Re: [DML] Relay clicking with my AC on.
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Re: [DML] Relay clicking with my AC on.



Hi Warren, et al,

You might try using the anti-oxidation compound sold at most hardware, home 
improvement (?) stores, etc.  It is recommend for the aluminum/copper 
connections that happen in house hold electrical systems that may still have 
aluminum wiring.  A small tube is rather inexpensive and will go a long way. 
It should spread on the fuse contacts, probably relay contacts, and perhaps 
many of the electrical connectors in the car.  I haven't had many years of 
experience with this material, but it claims to be just the thing for these 
areas.  I checked it for conductivity, and seems to have none.  My guess is 
that it is a silicon  grease with graphite suspended in it.  Where I have 
used it, hasn't hurt.   I like it for the sections of the motor driven 
antennas.  Provides lubrication.

Good luck,

Al

Al Roberts
twodelo2@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 






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