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Silicone Brake Lubricant | ACDelco

ACDelco Silicone Brake Lubricant is a compound containing specially selected premium silicone oils and thickened with high levels of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE). This brake lubricant combines the temperature, corrosion and water resistance typical of silicone compounds, with the outstanding lubrication properties of PTFE. These lubrication properties lower brake friction and slip-stick. ACDelco Silicone Brake Lubricant is compatible with most rubber and plastic compounds.


  • Formulated with PTFE for longer lubricant life and lower levels of friction
  • Lubrication properties reduce noise from brake vibration
  • Lubricant is compatible with most rubber and plastic compounds
  • 8 oz. Part No. 10-4019 88862182

Signs of Wear & Troubleshooting:

Grease-contaminated shoes or brake linings can give inconsistent performance. Brake parts that are not properly lubricated can be grabby. If you notice grease on the friction surface of the brake lining, it is possible that those linings will need to be replaced. If desired, try cleaning the brake lining with ACDelco Brake Parts Cleaner (10 percent VOC). Be careful using non-approved cleaners as they can further damage the brake linings.

Good Maintenance Practices:

Always make sure to use a specialty brake lubricant on your brake parts, such as ACDelco Silicone Brake Lubricant. Petroleum-based, or non-high-temperature lubricants for other automotive applications, may not be able to withstand the brake system’s high-temperature environment to supply necessary brake support.


Can ACDelco Silicone Brake Lubricant be used on all types of brake systems?

  • Yes, this product can be used on front, rear, drum or disc brake mechanisms.

Can I use ACDelco Silicone Brake Lubricant on all components of my brake system?

  • No, this product should only be used on the moving parts of the brake system. Do not contaminate brake shoes, pads, rotors or drums with this product.

Do I need to apply/reapply ACDelco Silicone Brake Lubricant on a regular basis?

  • Yes. Brake lubricant should be used more often on systems that undergo heavy use or in areas where the environment is very corrosive, for example, where road salt is heavily used. It is a good idea to inspect and lubricate brake parts at least once a year.
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