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I work on older vehicles quite a bit, but these are new enough to have electronic sensors with connections to the engine management computer that are very important and sensitive. I have been using your L260DQNp….no particles the last couple of years. I love the all-in-one functionality…protecting/sealing plus promoting continuity between metal but NOT encouraging stray electrical paths like a conductive grease would.
But, I have noticed that some of the older connections need cleaning to really get good conductivity even after the Np grease. My question….do you think the L260DQp, with non-conductive quartz particles, would be a good fit for this?….promote some mild cleaning when I apply and work the connector, but NOT too abrasive over time with the minor vibrations of an automobile?

Thanks,

Scott

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Asked on May 22, 2020 1:19 pm
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Morning Scott,

Yes, that would be the ideal application for the Quartz particle grease - will provide gentle abrasive action to break up oxides and contamination, while lubricating and protecting. You can use the L260DQp or SM22DQp grease for that application. The additional barrier (Dx100L), infused into the grease, will protect the connections even under vibration!

Link: https://caig.com/deoxit-grease-landing/

Keep us posted and thank you for being a loyal customer!

Best regards,
Dr. DeoxIT®

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