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Drove my car through a puddle and now it wont start

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Coil packs are soaked and need to be dried out.

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Posted on Jul 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Hit big puddle, drove home now won't start.

Either there is condensation in your distributor cap or you have got water in the plug holes. Remove the plug leads and using a cloth clear the lose water, a hair dryer will evaporate the rest. If it is in the distributo cap, take it off by removing the screws or clips and dry it out, as well as the inside of the distributor. Spray it with silicone oil to keep it water proof.

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SOURCE: Drove through a water puddle and the engine

Dodge Intrepids have a water pump that is driven by the timing chain. Kind of bad design because when it leaks a lot must be replaced.

If it is trying to turn over but won't, then something could have seized up.

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

Posted on Jul 05, 2010

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SOURCE: Drove through puddles, and now

I would check your distributor cap and rotor button. It could have a small crack which let water inside when you drove through the puddles.

Posted on May 10, 2011

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