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Loctite Bulb, Lamp, and Electrical Connection Dielectric Grease - 0.33-Oz Tube

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Loctite Accessories and Parts - LT37534

  • Wiring
  • Dielectric Grease
  • Loctite


Features:

  • Seals electrical components
    • Prevents shorting
    • Seals out contaminants
  • Preserves weatherstripping and molding on any rubber, plastic, metal or ceramic surface
  • Made in the USA
  • Quantity: 0.33-oz tube


Applications:
  • Trailer wiring connections
  • Distributor caps, spark plug boots
  • Automotive lights
  • Fuses
  • Battery terminals
  • Lubricates and preserves rubber and plastic rubber molding and weatherstripping
  • Protects ceramic and metal

Loctite Dielectric Grease protects electrical components and connections by sealing out moisture and preventing corrosion. Ignition system components and lights last longer and are less likely to short out in wet weather when sealed with dielectric grease. Rubber and plastic weatherstripping and molding also last longer and stay flexible when lubricated with dielectric grease.

Replaces LT988755



495545 Loctite Bulb, Lamp and Electrical Connection Dielectric Grease

Alternate part number: 37534




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Customer Reviews

Loctite Bulb, Lamp, and Electrical Connection Dielectric Grease - 0.33-Oz Tube - LT37534

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (73 Customer Reviews)


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I bought a small tube of dielectric grease back in the '70's when I lived in Iowa. All the humidity and winter-time salt on the roads caused many shorts in the electrical connections of older vehicles (1969 Camaro). I've lived in Arizona since the late 80's, but my tube was about empty and I saw this on your website (plus I needed an item or two to get free shipping!). What little is in my old tube now resides in the electrical toolbox. Five stars for etrailer! 523116



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I am so glad I came across etrailer.com, They have what I need in stock, and show you how to use and or install the product. They have great prices and fast shipping, What else could you ask for! 804651



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Good stuff. Always use on my auto electronic connections. 776625



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Great product to help clean up a wiring mess under trailse 745973



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Exactly what I needed to prevent corrosion on electrical terminals. 711881



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Installation was very straight forward. Highly recommend. 699856



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Easy ordering, Fast shipping, Great customer service. 666535



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Great product but even greater delivery!! was shipped out immediately after my order. 643159



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Easy to apply 620220



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As expected 601352



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Product worked excellent when encountering a tight fit on electrical connection. Very pleased. JB 599186



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I am completely satisfied. The package arrived quickly and I was able to install on my truck the same day with help from the installation videos. I will definitely purchase from etrailer.com in the future. I have saved money by spending with etrailer.com and doing the upgrades myself. 576831



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Great service and product. 566347



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Videos were excellent! Fast shipping! Got it in Wednesday, installed today. Thanks! 553205



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AOK 552468



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Well, it's grease, seems to work well. Not much to say about it. etrailer delivered on time! 544861



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Great product. Great price. Great how-to videos, which is why I bought from etrailer. Perfect mix of content and product offering! 542664



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Great product 508704



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Works great! 508233



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It is dialectic grease. It is loctite brand. What more can you ask for. 507824


Comments
One year later and no corrosion in any connector or light socket.
James B - 05/20/2019

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very small tube, won't last long 488029



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Product was very easy to hook up to my truck I had it installed in under 30 min. Great product 487862



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A little tube of dielectric grease - works as it should: smear it on the electrical terminals of the trailer's electrical connector (or in any other automotive electrical contact that you want to protect from the elements) and it helps keep moisture and corrosion at bay . Grease is, by its nature, a tad messy - but this product works well for its intended purpose. 447333



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Worked well! 424244



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Easy to apply, came to me quickly, and working well for my trailer lights. 424067


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