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Tech tip: When having your spark plugs changed on your car always make sure the shop uses dielectric grease between the spark plug and the plug wire or coil boot. Failure to use this inexpensive product will cause you problems down the line. When you put two unlike metals together and you put electricity through them. They have a tendency to fuse together making it difficult if not impossible to get apart when the time comes. This corrosion is avoidable by adding just a little dab of dielectric grease on each end of the plug wire insuring a much better and longer lasting repair.

Tech tip: When having your spark plugs changed on your car always make sure the shop uses dielectric grease between the spark plug and the plug wire or coil boot. Failure to use this inexpensive product will cause you problems down the line. When you put two unlike metals together and you put electricity through them. They have a tendency to fuse together making it difficult if not impossible to get apart when the time comes. This corrosion is avoidable by adding just a little dab of dielectric grease on each end of the plug wire insuring a much better and longer lasting repair.

 

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