Join Date: May 2010
Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Just a heads up. If you are using RTV to seal electrical connections, or around electrical connections at all, please educate yourself and use an electronics compatible RTV. Here's why. Acetoxy silicone releases acidic acid when it meets the moisture in the air. This is indicated by that vinegar like smell that new silicone has. This will eventually corrode the conductors and make repair extremely difficult. Electronics silicone is a neutral cure silicone that is not acidic. Acetoxy silicones are generally more cost effective, faster curing and are generally the household type. Automotive types can be either, but if it smells at all of vinegar, that's the sign. Use the wrong type and you've put your electronics on a life clock. Sooner or later it will destroy your ECU, or at the very least the connector on the harness.
Dielectric grease is always good on electrical connections that might ever see moisture or corrosion.
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