In replacing the discs on my YRV Premium I damaged one of the lower calliper slider bolt heads by persevering initially with a bi-hex socket when I could tell it had been massively overtightened by previous dealer attention.
So I bought a new bolt. The damaged slider bolt was covered with a clear lubricant.
Does anybody's workshop manual say what that lubricant is?
It cannot be mineral oil based or it will damage the 'rubber' dust seal on the bolt. From internet research it also shouldn't be copper slip. Rubber grease was suggested as it's high temperature, but it's not rubber that's to be lubricated. CV joint grease was also suggested as that's high temperature and doesn't attack the 'rubber' boot.
To give me confidence I need a product that says on the tin "specially formulated to lubricate the calliper slider pins on the Daihatsu YRV". I suspect I may not find such a product especially in small quantities.
Any professional guidance out there?