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Old 12-08-2012, 09:26 PM
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Spray down the engine's metal surfaces with silicone lubricant?

One of the steps for winterization is to use silicone lubricant to protect the metal surfaces.

Can anyone offer advice/instructions? Do you just spray everywhere or do you have to avoid getting it on wires, electronics and all the other stuff that the marine engine is basically wrapped in? Suggested brands? I would think you would not want to get any on the K&N air cleaner as it takes a particular oil.

Thanks in advance.
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