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Old 09-04-2008, 08:10 AM   #1
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It's getting pretty hard to disconnect the 6 pin connector on the toad when I unhitch. I think I need some sort of lube on it, but not sure what kind. Suggestions?

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It's getting pretty hard to disconnect the 6 pin connector on the toad when I unhitch. I think I need some sort of lube on it, but not sure what kind. Suggestions?

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Generally a sicilone spray or lubricant will work fine. Use just enough to provide the lubrication you need.

You can alos us one of the electrical corrioion resistant greases.

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If it's the metal contacts you want to lubricate try this product: Product It lubricates as well as stops corrosion.
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