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1998 durango won't start if it's rainy

If it's rained car will turn over but won't start. I have replaced wires, cap and rotor. Let it sit and as soon as everything dries out it will start right up.

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Have had a similar problem with our 98 pickup . ended up being the wireing in the dash and fuse panel getting corroded from moisture a real pain to fix

Good Luck
Mike

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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