Dielectric Bulb and Seal Grease

Morimoto LectricLube Dielectric Grease


PART #: 1 x A61

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Product Details

OEM Standard: When you need to ensure a perfect electrical connection, you want dielectric grease! Why else would so many vehicles roll off the production line with dielectric grease in between the headlight harness and the back of the original halogen light bulb?

Non-Corrosive: Dielectric grease is the best and cheapest insurance policy you can buy to ensure that your new high-performance headlight system works forever. By protecting the contacts from moisture, you protect them from corrosion, and that's important for so many obvious reasons.

Non-Conductive: In addition to the rubber seals built into most connectors, dielectric grease adds a second layer of protection by acting as a moisture-barrier. If you use your vehicle year-round, rain or shine, then this is a no-brainer for your build.

Lasting: Each tube is more than enough to coat the connections on a full HID upgrade using a traditional relayed wire harness. A little bit of this stuff goes a long way!

HR Tested: Here at Headlight Revolution, we spend a lot of time installing and testing the products you'll find for sale. We don't favor any particular brand, so our commitment to you is that we'll deliver the best product for your application, period. To see all of the compatible lighting upgrades for your vehicle, use the Buyer's Guide on our homepage! Be sure to check out the HR YouTube channel for hundreds of helpful install and review videos!

Product Specs

  • What's Included

  • GREASE: 1x Tube Morimoto LectricLube Dielectric Grease

  • APPLICATOR: Self-piercing cap/tube

  • Warranty: N/A

  • Compatibility

  • ELECTRICAL: Improves connectivity

  • OTHER: Helps prevent corrosion

  • Tech Specs

  • FLASH POINT: >200 F / > 93C

  • TEMP RANGE: -50C TO +200C

  • CONTENTS: 3oz Dielectric grease

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It's nice and it's work

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It's nice and it's work