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Non-hardening or hard-setting gasket sealant on solenoid gasket

I am replacing my transmission shift solenoid on my 2002 Dodge Neon SE 4 CYL. Should I use hard-setting gasket sealant or non-hardening gasket sealant on the solenoid gasket for installation?

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I would use the gasket from the dealer which has a silicon bead already on the gasket.

I've had very good results with the dealer's gasket vs. felpro for instance, which requires a non-hardening gasket sealant like blue rtv.

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