My car runs fine when it's dry out...but when i try and start it when it rains or snows..it wont start. i know i need to replace the water pump and the belt but i've been told thats not what would be causing it to not start when it's wet.
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well, rain and snow is water, so it could be water is getting into something preventing the car from starting. maybe you have loose wires under your wiper grill at the bottom of your windscreen and the rain is shorting the electrics out, or even your doors could be letting rain inside shorting the electrics as your speakers terminals are not really protected with anything just a plastic clip. and of course electric mirrors if you have them? common sence says to me you have a leak somewhere by you saying when it rains or snows. check all the roof, sun roof, door paneling, under the bonnet, boot door, all the elctrics you can get access to, and look for wet patches or puddles, if you see any near any buttons, wires etc you can be sure your electrics are shorting out. dont know if it helps but hope its somewhat helpful to you
well i would start looking at a spark problem coils, wires try by spraying a mist of water over the wires and coils with the engine running you will soon find out if thats your problem you will see sparks jumping and or the engine will start missing.
it sounds like the computer is getting wet; on a clear dry day, wash the car and check for any leaks up around the windshield before drying it off especially if the water coming in on the passenger side behind the glove box because that is where your computer is located