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Old 25 Sep 2003, 10:06 pm
Jim
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Default Grease/Lubricants

This may be a silly question but what type of grease can one use on plastic
components behind the dashboard. Is general purpose grease or petroleum
jelly okay? I need to apply some grease on the heating control unit where
the temperature slider slides across indentations on the underside of the
unit. It needs to be a grease type lubricant and not a spray.

In addition, what can one do to reduce the amount of effort required to move
the temperature slider on a '94 Civic.


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Old 25 Sep 2003, 10:38 pm
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Default Re: Grease/Lubricants

Jim wrote:
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> This may be a silly question but what type of grease can one use on plastic
> components behind the dashboard. Is general purpose grease or petroleum
> jelly okay? I need to apply some grease on the heating control unit where
> the temperature slider slides across indentations on the underside of the
> unit. It needs to be a grease type lubricant and not a spray.


Sylglide silicone grease works great with plastic and rubber components.

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