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Old 11-03-2013, 10:51 PM   #1
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Default Protecting high current connections on alltrax

Just a question, the high current connections on alltrax dcx 600. Do they need battery spray protector like the battery connections do. I was thinking about this while changing too a new 400 amp solenoid today.
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Old 11-04-2013, 06:28 AM   #2
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Default Re: Protecting high current connections on alltrax

If they are corroding, yes. If they aren't, it wouldn't hurt, but protect the controller from over-spray.

Don't forget the solenoid and motor connections.
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Default Re: Protecting high current connections on alltrax

Better yet, spray it into a small container and brush it on only what you want to protect.
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Thank you. Did not think about the motor. I show a small amount on outside of lugs. Mostly like salt air, everything starts to corrode here quick, half mile straight here from the beach.
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Thank you. Did not think about the motor. I show a small amount on outside of lugs. Mostly like salt air, everything starts to corrode here quick, half mile straight here from the beach.
It that case, I'd use some dielectric grease on all the low current connections also.
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