Question about Cars & Trucks
Posted by Anonymous on
Most likely the plug wires or if you have coil on plug, check the connections to each coil. change the spark plug wires or apply dielectric compound to the inside of each connector. dielectric compound displaces moisture and is a couple of dollars for a small tube or about $6 for a large tube. you can check the condition of the wires and coil or the coil on plug by spraying a light mist of water on the components when the car is dry and running right. if the car starts stumbling when the faulty component is sprayed, you've probably found the problem.
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