) and they seated well on the wires. I must be pulling too hard when I remove the wires in the first place, I guess.

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Old 06-20-2018, 11:52 AM   #22
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Default Re: Dielectric grease on plugs?

my boots would get a little stuck if not removed in a while, but some gentle twisting & turning would get them off. I never used any grease in there.

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my boots would get a little stuck if not removed in a while, but some gentle twisting & turning would get them off. I never used any grease in there.
Yup, I've moved away from grease on my plug bodies to only grease on the end terminals of the plugs.

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