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no, I would use silicone type lubricant like Jigaloo. Any petroleum based grease can soften plastic. Having said that, this says you can. I use Jigaloo on plastic UPVC winows

  • Permatex® White Lithium Grease is a general purpose lubricant designed to reduce friction between load bearing moving metal parts. For use on metal-to-metal surfaces or a combination of metal-to-plastic surfaces. It protects metal surfaces from rust and corrosion and has excellent water and high temperature resistance.
  • Permatex® White Lithium Grease is a general purpose, high performance lubricant that protects against rust and makes surfaces friction-free
  • Stainless and non-toxic with good resistance to washout
  • Ideal for door hinges, hood and trunk latches, hatchback struts, seat tracks, jacks, winches, gear shift mechanisms, steering linkages, garage door and delivery truck door tracks
  • Withstands moisture and high heat
  • Temp: -40°C to 150°C (-40°F to 300°F)
  • Jig Loo invisible silicone based lubricant and water repellent

    Cars & Trucks | Answered 9 hours ago

    I know that if you change the back sprocket to a smaller sprocket with one less tooth you will get more torque but you will loose top end speed. But not sure if 1 less tooth is gonna give enough torque maybe 2 less teeth might work but you can experiment with it. You can research it for more detailed descriptions

    Cars & Trucks | Answered 9 hours ago

    See? I told that you were going to oreck it some more!

    Cars & Trucks | Answered 10 hours ago

    Once you install the new switch, it can be adjusted. They usually go bad internally so you should not have any problems.

    Jeep CJ7 Cars &... | Answered 10 hours ago

    If it did not start and die when you used starting fluid then check to see if the plugs are getting spark. Check to see if injectors are pulsing. Could be bad crank sensor. Need scanner to check further

    Jeep Liberty... | Answered 10 hours ago

    Most likely your wiper motor needs replacing as it could be drawing too many amps. Also could be wiring grounding out. Unplug you wiper motor and see if the fuse blows

    Ford Cars &... | Answered 11 hours ago

    Remove CD with butter knife inserted into CD slot - slide under CD to disengage from drive and remove thru CD slot.

    Pontiac Cars &... | Answered 11 hours ago

    Check your transmission mounts. Adjust the e braked by lifting the handle up and down 20 + times.

    Jeep Wrangler... | Answered 11 hours ago

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