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Where do i put dielectic grease besides the spark plug? I hear ya'll put it
other places. Where are these other places at? All i have done to ours is
grease the spark plug. Mine is Foreman S & Jennifers is ES.
 

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On Jennifer's you should take the plug off the rear little box thing up the RR tire and put some in there and also the plug that plugs into her ES shifter motor. The plug is behind a bronze metal bracket that you need to remove to get to it.


Your would be that minus the ES plug.
 

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I put some in every electrical conection I could get to, then when I have something off and see one I couldn't reach before I get that one real good
 

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Thanks for the info fella's.
 

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Yep, put it on every connector you can find, of course yours should be ok since your not a mudder and water rider!
 

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I've been hittin' the water & mud pretty hard here lately. It died on me two
weeks ago when goin' in some water. I think it was because my spark plug
got wet. I put some dielectric grease on it & hit the same water hole, &
made it. I was just wonderin' what else to grease up.
 

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yea like they said, any electrical plugs u can get your hands on, needs to be greased.
 

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I meant in my last post that i'm not a mudder and water rider either, just like you Railroader but now it seems that I may be the only non mudder/water rider on the forum.
 

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Most of the time i'm not either, but after bein' picked on all day, i will
usually cut loose a little.
 

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I only ride in mud and water if it's in the way to where i am trying to go, which is on most of the trails up here!
 

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Same here for the most part. Let the bashing begin.
 

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is there a certain grease for this or what..i asked an electrician here t work about the dialectric grease and he said any grease would work...and if there is can u get it anywhere??
 

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is there a certain grease for this or what..i asked an electrician here t work about the dialectric grease and he said any grease would work...and if there is can u get it anywhere??
NO ANY GREASE WONT WORK Go to an auto parts store and tell them you want some dielectric grease and the will hook you up.
 

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Be careful though, they usually dont know what the heck they are talking about. They may hand you over a bottle of super glue and smack ya on the butt hoping you will have faith in what little knowledge they know.
 

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eurobro, you and me must shop at the same place. some of the sucker's u just want to yank them accross the counter sometimes.
 

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Be careful though, they usually don't know what the heck they are talking about. They may hand you over a bottle of super glue and smack ya on the butt hoping you will have faith in what little knowledge they know.
The other day I went to get some spark plugs, the kid went to look where the rubber hoses are kept. I had to tell him, in a slightly elevated voice, "go look over there." The other employee just looked at me, smiled, and shook his head.

The kid did find the right plugs BTW.
 
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