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Whenever it rains, my 1999 gmc savana won't start until it dries up. Someone mentioned this is a coil pack problem and that I should put di-electric grease on the contacts??? is this correct and if so, where is the ignition coil located? Thank you for the help.

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Try testing cam/crank position sensors these like to fail in rain

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