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1989 Toyota Camry LE won't start after upper radiator hose blew

Replaced it after the upper radiator hose blew.

Now it won't start. The engine was all wet.

2nd day waited for things to dry: still won't start.

Something may have shorted? Wire harness nearby may be affected?

Any ideas are appreciated. Thanks. jb

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    upper and lower radiator hose

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You might want to try drying out the distributor cap and the rotor.they get water in them and they wont start.

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