1x10 Ft. Silicone Repair Tape-Black
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Dorman - Help 1x10 Ft. Silicone Repair Tape-Black

Part No. 25327 Warranty Details  
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We offer a comprehensive line of Multi-Purpose Tape for a range of applications. Many styles are available to resist heat, cold, and moisture, including double-sided and waterproof.

Product Features:
  • Keeps out moisture and dust, creating a resilient seal
  • Constructed of high-quality materials for lasting durability
  • Also suitable for diverse household, commercial and industrial uses
  • Available in a variety of sizes and colors
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Length:120 in
Width:1 in


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Dorman - Help1x10 Ft. Silicone Repair Tape-Black

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(11 of 15 customers found this review helpful)


HELP is an understatement!


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  • Easy To Install
  • High heat resistance
  • High tensile strength
  • Lightweight
  • No gummy residue
  • Waterproof


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      Comments about Dorman - Help 1x10 Ft. Silicone Repair Tape-Black:

      After experiencing melted insulation in my van's fuel rail wire harness, I sought a insulator that would perform despite the engine compartment's high heat and provide a durable water tight outer wrap. The silicone ribbon (its not really a tape as I know it as there's no glue like substrate and the ribbon will only adhere to itself) seemed ideal for this job. After cleaning up the old overheated wire insulation, I was able to easily wrap the tape in overlapping winds and found that with only a moderate amount of stretch the tape would quickly and persistently cling to itelf, establishing a suitable insulator around the copper wires. Adding an additional series of wraps around the the length of the entire harness helped to further seal the wires against the elements and left me with a much neater looking harness. All ten individual, previously shorted lines passed my continuity test and after reinstallation, the van runs a, ok. Thanks to this tape and about an hour of work, I realized a savings of over $200 vs. the cost of a replacement harness and believe I've reinstalled a more heat resistant and durable product than the original design. The only minor issue is that you must be diligent to avoid having the ribbon accidentally cross itself as, once two pieces of ribbon are in contact, you'll not be able to seperate them. To reduce the chance of a foul-up, simply expose only a small sections of ribbon while maintaining a taught ribbon while applying the ribbon. After my experience, I'll be keeping a roll of this ribbon and a small pair of scissors in my glovebox as I can envision a number of potential field uses for this product.

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      • Q:

        Could this be used to patch a leak in the area right where the gas goes in on a 2001 Nissan Pathfinder?
        Asked on 6/17/2015 by mark

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          I'm glad to assist you, Mark! This Dorman Silicone Repair Tape - Part No. 25327 should not be used in areas that have fuel.

          Answered on 6/18/2015 by Solomon
      • Q:

        What kind of temperature range can this be used on? Will it melt if it touches an exhaust component?

        I was wondering if this would make a good padding layer to put in between a metal flange repair kit and the pipe itself for vibration dampening.
        Asked on 10/22/2014 by Artie from Boston, MA

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          Hi Artie, it's a good question! This has a maximum temperature of 356 F. It will melt if used on exhaust components.

          Answered on 10/27/2014 by Solomon
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