Question about Dodge Intrepid
Sounds like water on the plug leads/ht leads or coil or distributor or all 3,thats if its a petrol,if the engine is warm it will probably dry out on its own.I not take the distributor cap of and remove any water with a rag,put the cap back on and wipe any water you can see on any wires and try to fire her up.To help prevent this happening in future you could spray all electrics with WD 40 or some other water dispersing lubricant.Good luck.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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