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Oil Cooler Seals?

Should the green engine oil cooler seals be installed dry or with Curil-T or other sealant??
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Old 10-28-2004, 06:53 PM
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Dry is probably OK, but I always put high temp grease (the white stuff) litely on those seals and the oil return tube seals.

Never had a leak/problem.

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A little grease on them helps them stay in place during assembly.
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I would use the Dow Corning high temp stuff.
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I used Silicone grease (not seal) to hold mine in place.
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