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Doesn't want to start after nighttime rain.

After it does start, no more problems rest of day.

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  • gramplifier Mar 08, 2009

    Had the exact same problem. It is 90% likely the spark plug wires, specifically the one from the coil to the distributor cap. I had same symptom. That one wire goes through more heat (+ fulltime electrical current) than the indiv spark plug wires, and wears faster. The moisture increases the resistance, which is often a greater issue at start-up than while running. My coil wire was burned through when I checked it; replacing that one wire fixed everything.

  • satintrouser May 11, 2010

    try to clean andmake sure that the connections to the choke control are tight and clean , clean the rotor under the cap maybe weak spark?

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Replace the wire between the coil and distributor (part of a spark plug wire set). It is just about worn through. I give this a 95% probability that it's the problem.

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Change the battary

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